Metal Detecting Research & Exploration - A Complete Guide, page 66

Other Forms of Research

OLD PHOTOGRAPHS & LITHOGRAPHS HELP IN PINPOINTING EXACT SPOTS FOR METAL DETECTING

Old photographs, historic lithographs and vintage postcards can be worth a thousand footsteps as well as words. They will give you a first-hand visual description of the place of your interest, let you see all changes that occurred in the area over the years, and enable you to pinpoint exact location of the spot among the modern infrastructure.

19th Century Lithograph Depicting A City Built Around A Paper Mill

19th Century Lithograph Showing Metal Detecting Sites

A Good Hunt Site

Productive Hunt Site

Tools for research can take on other forms and types. More likely you will develop your own research methods and techniques. Always think like a detective, develop a concentrated self-discipline, be persistent, diligent and dedicated, be curious, and have fun!

I Wish I Could Use this 1650 Print of New Amsterdam (NYC) for Exploration and Metal Detecting

Old Print of New Amsterdam (New York)


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List of 70 Basic Locations for Metal Detecting

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