Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by The lost coin, Sep 19, 2021.
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We have a few detectorists here,
paging @paddyman98 @galba68 (who actually digs up ancient coins quite often)
Just learn the swing. Keep the coil parallel to the ground, and twist with the torso rather than the wrist. I hate seeing people do it the wrong way, because at that point youre just checking like 6 inches in front of you.
@The lost coin . It depends where you live Sir. I live in New England and have hunted Fields,rock walls and old Cellar Holes . It all depends on your history of the town you live in .
I haven't had good luck with mine but they are bound to have things, especially before modern irrigation systems and reservoirs were available.
The river once was the source of water, the marketplace, and more. So I'd try that out.
Old Parks, Fields, Homes -outside of course .
Show you won't believe how much I have found just a short walk the people are to lazy just to walk 10ft in up to knee deep water to get it back.
@Lawtoad said. I also agree about doing Research and getting PERMISSION first off . Here the State forest is Legal but Gov't land isn't . Beaches usually before and just after Beach goers leave .
@The lost coin
Old parks going back to the 1800's..
I'm in NYC. No ancients in the states though.
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