Paydirt Home Locations Permit Map Equipment Permit Services Gold Price Old Forum Archive

Gold and a battle axe from the beach


#1

gday all,after a quite spell tides coming right some sand movement scored a 18ct 3.3g band and a cool 925 axe pendant must be some kind of game memorabilia,nice find well pleased,great tides this week.


#2

must mention the rind is hallmarked AROO something tells me its an aussie ring.


#3

Great finds. You get many sinkers or spendables?


#4

that axe belongs to thor


#5

Sure it’s not ARCO?

Nice finds though! I should get out of the bush and onto the sand more often. Gold is so much more appealing than manky pennies…

Kate


#6

loads of sinkers not too many coins most of the spendies get hoovered up pretty quick


#7

Snap!! Found this the other week under a flying fox


#8


#9

looks like gold nice work


#10

Cool, will be my first, wondering if the 28.44 figure is weight


#11


#12

14k nice about 25 bucks per gram


#13

Cheers Roy, Thor can’t have that back then👍🏻


#14

check the id numbers on your detector make sure its not plated if it is it may be on some alloy will be high numbers


#15

54, in that gold range


#16

My old wedding band 57, can’t see marks on inside as it’s crushed flat, bit of a rough ending to the marriage lol


#17

thats gold my son.if you sell it on ebay you can expect to get about double the spot price that 25 dollars is aus dollar


#18

It’s going to be the start of my hoard :crown:


#19

just had a look at 14k scrap price its 27.39 aus dollars


#20

you now know what id numbers pay the most, smaller rings will show smaller numbers maybe in the 40s on your machine