My Adventure in Williamsburg, Virginia
My adventure in Williamsburg, VA began with a text message from my brother-in-law (AJ Stone) showing me an 1864 US two cent piece, Union Civil War Eagle Infantry button, a handful of round musket balls and .58 caliber Minie balls! Oh yeah… Did I mention the text message said, “Hey Bro, I found all of this within about an hour!”. AJ is an extremely skilled researcher, active duty Naval Officer, explorer and Detectorist. This text message told me he was on a hot spot. You know, one of those virgin sites with historical significance that has never been detected. Within a week I was expedition planning and on a flight to Newport News, VA!
Welcome to the July newsletter from XP metal Detectors. Featuring stories about the XP Deus Metal Detector, Amazing Finds made with the XP Deus and an article from Treasure Hunter Ed Huffman with Treasure Mountain Metal Detectors!
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Just How important is the Audio Response setting on the XP Deus Metal Detector? Here at Team XP Deus USA we can assure you that if you do not have a good understanding of this setting then your missing Good Targets! Our friend Gary Blackwell from XP Metal Detectors wrote a great article explaing the importance of Audio Response!
Hello My Fellow Treasure Hunters! Just wanted to post a pic of my 1773 Virginia Halfpenny in the latest issue of American Digger Magazine!
Check Out the History Seekers and Join well known relic hunter Heath Jones and his digging partner Scott Duncan on the quest to uncover hidden history!
Hello My Fellow Treasure Hunters! We have a new Featured Treasure Hunter! I would like to introduce to you my friend and International Treasure Hunter Mike Silver from France!
Hello My Fellow Treasure Hunters! It's been awhile but we have another Featured Treasure Hunter! I would like to introduce world renowned Metal Detectorist Jeff Truitt from Hickory, NC!
Just to let you know how rare this coin is… The Flying Eagle One Cent Graded in a High Quality condition could fetch up to $20,000.00! This one I’m not sure of the money value but I have no intentions of selling it anyways! This is a first time find for me and honestly probably will never find another one! So, this one will be going into the Treasure Mountain Museum for everyone to enjoy!