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Finally, after sitting tight waiting for flood water to go down, then waiting for 6 inches of snow to clear, today was the day.
Fields reasonably dry (pasture) , weather was great, grass very short, all in all conditions couldn't have been better.
The pasture fields I targeted at the front of my house run down to the river and are fairly sandy and drain fairly quickly, however targets are few and far between and what does turn up is never older than Georgian.
But this afternoon this little Edward showed up, what a buzz this little coin gave me after so long not getting out.Always nice to get the first hammered of the year under your belt.
Not sure which Edward ( I'm hopeless with these little beggars) hence the shout for help, I do hope one of you coin wizards can help , thank you in advance, any help gratefully recieved and appreciated.
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Typically, the important bit's worn out but I'll aim some puntage in the direction of Edward II group 10 Canterbury penny. Group 10CF3?

You had a good day there :thumbsup:
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Thanks for that Figgis ,that's great.
Yes I did have a good day, just great to be out again, and finding a few bits is a bonus.
Cheers. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Oh, hellfire, don't rely on my ID! :lol: These Edwards drive me batty and I'm never likely to master them, but we do have them as do know and who may well be along shortly to correct me :D
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Edward II 11b - Canterbury.

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Well done, I see you found a fleam too! :thumbsup:
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figgis wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 6:58 pm Oh, hellfire, don't rely on my ID!
Allectus wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 7:11 pm Edward II 11b - Canterbury.

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Told ya! :lol:
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Allectus wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 7:11 pm Edward II 11b - Canterbury.

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Thanks for that Allectus,I really do appreciate help with those. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Easylife wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 7:14 pm Well done, I see you found a fleam too! :thumbsup:
You'll have to excuse my ignorance Easylife , I have no idea what a fleam is :oops: thanks for I D ing it for me.(which one is it ?) :?:
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Thanks Easylife, I have just Googled a fleam, looks like you are spot on :thumbsup: every day's a school day. :clapping:
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