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I got this message a couple of days ago from Jonah M.
Jonah said, I went out last night to a beach that I've found really good treasure on with no ties to our 1715 beaches. And this is what I found . We find a lot of China and all sorts of pottery on our wrecks but this piece looks older I could be wrong ,but after a light cleaning this is as good as I could get it. It's about 4 inches tall with no marks on the bottom. Please feel free thoughts on age.
Let me know what you think about the age of the pot.
Context is often one of the better indicators of the age or source of an object.
Remember, when beach conditions aren't right for one type of material, it might be a good time for other types of material. I've said that in the past, but not recently.
Michael E. has been putting in a lot of field work. That is one of the biggest determinants of finds. If you want to find a lot, you have to put in the time.
... still land hunting for me to begin the new year. Last 2 hunts have resulted in many items, and some nice coins. 1943 half dollar, 1891 v nickel, 1870 centimos, 1918 buffalo, all first for me, which most things still are. Still have a gift for you in my truck, hope to catch up one day. This is my gold from 2014, less 3 pieces found after this photo. I dedicated to swing hard, Long and often in 2014, really to see what could happen. My goal overal was 100 rings and 10k pennies. Only made 5.6k pennies but dug over 10k individual pieces of clad. With minimal time at local parks. Didn't think I would reach the ring goal, but amid a few other hunters at my usual beach on December 31, I recovered #100, 18k band...
Below are some of Michael's recent old coin finds.
|Coins Found by Michael E.|
Photos by Michael E.
Did you hear about the dog that swallowed an expensive diamond ring and wedding band?
Here is the link to a video on that.
I got word of some reale finds from a couple of days ago.
Looks like the Treasure Coast will get something like a three or four foot surf for a few days. The wind won't be out of the North until Tuesday.
I'll put my beach detecting conditions rating back down to a 1.
That is all for today.