Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by galba68, May 9, 2021.
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Where are you finding early bronze, metal detecting? I usually hear of late copper and nickel, lol.
Nebraska, Kansas area - some in Western Iowa. Just gotta look hard!
@galba68 is a good dude. I'm new to all this, and he contacted me privately, explaining that while he does metal detect, he finds the ancients the old fashioned way, with his eyes, and in Serbia! Thanks again.
Hi Mat..It is made of stone,it lay on the surface, so that it was easy to see it..
Eyes-only tehnique I only use in the fields after the rain, looking for flint scrapers, flint arrowheads, stone axe hammers, etc..
Nice grinding stone from last month..8x8 cm..
I love 'NEBRASKA' album by Bruce Springsteen..!!!
LOL. Me too! Someday in my travels, I might just come visit your fields and watch your magic!
As always, I really enjoy your finds and your posts... good luck finding more.
@galba68, I presume you meant it's a Bronze Age grinding stone --um, right?
Thats right..Now I just see I made mistake and didn't write word AGE..Sorry guys, my mistake..!!!
Sorry Mat, my mistake!
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