Posts Tagged ‘metal detecting finds’

 
April 1  • 

Lexington Metal Detectorist Discovers Evidence of Romans in Kentucky

Roman Gold and Garnet disk- AD 200-400 was one of the first non-coin finds to be recovered. [UPDATE:  CNN says it might be around 5:40 Eastern...

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March 21  • 

Johnson School “Penny Lunch” Token – Aluminum – Lexington Kentucky (Fayette Co. Schools)

[click to zoom]This Johnson School "Penny Lunch" token (aluminum) was OVER 13" deep on private property on the North side of Lexington. It remains...

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February 13  • 

Rare Winchester (Kentucky) City Railway Company Token

Winchester Railway 1-Fare Token.....Sometimes a small artifact found in an old house really gives us a rare connection to local history. This very...

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December 4  • 

Short Highlight Reel from Metal Detecting Video Adventures in Kentucky

I had fun making this metal detecting higlights clip promo video for the Facebook page.   Have gained over 2100 followers for Metal Detecting in...

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October 27  • 

Metal Detecting Photography by Scott Clark for 2016

These are the images I've submitted to Whites Detecting for consideration in their calendar. No matter if they use them, I thought you might...

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November 26  • 

Coca-Cola Lucky Watch Fob with Swastika c1925

While detecting an old school house site in Central Kentucky, I found an object that I had researched before. I knew exactly what I had before I had...

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August 31  • 

Navy Petty Officer Button… in Kentucky?

Fun find near the location of a Union hospital in Central Kentucky was this Naval Petty Officer button from the union army.  I plan to offer it to...

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May 26  • 

Col. Edward Yellman’s Dog Tags Returned To Him

In 2012, I located Mr. Edward Yellman's dog tags laying side by side while metal detecting. I looked him up in an online database and then did some...

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June 9  • 

A Day at the Inn – Detecting the Site of a Stagecoach Inn in KY

This was the first hunt at a site that was supposedly a stagecoach inn between 1790 and 1850 in South-Central Kentucky.  It was well positioned...

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June 2  • 

Wiggs Chemical Token – 1930s – Pre-Nazi Swastika on “Lucky Coin” Coupon.

Token in-situ - just dug. Brass (c1931-1932) 2.6 cm diameter (1") - depth 4" - lawn The Swastika is one of the most powerful symbols on Earth,...

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