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With the multi-purpose 3D metal detector OKM Rover C II it is possible to detect hidden metal artifacts in different types of terrain and deeper than conventional detectors are able to explore – such as the coin treasure found in the Sechura Desert in Peru. The coins used to be a popular trade currency of the Spanish Empire – with noticeable effects on today’s world currencies. Learn more about the silver coins, also known as ‘Pieces of Eight’, and discover the special features of OKM’s metal detectors and 3d ground scanners.


A successful Turkish treasure hunter discovered a precious golden decadrachma as part of an ancient hoard of coins. He used our metal detector Black Hawk to detect this buried gold treasure. Those coins probably ended up in today's Turkey area while the Greeks pushed back the Persians during the Greco-Persian Wars.


Those antique objects have been found by a treasure hunter in Lebanon with the OKM ground scanner eXp 5000. This historical find contained different miniature statues of a size of 15 – 25 cm, as well as several coins and rings with inscription. These artifacts are probably from the 17th or 18th century. At this time the today's Lebanon still belonged to the former Ottoman Empire. Elaborations are not known.


A sensational discovery has been made by hobby archeologists in an area of the former Ottoman Empire. With the metal detector Walkabout Deluxe, comparable with the current detector Rover Deluxe, a golden wreath (crown) has been located. The metal detectorists confirmed that next to the crown much more items has beed found. However the golden wreath is the most valuable relict of the dig. Because of the integrated metal discrimination they could find out that the located object was made of gold.


A treasure hunter from Iran detected a fabulous treasure by using his long-range gold detector Bionic X4. He recovered a hoard of gold and silver coins, that were buried in about 1.10 m (3.6 ft) under the ground surface. The first detection signal received by the treasure hunter came from a distance of about 400 meters (1312 feet).


With his eXp 4500 a successful treasure hunter and OKM customer located numerous coins which date back to the 15th century. After repeated measurements in Ground Scan mode and subsequent analysis in the software Visualizer 3D, he found the treasure buried in 1.70 meters depth.

One of our chinese customers detected an amazing coin treasure using his OKM 3D ground scanner eXp 5000. He located hundreds of so-called "cash"-coins buried in 3 meters depth.


Wars of past centuries have left our forefathers no other choice as to bury their valuables like gold, silver, jewelery and other objects of great value, to hide them from enemies. Several weeks ago a treasure hunter in Turkey found some of those buried artifacts with the OKM pulse induction metal detector Black Hawk. His treasure trove contains several coins and ancient figures which were hidden in 0,5 meters depth.


A large amount of more than 800 pieces of ancient coins has been detected by treasure hunters in Syria. They found the hoard by using the eXp 4000 metal detector and 3d ground scanner. This coin cache is very valuable and the value of each single coin is estimated from 150 - 8000 Euro.


A group of historians and treasure hunters from Ukraine detected a large number of ancient greek artefacts near to the river of Dnepr. By using the geoelectrical detector Cavefinder it was possible to locate some voids under the surface. Inside those voids they found historic items from a greek settlement.



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