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July 30, 2011

Latest “metal Detecting” auctions

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July 27, 2011

Florida Shipwrecks – Florida Treasures Hunting

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Florida Shipwrecks – Florida Treasures Hunting

Treasure hunting operations, becoming a profitable business to compete in very many in the modern era Was the discovery of many ships wrecked each other in shallow water Easy access of the process of discovery has been made a lot of divers and many discoveries to find the treasures of enormous I told a lot of stories about the treasures that they contain water, Florida, where this was the state with a history of maritime transport is very important, and from this stories:

The Emanuel Wreck 1559

This was the first attempt by Europeans to colonize Florida The ships were anchored in the Gulf, where the hurricane hit and destroyed the ship before they can be discharged. The shipwreck site discovered in 1922 by a team from the Florida Office of the archaeological research and discovered more than 3000 relics and the remains of plants and animals have been under studied.

The Tierra Firme-The Atocha -The Santa Margarita 1622

The fleet set sail from the Terra Firm heading from South America to Spain The fleet of 27 trucks estimated 250 colored people, including gold, silver, emeralds and pearls was snaked two ships and 380 people died in 1985, found tons of treasures of gold pieces shown in the exhibition’s main search

The Henrietta Marie 1701

It is the vessel for the shipment of African slaves in Jamaica to work in sugar cane plantations. Ship was discovered in 1972 by accident while searching for Arica was the vessel loaded with ivory from Africa.

The Urca de Lima 1715

It is a ship designed to go in the water so shallow to can shipping This ship used in trade it was carrying a cow leather, incense, vanilla. The ship sank off the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and sank with more than 15$ million of treasures to the bottom of the ocean. Spain was able to recover about 4 $ million and remained the rest of the treasure of more than 250 years in the bottom.

The Nuestra Espana Fleet-The San Pedro 1733

This fleet consists of 3 armed vessels and 18 merchant ship full of leather, spices and precious jewelry, silver and gold. This ship was based in Florida during the hurricane the remainder of the fleet was scattered over 80 km away. The painted sites of wrecks on the official map and the rescue operation continued for several years, archaeologists have studied the wreckage of the fleet of 13 ships and the sunken fleet is open to divers.

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July 26, 2011

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It’s the excitement and thrill of finding treasures that makes metal detecting such a great hobby. If you have not had much luck and only found a few coins and trash the chances are that you will store the metal detector in the closet and will stay there for a long time. So what can you do to prevent that from happening?

I almost want to say lower your expectations, just be prepared to find and take home a lot of trash! There is no other way, if you don’t go through everything you won’t find anything. Yes you will end up throwing away 60 – 80% of what you brought home. But what you find depends on much more than just your metal detector. It depends on how much you know of metal detecting itself, the tricks of the trade if you will, and of course where you go to find your treasures.  Don’t expect to find a musket round on the beach.

The more effort you put into finding great treasures, the more you will be likely to find. Do your research. Research places and relics in your area, or close by. The internet is full of information and the local library will be one of the most valuable resources of information of your area. Look up websites to find ideas for new places to go hunting. But where ever you go, you want to know the history of where you are going to know what to expect and where the best place to find it would be. Type in “History of …” in any search engine and you are bound to get tons of results for any area you might be thinking of going. It’s also good to know the history for when you find something of value, you might be able to put a date to your treasure, or just to know more about what you found.

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If researching is not for you, you can always join a metal detecting club. Metal detecting clubs does the research of historical sites and areas for you along with organization with the owners of the properties, the legal aspects of things and host treasure hunts that you can join. Clubs also gives you the chance to meet and talk to people who can give you valuable advice and can become new friends. You just need to pack your gear and show up.

Never overlook or count a site out that you think has been overhunted. You can go back and detect the site over and over again after big rain storms. When the ground is soaked, the wet ground is more conductive and you might find deeper treasures. After hard winters the ground shifts after it thaws, making it possible to reveal new treasures which weren’t there last year. Doing so gives you a better chance to find more lost and /or valuable treasures.

Just to recap: Metal detecting takes more skill than just following the beeping sound of a metal detector, do your research, join a club, enjoy the adventure and learn how to find those really valuable treasures.

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Discovering Metal Detecting on a Thailand Beach

Hunting for pirates’ hidden gold and silver in the golden sands of a palm-fringed, exotic tropical island was the daydream of many of us when we were school kids. Unfortunately it is a fantasy that almost nobody can ever fulfill.
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Metal Detecting Secrets Revealed: All You Need To Know About Metal Detecting

Exploring Private Properties

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The Detectorist’s Garden

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Footwork in the Field

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Metal detecting for beginners
Metal Detecting Ethics
The History of Metal Detection
Old yet good stores that sell metal detectors
Finding the Right Metal Detector Dealer
How to Find the Best Cheap Metal Detector
How to Buy a Metal Detector the Easy Way
Simple Tips to Build the Best Metal Detecting Equipment Kit
Supplies used in metal detecting
Tidbits on metal detecting
Metal d

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