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« on: August 14, 2009, 08:59:56 am »
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early morning dig,,not a lot forest is well over grown this time of year,,,found these along the old path ways,,ca 2hours detecting,,,love the early worm,the old 1266 still works,,but as I said she has seen better days,dont know what the badge is but looks third reich,,no idea...thanks mikek

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« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2009, 09:04:58 am »
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Pretty cool find's thank's for sharing

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« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2009, 05:23:05 pm »
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Those are some very cool finds! Way to go! Cool

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« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2009, 06:44:15 pm »
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early morning dig,,not a lot forest is well over grown this time of year,,,found these along the old path ways,,ca 2hours detecting,,,love the early worm,the old 1266 still works,,but as I said she has seen better days,dont know what the badge is but looks third reich,,no idea...thanks mikek


Nice going! What drew you to that area? Is it a currently used area or one that has seen activity only many years ago?

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« Reply #4 on: August 14, 2009, 11:57:39 pm »
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still used,old paths every where,its a mixed woods pine oke,its east of munich place called grunwald,Its where the americans entered munich in 1945,some areas are littered with schrapnell where the germans blew up the old bridge to stop the yanks,also a roman road runs through here,I have found a few pices but not in good condition,I know a guy who found two gold roman coins not far from this area(no lie),,on the other side of the river there are bronze age graves,but under state protection they have never been opened,(do not dig any where near these),all in all its a large area you can walk for miles(days) along the river,also discoverd futher down in the woods WWII bunkers,still intakt,over all a very interesting area,stinks of history,,,,,mikek

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Fascinating information. I only wish Australia had such a long history of metal use. Ours goes back only to the very first settlers here which happened no more than 200 years ago. Even in 1900, there were fewer than 100,000 in Perth. It grew rapidly after gold was discovered in Western Australia. Perth, Albany, Augusta and Fremantle were the major port cities of that time and they grew rapidly. Since the 1950s, the old sites were either restored or removed for newer buildings covering much of the early areas completely. There are a few areas in the suburbs that have still got early occupied areas accessible but they are rare and in some cased protected.

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« Reply #6 on: August 15, 2009, 12:26:23 am »
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Nice finds!   Great

Wow, seems Australia is worse off than the upper Midwest as far as detecting relics. Not too much history out there. Bummer!

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Wow, seems Australia is worse off than the upper Midwest as far as detecting relics. Not too much history out there. Bummer!


Plenty of history just not with a lot of metal use. The Aboriginals have documented history that goes back 40,000 years but they never used metal until it was brought here. Even raw gold was considered useless. Imagine that? They were a people that believed the land provided them with life, which it did, and they needed no more from the earth than the food they ate.

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Ahhhh that's what I meant.....history involving metal use. Ever find any arrowheads there?

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yea you guys in the colonies,,ok you got your gold nuggets,love to some of that type of detecting,and the beaches,modern jewellery coins ect,,,come on Its not that bad Smiley,Its like I said to tabdog,any of you guys ever make it over here,I will take yous digging,got 3 detectors,,,,but only one spade

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