Ed Huffman is an Expert Metal Detectorist with years of experience and extensive training with Metal Detectors. Ed has gained years of experience and knowledge while hunting for artifacts/relics by learning effective researching and hunting methods from his own hunts, experts and Archaeologists. Ed also has a Bachelors of Science Degree from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga and is currently working on his Masters Degree in Archaeology from the University of Leicester in England. He has researched and recovered artifacts/relics throughout the United States and hopes to recover artifacts throughout the world someday! The majority of his recovered artifacts/relics he has in his personal collection or has donated to Museums, Private Collectors and Businesses.
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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!
My Adventure In King and Queen County Virginia
My Adventure in the King and Queen County vicinity of Virginia began with an invitation to an Open Metal Detecting Hunt taking place in that county. I thought to myself what a great opportunity to dig some Colonial Artifacts and possibly some Civil War Artifacts.
New Video from Treasure Mountain Metal Detectors featuring the Minelab CTX 3030 Metal Detector! Reviews of the Minelab CTX 3030 Metal Detector by Brandon Neice aka Dr Tones, Louis Swidowski aka Westmoreland Detecting, Eric Magnuson aka Dirt Digler and Gary Drayton!
My adventure in the Lowcountry of South Carolina began with an invitation to attend the American Digger Magazine Lowcountry Civil War Show. Knowing the Civil War Show was Saturday, I thought what a perfect opportunity to visit one of my good friends who lives in that area! Just a little information about my friend… Historian, Explorer, Adventurer and Treasure Hunter!
My adventure at the Cowpens National Battlefield began when I was contacted by a colleague telling me the national park service Archaeologists needed some highly skilled metal detectorists to work with them on a revolutionary war project. So, I thought …. Hmmm…. metal detecting, Archaeologists, Artifacts and Revolutionary War …. Awesome that is right up my alley, I'm in! For those who do not know I'm going to give a brief history lesson of the Battle of Cowpens.