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Amateur metal detectorist unearths ring from 1834

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"Amateur metal detectorist unearths an 18-carat gold ring from 1834 on a beach in Sussex and uses Facebook to unravel the tale of its owner who had it made to remember his beloved wife"

Well done Geoff Smith... :g38: Pete note the better heading... :g58: :g50:

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Yep - but still calling us AMATEUR - :g26:

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Obby wrote:Yep - but still calling us AMATEUR - :g26:
I see your point Obby but i would rather be a amateur than branded a treasure hunter.. :g58:
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Well done that man. :g38:

Its the way to go and brings credit to our hobby. :g58: :g50:

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Yes what a great story :g58: :g50:

I suppose we are all amateurs Obby :g43: Do we know of any professional detectorists out there :g7:
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I think some of our membership would qualify as Pros - but lets all remain unpaid Amateurs :g42: :g42: :g42:

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Obby wrote:I think some of our membership would qualify as Pros - but lets all remain unpaid Amateurs :g42: :g42: :g42:

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