Colonial Era Gold Artifact detected in South America with the OKM Bionic X4

Depth: 0.6 m (2.0 ft)
Region: South America
Size: ca. 7.0 bis 10.0 cm | 2.7" x 3.9"
Weight: 262.2 g | 0.578 lbs

Discovered by Treasure Hunter from South America


A Journey to a Region Rich in Historical Significance

In South America, near an old bridle path leading to the capital of the country, lies an area rich in historical significance. Known for its abandoned colonial-era mines, this region promised fascinating discoveries for those equipped with the right equipment. Armed with the OKM Bionic X4 metal detector, an enthusiastic treasure hunter and his team set out at 5 am one morning. After traveling for three hours, they arrived at 8 am, ready to begin uncovering the secrets that lay beneath the surface.

The location consisted of an old mine and an adjacent mining camp, both remnants of colonial times. With the OKM Bionic X4's advanced capabilities, it took only 5 minutes to detect a significant find at 60 cm (23.6 in) depth. Initially unsure of what the detector had identified, the explorers began a careful excavation. To their surprise, they uncovered an artifact hidden in a completely deteriorated ceramic container. The moment of discovery was filled with excitement and satisfaction, as the trip and the investment in the advanced OKM equipment had paid off in a big way.

I felt surprised, excited and very happy, because the trip and investment in team was bearing its first fruits.

the gold figure of Chinchillico

Discovering a Link to the Colonial Past

The artifact, depicting a miner known as "Chinchillico" provides a tangible link to the region's colonial past. The find not only highlights the effectiveness of the OKM Bionic X4 metal detector, but also enriches our understanding of the countries historical and cultural heritage. This successful expedition underscores the importance of using advanced technology in archaeological exploration, allowing modern adventurers to make significant contributions to our collective history. The OKM Bionic X4 continues to prove its value as an indispensable tool for uncovering hidden treasures from bygone eras.

Lost Worlds of South America

South America's lush landscapes and rugged terrain have long inspired tales of hidden treasures and lost civilizations, captivating the imaginations of adventurers and historians alike. Deep within the continent's remote jungles and towering mountains, mysteries abound, waiting to be unearthed by intrepid explorers. The legendary Cueva de los Tayos in Ecuador stands as a testament to this allure, its cavernous depths rumored to contain ancient artifacts and enigmatic inscriptions. Similarly, the lost city of Tairona in Colombia, shrouded in myth and mystery, beckons with its enigmatic ruins and untold tales of a bygone civilization. Despite the passage of time and countless expeditions, these treasures remain tantalizingly out of reach, their secrets guarded by the unforgiving wilderness of South America. But with each new discovery and expedition, hope is renewed, fueling the eternal quest to unlock the secrets of the continent's hidden past. Go on the search for the mysterious treasures of South America with our OKM Detectors.

Chinchillico in the hand of the treasure hunter


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