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The awesome, responsible and healthy hobby of metal detecting in the beautiful Bluegrass State.
My new favorite knee pads for metal detecting (a review of three types) $29
Camp Geo. H. Thomas Medal - 1898
5" Skeleton Key dug in Lexington, KY
love both of your detecting boards...
Using technology to focus metal detecting efforts - tutorial to Maprika
Found part of an 1880s Quack Medical Device. A Galvanic Battery.
1910 V-Nickle from Farmhouse
Indian Pocketspill in Paris
Standing Liberty Sees the Light Of Day in Bourbon County
A 9-silver, 2-trifecta metal detecting day.
Swollen Mercury Dime
Grand Army of the Republic Button
1835 Large Cent - Paris KY
Sterling pendant - Dug in Lexington KY
1909 Canadian Large Cent - Lexington
1838 Large Cent - Chevy Chase - Lexington
School Lunch Penny - Lexington
Tech History Unearthed - Nicholasville
Chevy Chase Dimes - Lexington
Finds - Ashland Park - Lexington
1838 Half Dime - Lexington
Military General issue button - Lexington
Fayette Bank Deposit Token
Isle of Man Emblem by Scott Clark, via Flickr