Comments: 72

  • Nonya Bizness
    Nonya Bizness 8 days ago

    Could it be amber? Where was this, in Colorado?

  • Rena Huchingson
    Rena Huchingson Month ago

    Some beautiful stones. I have some pieces that we found in Arkansas. 💎

  • M J Katz
    M J Katz Month ago

    You did great, JD! Amethyst is a favorite of mine. :)


    your mum seemed excited about the amethyst you should turn it in to a ring for her gl&hh

  • Rebecca Barnes
    Rebecca Barnes Month ago +1

    The Orange-yellow pieces are Citrine and when then grow together they are called an Ametrine.

  • dale tanner
    dale tanner Month ago +1

    not to mention I found out that this house that I am living in which my great-great-grandparents built has been here since 1892

  • dale tanner
    dale tanner Month ago +1

    also at the moment while I am watching this video also at the moment while I am watching this video I am pulling up rocks out of the ground and going to see if I can get paid dirt and I have found something that I will post that you can see in one of these rocks that I pulled out of it.i about rocks and veins

  • dale tanner
    dale tanner Month ago

    JD you need to come out as soon as you can this place has been dug by a history group and some years ago and someone come back and two weeks ago found a $0.02 piece 3 blocks from me and also a block from me where I had stopped searching them is going to continue on my next search there at a tree found three silver quarters there is stuff to be had here and places that haven't been searched that we can knock not to mention it is the ghetto and has turned that way in the last 20 to 30 years

  • hiluxyota
    hiluxyota Month ago +1

    Your mom seemed more excited about the rock then you were !

  • buzzsawblade1
    buzzsawblade1 Month ago

    Put them under a black light !

  • Robin Denniston
    Robin Denniston Month ago

    love your finds!😀

  • Ruth Walton
    Ruth Walton Month ago +1

    excellant finds . good book is the Collins photo guide to minerals and crystals. I love rocks cause I am a sad old git 😂

  • lizzymoore54
    lizzymoore54 Month ago +2

    A dental water-pick, after soaking the piece, is a gentle way to clean out the sand, dirt or clay. Where did you go to find such beautiful specimens, J. D.?

  • Amanda brierley
    Amanda brierley Month ago

    Absolutely stunning well done , you have some lovely pieces there, you and you're mum sound very excited . I really enjoyed this vid it's very different .

  • Juan Orozco
    Juan Orozco 2 months ago

    I think the is a citrine

  • Kyle Becker
    Kyle Becker 2 months ago

    That smoky color stone wouldn't happen to be smoky quartz would it?

  • Jerry Mc Guire
    Jerry Mc Guire 2 months ago +1

    How are you feeling do you check those for gold. Thanks for the great video

  • Phil P
    Phil P 2 months ago

    Soak the orange colored crystals in iron out and it they will become clear. 11:55 is called a scepter.

  • Chuck Turner
    Chuck Turner 2 months ago

    I love that little "Fortress of Solitude " piece.

  • Jeremy Wood
    Jeremy Wood 2 months ago +3

    I was always told to wash your hands after handling mica. It could get in your eyes and scratch it pretty bad.

  • alejandra peralta
    alejandra peralta 2 months ago

    Es inutil!!!!!!!!

  • Nathalie Blackwell
    Nathalie Blackwell 2 months ago

    I'm so happy you got into the rocks. I started metal detecting then got turned on to rocks😄

  • 1L Michele
    1L Michele 2 months ago

    I totally agree absolutely STUNNING! Awesome finds JD. ; D

  • Kathy Lincoln
    Kathy Lincoln 2 months ago

    Being a Rock Hound I love this!!

  • Cheryl Matthews
    Cheryl Matthews 2 months ago

    JD you have a beautiful collection there. The brown pieces I believe is call Amber. You may want to check into that though. I love the purple stones they look like rock candy, yum! lol
    Or a purple drink still yum yum lol
    Congratulation on your find! Have a Sweet Day. ☺️

    • Ruth Walton
      Ruth Walton Month ago

      a really nice book of you want to know more about crystals and gems and rocks is the Collins photo guide which is a lovely book full of delicious pictures

    • Ruth Walton
      Ruth Walton Month ago

      those are quartz based crytals. much more likely iron stained quartz or citrine which is quite rare.
      Amber is made from tree resin and does not form crystals, it forms lumps and globs and if you are lucky some extra fauna or flora ie an insect. sorry hun.

  • Nellie Cardona
    Nellie Cardona 2 months ago

    whith micas they make colors for soaps ;)

  • Nellie Cardona
    Nellie Cardona 2 months ago

    Happy findings ;) Love quarz love your channel

  • Nellie Cardona
    Nellie Cardona 2 months ago +1

    Love your mom ;)

  • Kamoonra The Wolf God
    Kamoonra The Wolf God 2 months ago

    I'm guessing you went to Charlies Creek right?

  • Carousel Creative Crafts
    Carousel Creative Crafts 2 months ago +3

    Bigger sheets of mica are called isinglass. Old heating stoves used it in a small window in the doors goinging into the firebox.

