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While walking through a field of English to a woman recently discovered a 15th century relic that experts believe was part of a gold pendant – only 4 inches below the surface of the earth. Experts say it probably had been in place for 500 years. It's so easy to miss something by mere inches, especially if you do not know what to listen and that is why a good quality metal detector is required in your search.

For more information about how to use new detector headphones and metal detector is best to join a club and it is sure to be one of your area. The older members of the club are more than willing to help new members Exit to detect with other club members is the best way to learn.

Countries like the UK and U.S. sites are ideal for relic hunting because of its history of civil wars, but some intensive research is required in advance to identify the best places to detect, so check your local library or ask some local people – who often know the history of your area.

And do not forget to go to private property without permission first. Most landowners do not mind at all as long as you ask first.

But why would a beautiful pendant, obviously belonging to miss a great lady in the middle of a field? Was walking with a lover and stood in the midst of entertaining dalhia? Or at a gallop in the heat of fox hunting and flew away his neck. Who knows, but whatever the reason would have been the one with my metal detector search of a treasure in the English countryside. Good Fortunately for her.

You can find other clubs, checking out this site – http://www.the-metal-detective.com/using-metal-detectors.html.

Noela Miller

http://www.the-metal-detective.com

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