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Angels In The Outfield, Lost Silver Pendant, Vancouver Park

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Lost Silver Angel Pendant...Found

Angel Pendant lost...Found

Well today I had a search for a lost silver angel pendent, at a park in Vancouver. It was lost at a rugby practice, my first thought was that some young man had lost it…Wrong! Some young lady had lost it while training.

Normally I wouldn’t search for something lost without the permission of the person first, but the person posted it on the internet with the exact location. I couldn’t get out the day I saw the post because of work so I went out the next day.

When I arrived at the location and started my grid search I could tell that someone else had already searched the area for the lost pendant.

I was a little set back at the thought that someone must of already found it, but it was such a nice day I decided to search anyway.

I started my grid where the person left off, instead of continuing the grid north I back tracked south toward the area that was already searched.

That was a good call as it didn’t take long before something silver caught my eye, my first thought was…that’s a dime, but closer inspection it turned out to be the pendant!

It was nice meeting you Amy! And thank you for the generous reward!

I love my job!

Lost something and need it found!

Call me ASAP!

Chris Turner 778-838-Find(3463)

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service, St. Josephs, Newfoundland. David Pollard

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service has its first member from St.Josephs, Salmonier (Newfoundland, Canada) David Pollard is an experienced treasure hunter that offers his metal detecting service for helping people who have lost their jewelry at the beaches, parks, lakes & yards, and other outdoor areas…

Visit David’s profile page at The Ring Finders…http://theringfinders.com/David.Pollard/

Lost your jewelry in or around St.Josephs, Salmonier?

Contact David Pollard

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service, Minnesota, USA. Gunnar Rasmussen

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service has its first member from Cambridge (Minnesota, USA) Gunnar Rasmussen is an experienced treasure hunter that offers his metal detecting service for helping people who have lost their jewelry at the parks, lakes, yards, and other outdoor areas…

Visit Gunnar’s profile page at The Ring Finders…http://theringfinders.com/Gunnar.Rasmussen/

Lost your jewelry in or around Cambridge Minnesota ?

Call Gunnar Rasmussen

WW2 Gold ring lost, England, Somerset village, Spaxton, found by Mr. Paul Minton of The Ring Finders

  • from Rhondda/Cardiff (Wales, United Kingdom)

WW11  Concentration camp gold ring

Hi all

I just want to tell you a story that happened to me in 2008

I live in South Wales U.K. and I travel all over the country searching all the sites I have permission to detect on with many great finds

This one occasion I was at a detecting rally in the south of England in a small Somerset village called Spaxton the villagers had organised a weekend event covering about 100 acres of historical land with some of the land dating back to the bronze age

It was a warm day and I had gone back to my van to have some lunch and chat and show off our finds we had found with plenty of roman and hammered coins I was looking forward to the rest of the afternoon looking for more artefacts when a couple approached me asking me if I could help them locate a ring that had been lost a few years before

They told me that they was helping their neighbour to clear the overgrown back yard
When the gentleman who was helping them was clearing the brambles and needed a pair of gloves to handle them

He spotted a pair of gloves lying on the floor and went over to pick them up and unknown to him the lady whose yard he was helping to clear had taken off a gold ring and placed it on top of the gloves

He went over to the gloves and grabbed them not knowing that the ring was there, and in a flash the ring was sailing through the air into the undergrowth soon the whole group were looking for this ring and in the days that followed, they used all type of methods to find the ring even renting a metal detector but, still, with no luck

The lady who owned the ring was upset at the loss, not because of the value of the ring but because of the story behind the ring. Her father of 82 had given her the ring and told the story that went with the ring and how precious it was to him and an important part of the family history
He had carried this ring with him thorough all the time he was in the nazi concentration camps and he managed to keep it through all the marches the forced labour and searches, and the greatest sorrow was then to loose it through a simple accident

The lady had resigned herself to the fact that the ring was lost

After they had told me the story behind the loss they asked if I would be willing to help them to find the ring, I was their last chance. He said that he has always felt guilt about loosing the ring even with reassurance from the owner that it was an accident he couldn’t forgive himself

I picked up all my detecting equipment and got into his car and headed out to the area that the ring was lost and I thought to myself “this could be a long day”

When I arrived at the property I was taken to the yard where the ring was lost and there we enacted the whole scenario and based on the details I went to the area where I thought the ring could have landed,

In the years that the ring was lost the undergrowth had reclaimed the area where they had searched and I was looking at a lot of brambles and long grass

Like most of the detectorists in the U.K. I use a cut down spade

So with this cut down spade I began to hack away at the brambles and grass, and after a lot of sweat and profanities I managed to clear a small area, I thought then to give myself a break I will get my detector and search the area I had cleared

