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Metal detecting relics out of the iron bed of a cellar hole in New Hampshire. There is a cellar hole here in our part of New Hampshire that is on town property so anyone can go metal detecting there. I was told that this old farm location had been pounded by all the local detectorists for decades and that there was nothing there to be found. So presenting myself with the challenge of going to see if I could pull anything out of this site I took the mile hike up to this abandoned site. With my Garrett ATGOLD metal detector I started right out at the cellar hole going extremely slow and isolating any signal I could grab on to and within minutes I dug an old tombac button. Running my iron discrimination at 32 I generally dig any signal that shows above that and today there was many of them. Within 30 minutes of metal detecting this old foundation I had several buttons and a couple other relics. Spoons, a tallyho cufflink from the late 1700s and a beautiful escutcheon plate were all found right in the iron around the lip of the cellar hole . I found a lot of stuff for a site that was hit by everybody & their brother with a metal detector but I went slow, low and made sure I dug any signal that even peaked a bit over my iron discrimination threshold. The official Not Thursday & Stealth Diggers website www.notthursday.com From there you can get news, pictures, videos & music. Stealth Diggers Not Thursday Store - Clothing, tools & more http://stores.ebay.com/ThirdLifeMerchandise/Stealth-Diggers.html Check Out the gear & items Stealth Diggers recommend on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/shop/stealthdiggers If you would like to be a patron of this channel by making a pledge & being a contributor to Stealth Diggers & Not Thursday. www.patreon.com/stealthdiggers Not Thursday hiking exploring history metal detecting New Hampshire VlOG metal detecting challenge, is it really hunted out? Metal detecting relics out of the iron bed of a cellar hole in New Hampshire