SWEET Looks like a real old spot.
Awesome digging, nice to hit those, probably undetected, spots for sure
great stuff they must be more where they come from
Actually i am a bit down, i went back next day before carrying on our trip and entire area was flooded.
Managed to get a 1943 nz shilling and some coins for the comp i will put up later.
Hope to get back there one day.
Got a loupe from the chinese shop.
And found some suitably shaped bronze bits to hammer the ring back into shape.
Hallmarked 9ct and then TCL? TGL? 7EL?
ZEI Manufacturer stamp for Rosy Blue, although they only seem to do diamond jewellery
look for a metal ring sizer,i think thats what they call them,tapered with a handle on it,a must have to straighten your rings.ebay about 10 bucks make sure its metal and not plastic
Something a bit like a mandrel?
thats the one i got an alloy one it came with a set of finger ring sizes as well.
Went for a Swing with 2 other detectorists today.
Got a new oldest coin 1872 Victoria penny in nice condition.
Thanks for inviting me along guys
Always love finding Victorian coins, good effort
1933 half crown. Local character rocked up and pointed me in the direction of a age old long drop.
May dig it out one day… once i lose any shred of dignity i have left…
nice big lump of silver
Some awesome finds there WD. Real nice silverware ya got too. Keep on swingin !
Had intended detecting another detectorists permission with their permission but the dog jumped in the car and refused to budge so went to beach instead so dog could chase kite surfer while i detected.
Found a few coins and my first NZ Civil war Enfield bullets.
Weather packed in shortly after.
Found Nothing despite the promising cut at the ramp but what great evening to be on the beach.
Wow what an awesome photo! Really shows the forever changing landscape of the sand surfer.
Morning swing at a park. 2 silver sixpences and a 1937 brittainia penny.
try digging those 5c signals you might well get a surprise.
The pony shoe is cool.