Charles I Penny for ID

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shaggybfc
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Yesterday was my best day out since the restrictions were lifted (only 4 trips out but hey). This little un' came up from about 8" on cultivated land - rang in at a 63 / 65. The land had been flooded until recently and over that last week has dried out nicely. The Tinner program is still doing the business for me.
Is there enough detail on this to get a better ID other than a Charles I penny?I suspect not :)
Thanks :thumbsup:
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Dunno but some genius might get it, well winkled :thumbsup:
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Well done - love a Charlie boy :Party:

Are you finding the Tinner programme good? Really pleased to hear that because I’d forgotten about that one, although I liked it when I trued it. Where are you finding it works best?
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Many C1 have holes in them. :thumbsup:
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Oxgirl wrote: Mon Mar 01, 2021 10:42 pm Are you finding the Tinner programme good? Really pleased to hear that because I’d forgotten about that one, although I liked it when I trued it. Where are you finding it works best?
I would think probably for finding tins in a field somewhere? :lol:
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