I switched on my machine put on my headphones and started to detect the area I had cleared, and within a minute I got a signal in amongst the dead leaves and hacked down foliage, I then used my foot to clear the area where the signal came from and there amongst the rubbish was this small yellow ring,

The gentleman was watching me working with my detector, I said to him “there it is” and with a look of disbelief on his face he looked down and saw the ring, I think for a few moments he stared at the ground not believing what he was looking at

He then bent down and picked up the ring and the realisation that the ring was now safe in his hand brought a large smile to his face and I think I heard a sigh of relief, as if he had been holding his breath since he accidentally lost the ring

I gathered up all my detecting stuff and headed back to the car, and all the time we walked back to the car he was constantly thanking me over and over and asking me what he owes me I told him “I didn’t want anything as I was glad to find it”, and I thought to myself that I still had time to search for the rest of the afternoon

I never got to meet the lady who owned the ring as she was on vacation and wouldn’t be home for a few days and I only had one more day at the rally

The gentleman insisted I give him my address as when the lady returned from the vacation she might want to get in touch with me

A week passed and a letter arrived in the post, the owner of the ring was overjoyed that the ring was found and that she was sorry that she couldn’t thank me in person
But will be forever grateful

For me it was a rewarding experience, I had reunited the ring and owner and went on to find some more roman coins and a few nice ancient artefacts

Paul

Metal Detecting Service to help you find your lost Ring!

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

When you want your lost ring to Find you!

Hi its Chris Turner,

Beaches, parks, lakes & yards… If you lost your ring we can find it! We use the best metal detecting equipment to locate your lost ring on land or water, we can also locate your lost item in snow.

If you have lost something in Vancouver / Lower Mainland or even anywhere in the world and need help finding it, contact me and  I’ll help you find what you thought was lost forever…

Call ASAP

Chris Turner: 778-838-Find(3463)

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, Augusto Vincenzo

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service has its first member from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Augusto Vincenzo is an experienced treasure hunter that offers his metal detecting service for helping people who have lost their jewelry at the beaches, parks, lakes, yards, and other outdoor areas…

Visit Augusto’s profile page at The Ring Finders… http://theringfinders.com/Augusto.Vincenzo/

Lost your jewelry in or around Carrollton,Texas?

Call Augusto Vincenzo

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service, Carrollton Texas USA, Christopher Moores

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service has its first member from Carrollton Texas USA.

Christopher Moores is an experienced treasure hunter that offers his metal detecting service for helping people who have lost their jewelry at the beaches, parks, lakes, yards, and other outdoor areas…

Visit Christopher’s profile page at The Ring Finders… http://theringfinders.com/Christopher.Moores/

Lost your jewelry in or around Carrollton,Texas?

Call Christopher Moores

Lost gold ring in Enebakk, Norway

  • from Follo (Norway)
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Yesterday I received a phone call from a woman.  She told me that the day before her husband had lost his wedding band when he had been working on their farm.  It was a really big ring , 25 gram, in white, yellow and red gold. They had been looking for it the whole evening,  but could not  find the ring in the snow.  And it was still snowing…. They were pretty sure that it was lost outside the house.  Could I give it a try she asked?

Of course I could,  I put my gear in the car and drove over to their home.  It started to get dark and snowing heavy when I got to the farm.  I started to search the garden,  outside the house,  where they were sure they had lost it.

After a hour and a half I still no ring,  I ask the owner if he was sure he had not been anywhere  else.  Well, he said,  I was over to the parking lot a couple of hundred meters away,  but I’m pretty sure i did not loose it there.  At this time I was cold and wet, but I really wanted to find the ring,  so I told him that I wanted to try the parking lot.

We went over there and after 15 minutes a got a nice signal.  And there it was.  A massive beautiful gold ring. Oh boy, was he a happy man when I gave him the ring! I just love this job!

Norwegian reader can find the whole story in Norwegian at my private blog, Metallsøkerposten

The Ring Finders Metal Service is on the Treasure Hunter Forum

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Today I spoke to Larry who runs  http://www.treasurehunterforum.com/ What a great guy! He has a great metal detecting forum that I am now a member of and also advertising on.

I admire people who can build and run these forums for the benefit of treasure hunters to learn from and post questions or show off their amazing discoveries.

Thank you for your site and for all you support and help Larry!

Visit http://www.treasurehunterforum.com/

Best,

Chris Turner

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service, Midlothian,Texas USA, Larry Simpson

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

The Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service has its first member from Midlothian,Texas USA.

Larry Simpson is an experienced treasure hunters that offers his metal detecting service for helping people who have lost their jewelry at the beaches, parks, lakes, yards, and other outdoor areas…

Visit Larry’s profile page at The Ring Finders… http://theringfinders.com/Larry.Simpson/

Lost your jewelry in or around Midlothian,Texas?

Call Larry Simpson