Best day ever. 3 Hammered for ID

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Saki
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Hours passed today on this site (same as the broken hammered from my last post) with hardly any signals. Apart from buttons including a livery button with a horse and bits of lead. Then I spotted a little unusual line I had never noticed. (Its a ridge and furrow, but this stood out like a pathway)Followed it and a signal of 19....First hammered. 20 feet later a 14 and sadly my stupidity snapped it. (Trowel).
10 mins later, with the temperature and sun dropping, i got a solid 18. Couldnt believe my luck :Party: My final hunt before Christmas and 3 great presents.

Any help with ID would be greatly appreciated

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London groats. Henry VII x2 & Edward IV. :thumbsup:

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Allectus wrote: Tue Dec 22, 2020 7:08 pm London groats. Henry VII x2 & Edward IV. :thumbsup:

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Thank you Allectus. Really appreciate your ID skills
Is the broken one the Edward IV?
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Lovely jubbly. Well done
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Saki wrote: Tue Dec 22, 2020 7:23 pm Thank you Allectus. Really appreciate your ID skills
Is the broken one the Edward IV?
Yep. :thumbsup:
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Superb sir and lovely to know you’ve located a path. There could easily be more on both sides of that path too, I hope so :thumbsup:

Great Christmas present and hope it’s an indication that you’ll have a lovely day :D
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Oxgirl wrote: Tue Dec 22, 2020 7:46 pm Superb sir and lovely to know you’ve located a path. There could easily be more on both sides of that path too, I hope so :thumbsup:

Great Christmas present and hope it’s an indication that you’ll have a lovely day :D
Thanks Oxgirl. I'm delighted :D
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Awesome, as Cath says a further search will likely show more, could be a purse loss? Well done. :thumbsup:
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Well done Saki, excellent day and result :clapping:
As mentioned, look from above at the possible route of that path, it had to lead somewhere and came from somewhere
This is where eccentric research (a speciallity of mine :lol: ) comes in

Lovely end to a bizarre year :thumbsup:
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Blimey, two hat-trickists (no such word) in a couple of days (the other was Kenleyboy).

Not sure whether to congratulate you or chastise you for being greedy :lol:

I'll congratulate you. A cracking day, and well done :thumbsup:
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Saki wrote: Tue Dec 22, 2020 6:55 pm Then I spotted a little unusual line I had never noticed. (Its a ridge and furrow, but this stood out like a pathway)
It might be worth a look on Lidar to see if it extends across other fields also? :Thinking:
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It might have been a possible purse drop maybe ? Great finds anyway .I don`t think I`ve ever had more than two in a day.
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Well found Saki , to find just one is enough let alone three in one session :thumbsup:
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Greedy....lol :lol:

Great pictures, hat trick of silver what’s not to like

Well found and saved :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

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Cracking day, wow, three in a row , brilliant well found and well saved. :clapping:
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