Metal detector finds

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Post by josef » 31 Jul 2004 15:27

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Post by josef » 31 Jul 2004 15:31

Just want to add these are NOT grave dug, but all recovered with a metal detector on my familys' property. I have more but God knows where they are!
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Post by josef » 31 Jul 2004 15:36

I've got some k98s but the pics have to be reduced. Look forward to seeing everyone elses! Take care :D

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Post by tomnl » 31 Jul 2004 19:02

Encore!!! :D Encore!!! 8O may i ask in what country did you find these wonderfull items?

Greetings

PS i went out on a searching trip today but all i found was a bunch of nasty mosquitos and 1 20mm head.

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Post by josef » 31 Jul 2004 19:12

Thanks very much, I found these over several years in the Czech and Slovak Republics. As you know it is more difficult than it looks. Lots more, but I don't have pics up yet. I traded some things as well over the years. Keep us appraised of your finds, I love the history!
Joe :D

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Post by PolAntek » 01 Aug 2004 07:27

josef wrote:more


That Radom P35 pistol was a nice find!

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Post by Sturmman » 01 Aug 2004 18:01

WOW THATS AMAZING, Josef, VERY nice, I Like the luger and the GAB's!

Best Regards Sebas :)

http://www.sbascollection.tk

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Post by 323F » 03 Aug 2004 23:29

Found at Zillebeke, about 500 m from Hill 60.
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Post by 323F » 03 Aug 2004 23:33

World War 1. The first and last gun are Mausser and found at the Westhoek, the middle is unknown but very old and rusty.
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Post by tomnl » 04 Aug 2004 15:37

Nice guns! but what are the items on the first pic? I will be posting some fragments i have found of an unknown WO2 airplane.

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Post by Sturmman » 04 Aug 2004 17:13

Tom I think those a pieches of granade rounds, srapnel!

Best Regards Sebas :)

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Re: Metal detector finds

Post by janise koestner » 12 Aug 2013 05:50

Really good recovery. Better than me. I found only several coins during the past two months. I found that metal detecting is far more difficult than I think. Any one got other metal detecting finds?

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