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Evening all :thumbsup:
I've not been around much on the forums lately, no real reason, just having a rest I suppose.
Still been out digging when possible and have been finding some nice bits and bobs. Had this nice Tasciovanos unit a couple of days ago, VER for Verulamium.
Well chuffed with it, first Celt of the year :D :thumbsup:
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Very nice find! what part of the country are you detecting in?
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Pete E wrote: Sat Feb 27, 2021 9:17 pm Very nice find! what part of the country are you detecting in?
Catuvellauni country Pete, thanks :thumbsup:
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Nice one. :thumbsup:
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Cheers for that...would give my eye teeth for something like that, but not much chance here in NE Wales....
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Pete E wrote: Sat Feb 27, 2021 9:23 pm Cheers for that...would give my eye teeth for something like that, but not much chance here in NE Wales....
They are my most wanted Pete, I detect fields where ive had them for many days a year to try and find more, sometimes with results and sometimes without, but I always go back .
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Ooooh very nice indeed :Star: I am very jealous. Hope a few more come up for you and maybe a gold one or two as well.

Nice to be out again isn’t it :D
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Stunning find . . . . are these little beauties a rarity up north?
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TerraEnglandia wrote: Sat Feb 27, 2021 10:21 pm Stunning find . . . . are these little beauties a rarity up north?
You may be on the Edge of Corieltavi tribe terratory TE, depending on where abouts in NYorks you are, they are the most northerly coin producing tribe but dont go much further than the Humber although there are odd finds all over Britain :thumbsup:
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Oxgirl wrote: Sat Feb 27, 2021 10:15 pm Ooooh very nice indeed :Star: I am very jealous. Hope a few more come up for you and maybe a gold one or two as well.

Nice to be out again isn’t it :D
Yep, its nice to be out Cath, still feel a bit like I shouldnt be there but when I popped to Cambridge today and saw the hoards of people going canoing and with bikes atop cars it made me think :silent:
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Ooooh you may have not been around much, but when you do pop in look what you show us! :clapping:
Lovely find my man, and hope there is more to come
Makes me wanna go out and trudge the mud round these here parts :lol:
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Blackadder43 wrote: Sat Feb 27, 2021 10:59 pm Ooooh you may have not been around much, but when you do pop in look what you show us! :clapping:
Lovely find my man, and hope there is more to come
Makes me wanna go out and trudge the mud round these here parts :lol:
Cheers Bruce, good to hear from you :thumbsup: Ive had a few nice bits lately, the last year has really emphasised the fact that it really is a numbers game, youve got to be in it to win it, the more times your out the more you find.
I realized this was all true when I didnt go out digging for most of the year and I didnt find anything :lol: :lol: :lol:

Try and get yourself out mate, good for the body and the mind, all the best,
Phil :thumbsup:
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When I saw the title I thought this was going to be a thread about Holzhammer's little doggie :lol: But I should have known it'd be Phil putting up yet another cracking find. Great stuff, sir, and well done on finding something which still eludes me.

Great to see you back on these pages, fellah :thumbsup:
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Pete E wrote: Sat Feb 27, 2021 9:23 pm Cheers for that...would give my eye teeth for something like that, but not much chance here in NE Wales....
Your going to have your Eye teeth for an eternity Pete up this area. They just aren't up here . :D
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Bors wrote: Sun Feb 28, 2021 7:43 am Your going to have your Eye teeth for an eternity Pete up this area. That type of Coinage just isn't up here .There has never been any , Gold or Silver Staters either to my knowledge ever been found . :D
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