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In the Corner with Dan Hughes


Mar 15, 2012

Here's how you can apply 19th century philosophy to 21st century treasure hunting. 

The profits made from the ideas in this program were responsible for the founding of Temple University, and the lecture from which they came was as famous in its day as the Gettysburg Address and the Bill of Rights.  ("Its day" being the late 1800s through the early 1900s.) 

Confused? 

Listen to the show and it will all be clear.

For more tips on treasure hunting, and a look at my book The Metal Detecting Manual, visit http://treasuremanual.com.


Kevin
almost five years ago

I bought my metal detector at an estate sale and within in 30 minutes was hunting in the backyard of my home that was built in 1890. My first find was a 1947 Walking Liberty Half Dollar and over the past 6 weeks, I have pulled 115 coins from my yard. The oldest being a 1904 Indian Head Penney right up to current stuff along with a LOT of junk. Love your pod casts...keep them coming.