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Knowledge

Brain Food Vol. 12: Gold Purity

To understand gold, you have to address it in layers, since there are so many aspects of it. In our last Brain Food blog, we discuss the different types of gold in gold jewelry. Now, we are going to have a shorter discussion on “gold purity” or a guide on measuring the pureness of gold. … Continue reading »

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Brain Food Vol. 11: Different Types Of Gold In Jewelry

Whether you are a collector or just someone that loves gold jewelry, it’s good to know the different types of gold that are in jewelry. If you’re a treasure hunter who’s just found a gold ring or bracelet and you want to explore the possible value, you will feel more confident with this new knowledge. … Continue reading »

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Brain Food Vol. 10: Parts of a Coin

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 »

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Brain Food Vol. 9: Gemstones Galore!

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.

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Brain Food Vol. 8: Helpful Rocks & Minerals Chart!

Hey! Who’s ready for more knowledge? We’ve got a handy chart for all of you that would like help in identifying stones you found. This one comes from http://www.geologyin.com/. Did you know you can also find the location of precious gems with your metal detector? Check this out!

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