Our Latest Outing - Gold & 30+ Roman Coins

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Fisher 1266 X
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We had mixed fortunes on our last outing with visits to 2 permissions, one brand new and the other a stalwart.

The new permission didn't reveal any of the history we thought that maybe there, so after 2-hours, we decided to drive to a site we'd covered since 2015.

The field had been directly drilled with Winter Wheat and we soon started finding Roman pottery and not long after, several Roman coins.
Samian Ware and some nice pieces were amongst the sherds we collected from the surface, one, in particular, was a scallop-edged rim sherd.


Scalloped Rim Sherd
Scalloped Rim Sherd
Terret
Terret
Roman Nummus
Roman Nummus

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muddy mick
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Excellent finds esp the Siliqua
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Some cracking finds there, well done :clapping:
And i can appreciate the amount of work you take with photographing your finds
Cheers for sharing :thumbsup:
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Good selection there :thumbsup: Some coins in decent nick and others which look a lot like mine - plentiful but knackered :D
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Great selection of finds there mate, I especially like the Julian Siliqua, well found :clapping: :clapping: :thumbsup:
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