Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Wilddavy, Dec 2, 2019.
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Very nice find! I am dying to get a detector! It is on my Christmas list!
about cost me a diorvce lol man I love it I got the prizm 5. Smart mode 950. I love it got a water proof head.
What would you recommend for a budget detector?
I bought mine at pawn shop for 250. Only one I ever had it's easy to use and I like the smart mode.
Shot in the dark and a lucky find. Keep looking, but the chances of a 'hoard' are practically nil.
You never know may be I get to retire soon LMAO
Just got one for my nephew for Christmas. Cheap but good for starters.
Less than $300.00
Don't purchase any detector less than $200.00
And in time you can turn in your treasures and get what I have.. Minelab CTX 3030
Not with that head style. Looks like 1833 N-1.
Yeah, I do not know anything about those large cents, I am a liberty cap draped bust guy. Thanks for the info!
Cleaned for hours last night
All under ground.
It's silver-plated, which is nice. And it doesn't appear to be bent so it should clean up well and be able to play.
This is a one-piece instrument, meaning that the quality and value are generally going to be at the lower end. Expect $150 for a typical example in restored condition, with original case.
As-is, you can probably get $30-$50 for it.
Post a close-up picture of the bottom bell portion. Most metal clarinets are not worth too much, except for certain brands (Bettony, Selmer, King) that could be worth considerably more. Metal clarinets generally are only marked on the bell only.
I repair clarinets for a living; PM me if you want me to take a closer look, appraise, or restore the clarinet for you.
How does one go about losing something like that!
Honestly, that's pretty wild. But then again, I guess we all have that one expensive thing that we've lost long ago..
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