Treasure Hunting on Karelian Isthmus, Russia (Story 15), page 38
All Metal Detecting Finds To Enjoy
At the last moment, I dug up a few minor relics that could be dated back to the 18th-19th centuries.
Strap Buckle with Traces of Silver Plate
A Fragment of Thin Brass Pendant
Lead Net Sinker
Thin Brass Belt Plate
Surprisingly I did not recover any remains of the medieval cold steel weapons, and dug up only three musket balls of the modern times.
A Pile of Junk as Usual
Whether I had a great coin shooting "foray" or an amazing relic hunt, in any case, my metal detecting in Karelia resulted in a fantastic relic discovery and accumulation of nice finds.
All Good Finds I Recovered on My Trip to Karelian Isthmus
Once again, I got another "virgin" site "under my belt."
And once again, I proved that even in the area that had been known as unworthy and abandoned by treasure hunters, there could be one "fruitful" spot overlooked by all.
I Busted the Myth!
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