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Gavino42
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Hi from a new member into metal detecting

Post by Gavino42 » 20 Oct 2019, 16:08

I've joined up due to an old post from someone looking for information about their family history.

I am a metal detectorist in my spare time, and I found an item which would have belonged to one of their ancestors.

Hopefully I will be able to send it on to them if they get my message.

Going forward, if anyone has any land they would like me to have a go at detecting on, feel free to message me!

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Re: Hi from a new member into metal detecting

Post by Wendyf » 20 Oct 2019, 20:21

Welcome to the site Gavin. An interesting find!

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Re: Hi from a new member into metal detecting

Post by PanBiker » 20 Oct 2019, 21:17

Hi Gavin, welcome to the site. I have detector as well but don't go out very often.
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Re: Hi from a new member into metal detecting

Post by Stanley » 21 Oct 2019, 02:12

Welcome Gavin. Label almost certainly off a 17 gallon railway kit.
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Re: Hi from a new member into metal detecting

Post by chinatyke » 21 Oct 2019, 02:48

Welcome Gavin. An interesting hobby that I've always wanted to try but I can't do it where I live now. Childhood dreams of finding a Roman coin, not anything valuable but part of the history of Colne. Enjoy your detecting!

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