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GCTC Sept 2016 Newsletter.pdf


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MEMBERS AD
For Sale: Like-new Fisher black F-75 Special Edition
detector with both 11" DD and 5" DD (new) waterproof
search coils. Certified/set up by Tom Dankowski. Less
than two (2) hours use. $850.00/OBO
Pete Schneider 561-630-9262
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For Sale: Small dog door - sells for $189. For sale $75
or best offer. Excellent condition.
Jan Smirnow 561-376-6211

ONGOING CLUB PROJECTS
Our club collects eye glasses, foreign coins, miscellaneous
items of costume jewelry/tokens/metal toys, pull tabs, and
empty ink cartridges. small electrical stuff (nothing bigger
than a large toaster), cell phones, tape recorders, printers
etc. for recycling. Give to Jan Smirnow.

Good Will Ambassadors
Performing Random Acts of Kindness

Steve Hoskins found a tiny piece of hardware that fell off
into the grass at his neighbors house.

CoinFacts is Free!
From Member Todd Ryan
http://www.pcgscoinfacts.com/

From Dick Stout
Stout Standards
stoutstandards.wordpress.com
Whites Electronics is currently working on a new website
and when it’s finished it’s going to be a dandy. The new
“Support” page is very cool and I especially liked the
“Check Your Repair Status” option. Another nice touch?
The “Adventure” page.
https://www.whiteselectronics.com/

Thursday September 22nd
6:30pm
General Meeting Speaker:
Margaret Weller
"Lady Gold Diver"
The long-time treasure hunter has
been salvaging Spanish galleons
off the coast of Florida since
the1970s.

The ‘Friday’s Joy’ gold nugget is expected to bring more than
$250,000 AUD. It was discovered in a worked-over area at the
far southern edge of Central Victoria’s Golden Triangle on a
recent Friday morning by a seasoned prospector wishing to
remain anonymous. After discovering a 9-ounce tennis ballshaped gold nugget more than two feet deep with his Minelab
GPZ 7000 the previous day, he went back for more.
“I thought it was rubbish at first, maybe an old horseshoe,”
said the prospector. “About 12 inches below the ground, I could
just barely make out the top of something. As I began to scrape
away the clay and dig deeper, I really couldn’t believe my eyes this wasn’t an old piece of steel in front of me. I had just
unearthed a colossal gold nugget - a once in a lifetime find! I
was in total disbelief as I didn't think nuggets of this size were
still around.”

http://www.minelab.com/usa/gominelabbing/news?article=290610