My best finds from my first year metal detecting

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The Hoover Boys : Great first year! Very nice variety of finds. Congrats!

Jeff S. : The toy soldier without legs, is that Lt. Dan?

Couch Collectibles : Awesome finds dude! I need to start detecting myself I live by some great spots. My house was built in 1890.

jayabhaen : your voice is really soothing to fall asleep to. could you make a video just reading a chapter of a book thatd be just amazing of you. ill subscribe if so.

hoborock007 : Good commentary... you knew a little something about every category It's fun to watch the video... must be a thrill to dig some of that stuff up I like the class ring.... someone lost that a long time ago.... probably wondered what happened to it for years.... there was a Stephen King movie Christopher Walken was in it... he had this power ...that when he touched something.... he could see the person who touched it last .......wouldn't that be cool...

Diggin Canada : Amazing Collection! This is a lot of great stuff for your first year of detecting! I love those military finds and cool toys (especially the train). Hopefully this year will be even better!

ProCali Adventures : A very well balanced year, great job, it can only get better. Good luck on 2017 and happy hunting.

spynlcolmn : I want to say, "Thank You" for showing us your finds WITHOUT a lot of profanity.  What a pleasure, my friend.  Ole  Johnny B.

Coins for Amateurs : Dude, that is an incredible first year of hunting! Thanks for sharing the year end wrap- even the clad count was impressive! Looking forward to 2017! HH

yerdigginit metal detecting : Incredible finds! I would've never guessed that you were a relative rookie, just at it over a year ...you're going to be dangerous, a force to be reckoned with once you get good at this. 😎

Mishelle Rauth : Really interesting collection! Great job sorting and identifying them 👍

DeepDiggerDuo : Holy Crap, you dug a TON of very cool stuff. Congrats on an excellent year!! Best of luck in 2017

M TMM : Someone did some history research b4 searching... Well done

Robert Blain : the 30-03 blanks could be very collectible, only made for 3 years or so. the 30-03(1903)replaced by the 30-06 (1906). nice job!!

Hana post : one of the earrings you found is exactly like my moms that she lost that’s crazy

Mobliz : If I get even half of that in a life of detecting I'd be happy. I hit 46 parks in 2017 and got 1 silver coin lol.

chuck smith : So wild to see other parts of the world and what they find. In the North east USA I get about 10 Indians heads a year and get some mid 1800's silver but not a a lot. A few large cents and the usual stuff. You have a lot more variety then we have hear. I am dancing if I find one old Colonial shoe buckle a year! and I dig a ton of trash. Good video!

olga colon : Great video my friend. Blessing 👍👍💖💖💖💖💖

Canadian Pastry Boy : One ring to rule them all...

Ray Suazo : Sell me that w ring let me know

David Austin : You found all that in the first year??

STU O' NEILL : 8 pence in British coinage, the person who lost that was from Yorkshire, they go back every year looking for it

Cass Yves : Wow, there is Indonesian 500 rupiah, that with Garuda logo, where u found it?

wzl87 : It was a while ago you posted this video but have you got some of these stuff valued? Seems like some of the stuff can be worth a bunch ..anyhow great work 👌

Tammy Chapman : My son would love doing all this he's only ten and loves old stuff.

Dimension Exo : Never have I seen anyone with such an ex / intensive collection of nearly every single item ever found.

LEO Biziga : But whyyy..????

Indra Botak : wow ... it turns out there coin Indonesian currency also ... good for the talisman ..

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Autumn Swanson : How do u pick where to dig at? Is there a strategy to this cuz u found some cool stuff!!

AlejandroPeralesVlogs : You use Windows Movie Maker so do i

harold steptoe : that ring is absolutely  gorgeous!!!!!!

Jason Vectrex : I did it just on my own yard only for fun and found a lot of cool stuff, no gold, maybe some silver and wheat pennies, and a few Indian head pennies, it was fun I just didn't have the drive to hunt elsewhere, if I ever buy another house maybe I'll pick it back up again :) good video, don't know how this showed up in my suggested videos....

ww2 colorizer : that luger toy is awesome. id buy that

robbiesmile3 : Fascinating and your historical knowledge is wonderful.

22KPAR1X Cyberdyne : Nice video. I didn't know what some items were. One of your motorcycles is a early 1970s Hotwheels. I recognize the front wheel, spoke design. It looks to be missing the back half as these were 3 wheeled choppers.

Brandon Shepherd : Today was my first day. Found a old timer skinning knife. An old chewed up penny steal rebar an a chunk of asphalt

Jude V Steeves : that 1914 half penny is Canadian I think as I did have one and the coin place told me what it was worth and I gave it to my cousin

georgia. geo : omg good nice man

ILLYRIA88 : I give you 8000$ for the big Gold Ring !

Saif PS : Hey look I'm a palestinine. We found a jar of gold dust but when we open it boooof! All in air . Hope I buy a metal detector soon.

Lastkingof33 : Id buy that ufo thing looks cool

Dinami : You’ve got 2 pesos in your miscellaneous foreign if I am correct

Tube77 : I subscribed, and do you have a recommendation for a cheep beginners metal detector?

silverdragonfour : This is so cool! How do you find out what some of the buttons and coins mean after you find them? Do u have someone u go to or a reference book or do u just use Google?

killuminati : The English 2p that says news pence instead of two pence is worth a lot of money

ShadowShocker36 : Him: it's GT an E on one side and an A on the other Me: EA sports it's in the game

Jose Luis Gracia : The old vintage toys you have are super rare and collectable! Especially the lead toy soldiers and the trains and some cars! Check them out, investigate what they are worth before you give them to your kids! That's what I would do if I was you! God bless!

Jessica Simonson : The 30-03 was later renamed the 30-06...many soldiers going into WWI carried both marked rounds. Which confused Germans if they were to find different loads and weapon on a falling soldier.

Brenna Magee : Where did you find all your bullets and military things?