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1. include at least 2 photos of the item, both sides of a coin, or two angles of other items.
2. Include a ruler or other form of scale that clearly displays the scale in cm or inches. A coin or written dimensions is not acceptable.
Further information will also help, full guidance is below:
H - Have at least two good sized clear photos.
A - About your detecting day, type of land, depth found.
M - Measure items by doing the pics next to a scale or ruler.
M - Machine used and settings are interesting to other users.
Y - You will always get a better ID if you supply more information.
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Half an hour later I was down there and set up - running ahead of the rain forecast for this morning.
Anyway, this was one of those moments you couldn't make up - switched on the Deus, swung it down to my right - and there it was, a hammy on the surface, first signal, hadn't even taken a step. Unbelievable. I could have just gone home there and then, a hammy within 2 seconds. Glad I didn't though as a curious ring also popped up within ten minutes (it's on another ID request or will be imminently).
Found with a Deus on Ultimate at 25 k frequency (desperate attempt to escape EMI from the welder in the workshop). Lying on the surface. I think I spy a quatrefoil on the reverse but beyond that I'm a bit stumped. Scale is in mm, it's 14mm across.