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kawman
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From: Taree, NSW
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21 July 2016 11:22 am

No-more-easy-gold-discoveries-gold-photo_zpshuwi7brg.jpg

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Gazman
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21 July 2016 11:27 am

Thats awesome find one lucky person nice colour wat a specimen

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Rusty_G
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21 July 2016 11:48 am

I really think that even though gold is gold and looks pretty no matter what form its found in...I think in host rock like that is the most desirable...the lucky bloke/blokess? who ound that must have been pretty stoked! yikes

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kawman
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21 July 2016 12:17 pm

I think the round black thing is a detector... smile

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Wishfull
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21 July 2016 12:31 pm

kawman wrote:

I think the round black thing is a detector... smile

It's got something written on it but I can't make it out.


Me..GOLD, GOLD...Boss Mmmm do you think we have the right man for the job ?
Turbo gold pan, Ancient 1996 Garret Scorpion gold stinger, Minelab SDC2300, Detecnix wader Li pinpointer, home made pick, understanding wife, most of the time.

#6

blisters
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21 July 2016 12:33 pm

Lens cap I think, looks like pentax. It'd be awesome if it were a detector coil though!
Jon

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Phoenix76
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21 July 2016 01:00 pm

Yep certainly a Pentax lense cap. I blew up the pic a bit and that's what it is.

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AtomRat
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21 July 2016 01:17 pm

You gotta think though, even for a lens cover, that's still one large amount of yellow stuff!!! yikes


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blisters
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21 July 2016 01:28 pm

Assuming a 50mm lens yep that's impressive.
Jon

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vstrom
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21 July 2016 04:21 pm

Looks like its coming out of every nook and cranny nice yikes


To search for gold is searching for yourself.

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#11

kawman
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21 July 2016 04:49 pm

x2 on that.. even the host rock is loaded... tongue

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Gazman
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21 July 2016 08:00 pm

Looks awesome john parsons has just been presented n reconised 4 his work with prophit gold mine near killkevan never new nuggets grew in the ground

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Tathradj
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22 July 2016 01:05 am

I do not understand Cobber. ops
Please do tell us what you are saying. cool

Gazman wrote:

Looks awesome john parsons has just been presented n reconised 4 his work with prophit gold mine near killkevan never new nuggets grew in the ground


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AtomRat
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22 July 2016 03:08 am

Tathradj wrote:

I do not understand Cobber. ops
Please do tell us what you are saying. cool

Gazman wrote:

Looks awesome john parsons has just been presented n reconised 4 his work with prophit gold mine near killkevan never new nuggets grew in the ground

*translation* -
http://m.gympietimes.com.au/news/john-p … n/1890585/

Looks awesome! John Parsons has just been awarded and recognised for his work with his Prophet Gold mine near Killkevan, Gympie. I never knew nuggets grew in the ground there wink

Last edited by AtomRat (22 July 2016 03:09 am)


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Gazman
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23 July 2016 07:25 pm

Yea thats the post he done alot ove work worth the call i spoke to him 4 over a hour on phone verry knoledgable 4 me newby to this hobby

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lewy
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#17

tally ho
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24 July 2016 03:14 am

if the black thing was a coil that would be huge find

#18

Old Fred
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08 September 2016 10:04 pm

Gazman wrote:

Looks awesome john parsons has just been presented n reconised 4 his work with prophit gold mine near killkevan never new nuggets grew in the ground

I never known they grow in the ground .Have some small ones i can plant if u let me know what fertaliser to use.

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Wishfull
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08 September 2016 11:34 pm

Just apply bull sh*t that works with the rain we've been havin


Me..GOLD, GOLD...Boss Mmmm do you think we have the right man for the job ?
Turbo gold pan, Ancient 1996 Garret Scorpion gold stinger, Minelab SDC2300, Detecnix wader Li pinpointer, home made pick, understanding wife, most of the time.

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