New permission. Couple of I.D.s needed

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joemole
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Out on our new permission on sunday. Dug alot of rubbish up but managed to get a few good finds . Loom weight. 1920 shilling. Counter stamped george 2nd. George 3rd. Couple of pennys and the usual buttons n musket ball. Nice hammered for I.D. ( think its 1 of the edwards) and a gold gilded partifact ?? . Any help appreciated. Cheers.
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That looks like an interesting site :thumbsup: I’ll never get the hammered ID right so I won’t try but the gilded partifact could be the bottom part of a lion foot? Or is that just my imagination :? I’m thinking part of a foot from a fancy plant holder.

Or maybe I need to start taking the medicine again :lol:

EDIT: put a pic up of the back, it might give some more clues :thumbsup:
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Gold gilded copper ???
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Good day out, would be pleased to find what you did in the first photo.
Going with Cath, thought Lions foot before reading any replies.
Well done, :thumbsup:
Dave.
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Dave The Slave wrote: Tue Oct 20, 2020 11:56 am Good day out, would be pleased to find what you did in the first photo.
Going with Cath, thought Lions foot before reading any replies.
Well done, :thumbsup:
Dave.
Cheers. Yeh good day . The farmer let his 10 yr old grandson join us with his toy detector he found a button n a musket ball .he was over the moon
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Ok I’ve changed my mind with the new photos. Worth showing your FLO as I think you’ll need to hold it to work that one out :thumbsup:
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Edward II/Bishop Antony Bek 10cf5 penny - Durham. :thumbsup:
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Nice selection there fella...
How much of that was the wifes?... :lol:
Certainly a promising looking field :thumbsup:
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Allectus wrote: Tue Oct 20, 2020 4:02 pm Edward II/Bishop Antony Bek 10cf5 penny - Durham. :thumbsup:
cheers allectus . how dyou do it . i think i'll just send photos of my future finds straight to you :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Blackadder43 wrote: Tue Oct 20, 2020 4:24 pm Nice selection there fella...
How much of that was the wifes?... :lol:
Certainly a promising looking field :thumbsup:
she found the hammered :mrgreen: and my mate once again got find of the day with a 3rd century denarius . the one with a wolf and 2 kids on the back .
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