Metal detecting – CRAZY Live! My Best find U.K -ROMAN GOLD coin, with XP DEUS-music by Synaulia

31 thoughts on “Metal detecting – CRAZY Live! My Best find U.K -ROMAN GOLD coin, with XP DEUS-music by Synaulia

  1. Nice one… likely part of a hoard, so dig out a foot around the find spot. Gold wasnt pocket change, it was a store of wealth.

  2. Thats not shallow at all. knowing your trees and ageing is good knowledge. found signs of early masonry, trees are not that old you can tell by the size and way they have grown with many saps leeching still, moss roots and tree roots act as nets not much deposited on top.The UK was once entirely woodland and glens and the placements of settlements has been changed numerous times. people always think worked land fields and beaches. Throughout history the woods and forrests were peoples go too for hiding, running, work, crime, battles, raids, robberies, pocket spill, ambushes, bandit hideouts , places to bury and conceal things you dont want in the home or on your persons and all of this has happened right up until early 18th century when banks and vaults became widely avaliable. 2000 years of people losing forgetting and burying things, weve only really been metal detecting properly for a few decades…there is mountains to find all over the place in the UK from all eras even pre roman is possible. Good use of knowledge and a great find.

  3. one of those coins sold for nearly £10k a few years back https://www.coinarchives.com/7d1b3a699bbd372110b4eed9804c4bbf/img/nac/101/image00222.jpg

  4. I have a Garrett Sea Hunter Mark II metal detector and it's a great machine very powerful awesome machine and I have a 10×14 search coil that can get deeper hits in the ground the UK and Italy is a great place to try to find some good stuff so I recommend getting a Garrett Sea Hunter Mark II metal detector

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