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« on: August 13, 2022, 09:48:01 am »
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Hi I made my homework after reading popular books of the '70 like the "karl von muller's" ones..
I found those books very enlightening on find treasure "leads" and doing some research I found some spot that will be good to search.

unfortunately most of them are on private or state property due to the great expansion of cities (here in europe) so I'm little discouraged...

how do you eventually manage this case ?

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On private property, go ask permission.  The worst the owner can do is say "NO!"  State property would depend on the current laws on the books concerning metal detecting within that jurisdiction.    Good Luck!

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