Walk Through History – 74 kHz High Frequency Metal Detecting On A FieldArticles
My assistant is checking out the field. (I made this hunt when I bought the elliptical coil) I will detect this field with 74 kHz frequency. My setting. First find. Whatever it is, it’s partially made of plastic. I don’t like this signal. That’s coke. Part of a “golden” bottle screw cap. The “hair” at the bottom of the screen is my mic wind protection. I apologize for it. A small piece of aluminum. At least this part of the field has been disappointing so far… A tiny piece of foil. What’s this? It’s a porcelain figurine! Maybe I should have censored it. What a shame, it’s broken… GPS (POI) #1 Trash… A coin? No, it was a round stone. Probably a spoon handle. Where is it… Hmm, part of a Roman coin? GPS (POI) #2 I’m using the same method as in my last video. Foil and distilled water / baking soda solution. I was hopping, it would soften the crust… Probably a bullet. Look, footprints. Not mine. I’ll better change the path. I think, that’s a silver coin, or what’s left of it. “Heller” (1250-1300?) The one with the “hand”. I will show you pictures at the end. Nothing… I don’t like this signal. Iron. I forgot what this is. A 1800’s shell casing. I take this signal. Let me adjust my setting. I will increase (tone-)DISC from “3”… …to “6” for a moment. “1 Pfennig” coin (1950). Foil. That’s a horse! He is looking to the side… That’s a button. What is it? A coin? I think, it was supposed to be #6 and not 5. Oh no, I placed my hand on an ant’s nest. They are everywhere. …burying their small heads in fabric… I had to pick them one by one very carefully, which took time… Finally… A tiny piece of “something”. This is going nowhere… I have to change spots… Let’s check out the area to my left. I didn’t like the signal for some reason. Hmm… That’s foil. I think, I should go back to a different part of my previous field. Foil. Foil again. I don’t like the sound. The (strange) audio of my pinpointer indicates an empty battery. It’s a Roman coin. Of course covered with a crust… Probably just a broken “piece of metal”. It’s a coin. The weight suggests aluminum. “50 Pfennig” (1921). Hmm… Just a piece of coke. I have a spare battery, but it’s in my backpack… Is this another Roman coin? I think this is “only” a button. Another “50 Pfennig” coin from the 1920’s. Nothing worth showing. A big piece of foil. Trash. It’s definitely “something”. Part of a candle holder? A bottle cap. I have to try a different setting. “3” tones, without my “G.B. 63” trick. Sounds still the same. One moment please… I think, I was changing the setting back. Foil. Coke. Eyeball find – a tile. I see something else… Right there. It’s a marble! That’s a nice find. One moment please. 🙂 A Roman microchip. Let’s hope he doesn’t make anything crazy… What could that be… Looks like a hinge. Hmm… A “knob”? That’s foil. This is my “last find” hand sign. Trash. It’s time to go. You can wait for the pictures if you like. The setting once again. I should have removed the waterproof case… …since it isn’t raining. I’m a little bit disappointed… …but that’s me. My assistant fell asleep. I think he finds fields boring. “1 Pfennig” coin. 1950. A tile. Probably a spoon/fork handle. “50 Pfennig” coin (aluminum) (1920’s). “50 Pfennig” coin (1921). Knob? Handle? I have no idea. Maybe a seal? I think, that’s a button. This must be one too. The “hinge”. The “candle holder”. Or maybe something else. A brooch? Plated… The marble. A Roman coin. The second Roman coin. Crust slightly removed. “Heller” silver coin (1200-1350?). The hand. The horse (made of lead). “Are you looking at me?” The porcelain figurine. Hole for an arm. “1800’s body type”? Trash… More trash… And treasure. Detecting time: 2h:25min
Written by Brian Rohrer
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