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Here is another Great Metal Detector from 33 years ago.

Schematic Drawn out by famous "Mr. W. Lahr" in February 1987.

The Minelab Goldseekers 15000 !!!

Cool Memories .

Best Regards to Everyone and Please Stay Safe !!!

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