  • Karen Jessup
    Karen Jessup 2 months ago

    Pretty good haul. where'd you say were?

  • Wendy Mcclain
    Wendy Mcclain 2 months ago


  • jon lennon
    jon lennon 2 months ago

    What mine did you go to? Could you publish how to get ahold of them to arrange a trip.

  • sayits 69
    sayits 69 2 months ago +2

    some awesome finds J.D. my dad & I were just astonished by what you found, great job kid! thx for sharing, shawn

  • dianne11ca
    dianne11ca 2 months ago +2

    A feast for my eyes! Thanks, JD! Your mom was about as excited as I would have been! lol <3

  • В Поисках Клада и Сокровищ

    HI.SUPEEERrrr!!!!Thank you friend! beautiful video!

  • Angels Haven
    Angels Haven 2 months ago


  • Brigitte LM
    Brigitte LM 2 months ago

    Think it's his not hers...

  • daytondigger1
    daytondigger1 2 months ago +2

    I've been wanting to do that for a long time. I'd love to have a stone cut and have a ring made from my metal detecting presious metals, all found by myself. Thanks for the further inspiration.

  • gold hunter
    gold hunter 2 months ago


  • G Gutierrez
    G Gutierrez 2 months ago +14

    awww JD you should give an amethyst to your mom. She seem very excited about the amethyst :)

  • Uncle Bill
    Uncle Bill 2 months ago

    Some beautiful crystals

  • Sheila L art
    Sheila L art 2 months ago +3

    If you are ever in LA, go to the natural history museum. They have three rooms of awesome gems and minerals collection from throughout the world!

    • Sheila L art
      Sheila L art 2 months ago

      Mr. Treez, Yeah your right! The one in LA is one of the best and finest in the world! I went there maybe 5 years ago, they have a awesome gem and mineral collection! Also Trex exhibits are cool!

    • Mr. Treez
      Mr. Treez 2 months ago

      Sheila L art all natural history museums do. There is usually a natural history museum in every major city

  • Carpenter RickM
    Carpenter RickM 2 months ago

    kool! ! Bonus find. Im taking a break from detecting to watch this lol cheers! !

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  • Sheila L art
    Sheila L art 2 months ago +1

    You found some really nice specimens! What a nice collection!

  • BirdDogg
    BirdDogg 2 months ago +2

    Awesome JD! Beautiful specimens!

  • Candy Santillo
    Candy Santillo 2 months ago +5

    You know you can wire wrap some of those points with jewelry quality wire and wear them on leather or black necklace cord.Just a thought

    • Karen Jessup
      Karen Jessup 2 months ago

      I always walk head down, never know what you will find. I found a large clear crystal just walking down sidewalk. No clue how it got there. I'd been walking same path for a year and then there it was.

    • Candy Santillo
      Candy Santillo 2 months ago

      Just watching him picking them up got me all excited.Not for values sake but I'm kind of a rock oholic.I only find everyday ordinary rocks that I find interesting.Finding these would probably drive me over the edge

    • Karen Jessup
      Karen Jessup 2 months ago

      Wendy Mcclain and the darker the purple the more expensive. my birthstone

    • Wendy Mcclain
      Wendy Mcclain 2 months ago

      Candy Santillo he DEFINETLY could do that! I have a few, but nothing even close to what he had found, truly amazing!, Could make a LOT selling them raw, or in a necklace

  • Marc Kenneson
    Marc Kenneson 2 months ago

    I just recently purchased a Garrett at pro and am having trouble learning how to use it so I was wondering if you own one maybe you could make a video on how to find silver coins or gold with it.

  • Kathleen Fierke
    Kathleen Fierke 2 months ago

    You should go to a gem show...some of those are worth some good money.

  • Michael Fike
    Michael Fike 2 months ago

    great looking bunch of crysals

  • Kathleen Fierke
    Kathleen Fierke 2 months ago +5

    The burnt orange could be citrine..There is a gem called Ametrine

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  • Candy Santillo
    Candy Santillo 2 months ago +2

    This and the last amethyst video are SO exciting!!

  • Joshua Formento
    Joshua Formento 2 months ago


  • Matthew Butler
    Matthew Butler 2 months ago

    dude that is so cool my father-in-law has alot of quartz,crystals, and pyrite where he lives in Tennessee 💎👑

  • Buttermybutt
    Buttermybutt 2 months ago

    Put the rock down and no one will get hurt !!

  • Kathleen Fierke
    Kathleen Fierke 2 months ago

    Who's the lady's voice in the background?

    • G Gutierrez
      G Gutierrez 2 months ago

      Kathleen Fierke JD's mom

    • xFuture
      xFuture 2 months ago

      Kathleen Fierke his mom

  • steve zahm
    steve zahm 2 months ago

    Awesome find JD

  • Kathleen Fierke
    Kathleen Fierke 2 months ago

    Absolutely Gorgeous!

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