Two gold nuggets value round A$350,000 (£190,000; US$250,000) have been found by a pair of diggers in southern Australia.
Brent Shannon and Ethan West discovered the stones close to goldmining city Tarnagulla in Victoria state.
Their fortunate discover was proven on TV present Aussie Gold Hunters, which aired on Thursday.
The males dug up the bottom and used steel detectors to detect gold within the space.
“These are undoubtedly one of the important finds,” Ethan West mentioned, in response to CNN. “To have two giant chunks in at some point is sort of wonderful.”
They discovered the nuggets, which have a mixed weight of three.5kg (7.7lb), in various hours with the assistance of Mr West’s father, in response to the Discovery Channel which airs the programme.
The present, which can also be broadcast within the UK, follows groups of gold prospectors who dig in goldfields in distant elements of Australia.
“I reckoned we have been in for an opportunity,” Mr Shannon instructed Australian TV present Sunrise. “It was in a little bit of virgin floor, which implies it is untouched and hasn’t been mined.”
Mr West mentioned that in 4 years of mining for gold, he’s picked up “in all probability 1000’s” of items.
The Discovery Channel additionally mentioned collectors may pay as much as 30% extra for the nuggets than their estimated worth.
Gold mining in Australia started within the 1880s, and stays a major trade within the nation.