Amazing finds occur on ordinary hunters’ way! See the photo report: how a bronze cauldron, which is more than 2,000 years old, was being dug up. Really a collector’s item! That hunter immediately sold his find (+price).
Scythian bronze cauldron. Presumably 5th-3rd century BC. Weight: 11.8 kg. Sold for $1,396 at diggers’ clandestine auction.
The find was picked up with the XP Deus metal detector. It may be said that the machine was compensated, but… Personally, I think happy moments while hunting are much more expensive.
The cauldron is great. Truly a collector’s item. Such finds are usually occupying the highest place of honor. Taking into account its age and condition, the selling price is clearly understated. When selling such finds a hunter must remember… probably it was the coolest find in his life and there won’t be another one like that.