- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I work on a reward basis, only if the item is found. If the search is unsuccessful in NJ, there will be a $25.00 fee to cover the fuel cost for my travel. If out of state, other arrangements can be discussed.
Jewelry, coins and other valuables lost in beaches, yards, and parks. If the item was lost on private property, you will need to obtain written permission for me to perform the search and recover the item.
New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania areas surrounding NJ.
Charles Corbett's Bio
I have been metal detecting for over 5 years and have enjoyed finding "treasures" from the past. My recent 2014 finds include three Civil War era .52 caliber Sharps carbine lead Minnie balls and a brass key from the 1800's.
Charles Corbett - Recent Blog Posts
Received a call on Saturday, July 9th from Alissa about a lost white gold and diamond necklace somewhere in her backyard. Arrived to find that they had also suffered a fire to the gazebo behind their home next to their deck shortly after the necklace was lost. After repeatedly conducting a grid search in the […]
Received a call around at 8 pm on Sunday, July 3rd from Nancy that she had lost her wedding band and engagement ring in the sand at the beach in Belmar, NJ. I arrived around 10:30 pm and was able to see that this would be a challenge as Nancy and her husband could not […]
3/22016 – Received a call from Nancy of South Plainfield, N.J. about a lost gold ring in her front yard. After running some other errands, I met up with Nancy and she showed me her front yard and some landscaping where she had been working when she lost her ring. After getting some details, she […]
1/25/2016 – Received a call from Nancy, the daughter of a woman (also named Nancy) who believed her mother had lost her wedding rings in the snow while cleaning off a van in northern New Jersey. Wasn’t able to arrive until the following day to a emotionally distraught woman. After checking around the area, had […]
10/20/14 – Got a call Monday afternoon from Mr. Charles Young for a lost wedding ring made out of palladium. Mr. Young had been out clearing leaves from his large side yard the day before and later discovered his wedding ring had slipped from his finger due to the chilly weather here in the Northeast. […]