IMPORTANT - BEFORE CREATING A ID REQUEST, Please Follow the H.A.M.M.Y Code Below....
H - Have at least two good sized clear photos, this is Mandatory
A - About your detecting day, type of land, depth found.
M - Measure items by doing the pics next to a scale or ruler. this is Mandatory
M - Machine used? settings? interesting to other users.
Y - You will always get a better ID if you supply more information.
*PLEASE NOTE: Use of a modern coin or written dimensions no longer qualify as a "scale". We need a properly-defined measure - metric or good old-fashioned inches will do.
- Me and my boy
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Still loving it.
I wanted to find a flint arrowhead for years. My late old friend had found 47!!! He was a field walker and farmer but it didn’t happen for me until he passed. I used to show him my worked flints for his opinion and usually the reply would have been” it’s been worked” but this was his kind way of saying it’s nothing though
Then I find two nice ones in a matter of a few weeks.
Just goes to show it all comes around.
Hopefully you’ll all find one too. It’s very special when you do. But hey I’m a sad nerd who is made up with the basic things in life.
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I was on a dig Wednesday, at an area with lots of history. I didn't find much but one particular corner of the field was littered with fragments of flint! All the time I was walking around I had thoughts of your previous finds in my head haha.
I've found bits before, some possibly scrapers but I just want one arrow head or something I can identify with 100% certainty so I can feel happy.
Minelab Equinox 600
Garret Pro Pointer
8 milled silver, 2 Hammered, 1 Roman Denarius, 4 Roman Bronze, 2 Roman Brooches