A Number of Tips on Finding Coins With a Metal Detector
By J C Christian

For many metal detecting for coins can be a very profitable hobby and hopefully the tips on finding coins that we provide below will help you to not only find more but also better coins as well.

1. Searching Previously Metal Detected Areas

Although these types of areas can prove very challenging and there may be finds few and far between there will always be something good left behind. Below are some tips for searching these types of sites.

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Advanced Coin and Treasure Hunting Tips Finding New Locations to Treasure Hunt
By J C Christian

There will always be new and profitable locations in which you can metal detect, you do not always have to go back to the same locations time and time again. If you use some imagination there are a lot of places that you can metal detect that you may have not thought of in the first place.

There are is lot of treasure, relic, and coins that have been just a lying around for centuries waiting for you to come find them. Think about what is going on in the area that you live in there possibly could have been civil wars, festivals, and anything you can possibly think of where large gathering of people come together. When people come together people tend to Read more



Metal Detecting – Coin Hunting or Coin Shooting Hot Spots
By Robert Benjamin

Coin Hunting or ‘Coin Shooting’ as it’s often called, is not only very fun to do, but it can easily be very profitable. Finding just one gold piece or any rare coin can easily pay for the cost of the metal detector. When it comes to Coin Hunting or ‘Coin Shooting’, there are some places that I call ‘hot spots’, or the best places.

Riverbanks – Ponds – Lakes – Swimming Holes: These locations are true treasure hunting top spots. The Riverbank is a huge area that can provide a lifetime of detecting. River banks were used as ferry crossings, and some had covered bridges with toll stations. The local old timers may be able to tell you where the local fishing and old swimming spots were. Remember many of the old fishing spots were also drinking and partying spots, and at the swimming holes a lot of people took off their outer clothes, losing change as they did. And going back even earlier in the years, folks would take their clothes to the riverbanks to wash them in the water. The same goes for old farm ponds, Read more

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