Indian Territory Treasure Hunters Club
P.O. Box 580961     Tulsa, OK 74158-0961

Welcome to the Indian Territory Treasure Hunter's Club, Inc.
Club Motto:  Dig for fun, Restore when done

For short, we use the designation I.T.T.H.C. Our club was organized in January, 1969. The purpose was to gather treasure hunters together for fellowship and to grow in knowledge of historical facts, historical locations and to inform the members of such. It is also to further interest in the hobby of treasure hunting, and is very much a family oriented group.

Our meetings are held on the first Saturday of each month, except December, at 7:30 p.m. at the Rhema Building, 1004 W. Kenosha Street, Broken Arrow,OK. Members are also welcome to attend the board meetings at a location and time announced each month.

Visitors are always welcome at our regular club meetings. All other club activities are open to club members only. Membership dues are:

       Family Membership$25.00
       (Includes all dependents under 18 years of age)


Some of the advantages of being a member of I.T.T.H.C. are:
  1. Competition - The Find of the Month contest, for example.
  2. Companionship - An opportunity to associate with people who
    have similar interests.
  3. Club Hunts - Our club holds one hunt each year in addition
    to our National Open Treasure Hunt. This hunt is open to club members
    only. Usually a nominal entry fee is charged, with the club matching the entry amount. This hunt is usually held in October
  4. Education - Much can be learned from our club programs and
    from talking and visiting with other club members.
  5. Monthly Outings - These outings are held once a month except in
    May. The outings almost always have the added attraction of a covered
    dish supper or luncheon

To encourage the membership to bring their finds to show at club meetings, the club sponsors a Find of the Month contest. All members are urged to enter their finds, one each month in each category,. In the interest of fair play, honesty and good fellowship, please abide by the following rules:

  1. All items entered in the monthly contest MUST have been found with a metal detector.
  2. All items MUST have been found since the previous meeting. No hold overs please.
  3. Coins found at the semi-annual or any entry type fee or planted hunt are NOT eligible
    for the contest.
  4. Each member may enter ONLY one item in each category.
  5. Entries MUST be made before 7:15 p.m. on the night of the monthly meetings
    and are turned in at the room in the back of the auditorium.
  6. Foreign coins can only be entered in the Relic Division.
  7. All coins entered in any of the coin categories must be listen in the current Red Book
    published by Whitman.
  8. Judges decisions are final. Please note that judges are club members. We try to have different ones each month and they are selected by the Find of the Month Chairman.
  9. There are eight (8) categories:
  1. Oldest cent. Must be at least 50 years old.    
  2. Most valuable cent.    
  3. Oldest coin. Must be at least 50 years old.    
  4. Most valuable coin.    
  5. Jewelry. Voted on by members    
  6. Relics. No jewelry accepted in the category.    
  7. Military relic.    
  8. Best Display of the Month. Voted on by members. Each entry will receive a ticket to be drawn for a prize.
A "Wild Card", or "Most Unusual Find" prize can be awarded at the discretion of the judges from entries in any of the eight categories.

  1. Three places will be chosen in each category with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers receiving a prize. The Wild Card category, if awarded, will receive a prize.

All I.T.T.H.C. members subscribe to the following code:

  1. Leave the land and all vegetation as it was. Fill in all holes. Don't rebury the trash that is dug. Just dispose of it in a trash can.
  2. Observe all existing laws, whether national, state or local.
  3. Don't destroy, damage or deface public or private property or what's left of ghost towns or deserted structures.
  4. Don't leave litter lying around after you leave.
  5. Respect the rights and property of others. Observe posted areas. Before hunting, always be sure to gain proper permission of the landowner.
  6. Always conduct yourself in a manner that is courteous and polite, with consideration for others.