Author Archives: Emily Fetner
There are many great places to go metal detecting. In fact, we like to tell others to go to places where people gather or have gathered a lot. For example, parks, colleges and churches. Treasure hunter Trevor Ponte loves to hunt at old churches where people have gathered for decades. He said, “In Fairhaven there … Continue reading
Last December, off the coast of the Greek island of Naxos, a shipwreck was found at a depth of 100 meters. Naxos was once known for their high quality marble exports. Now, it’s a popular place for vacations. As pointed out by Newsweek, the archaeologists were shocked because it’s rare to find a shipwreck at … Continue reading
It’s the last Friday before Christmas and there is still time to find a great gift! We have giftcards, stocking stuffers and gear for all treasure hunters!
Gold is one of a treasure hunter’s favorite things to find. It shines and it can have great value, so let’s make it easier for YOU to find! We found this on Pinterest showing a state by state guide on finding gold.
It’s good knowledge for every detectorists to know the parts of a coin. Coin parts of included in metal detecting jargon, so we have a handy guide for you to learn. Coins can teach us so much about history, so they are great to collect and learn more about! If you’re a coin collection, leave … Continue reading
It’s our #BigGoldGiveaway! You get a FREE Nokta AU Gold Finder with the purchase of these select gold metal detectors!!
We have a special edition of #FridayFanFun for you all! It’s a Black Friday edition! Take our fun, metal detecting trivia and we will pick someone at random to win an awesome, treasure hunting mystery prize! The winner will be announced on Black Friday! See the trivia and official rules here and on this link as well. Share with everyone you know … Continue reading
Presenting the all new Quest metal detecting line! Quest makes it easy for you to find the impossible! We have the Quest Q20 metal detector, the Quest Q40, the Quest XPointer Pro Pinpointer, the XPointer Scuba Tector metal detector and the Quest Diamond Diggers!! #KellycoMetalDetectors
Treasure hunter Lary Salo got the opportunity to search at the historic Hannah Jumper house to uncover any artifacts that had been there for centuries. He had permission of the property owner to hunt there. After hunting for awhile, he found brass buttons of different sizes, a door handle, two clay pipe stems, a shoe … Continue reading
Did you know metal detectors can help you find the locations of gemstones and other minerals? We have a great article on it here in the Kellyco Library. To help you better identify different types of gemstones, we have this chart. See the full chart on here.