Hammered For ID Please....

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Pete E
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I snuck out for a couple of hours to revisit the pasture field where I found the portion of a socketed axe head...

I have only been on it a few times but I have been convinced it might turn up a late hammered..

Previous visits have produced a lot of moo tube and canslaw, plus a few toasted coppers, but then the partifact that looked as if it might have some age..

This evening seemed to be a canslaw evening again, with the odd head scratching partifact just to tease me..

I then got a very shallow 13, and thought : "More canslaw!" or words to that effect...

You can imagine my surprise when the little hammered below popped out no more than 2" down, still in the roots of grass..

I am no good at IDing hammereds, but after squinting through my copy of Spinks, I am going to guess it's an Edward penny ??

If anybody can ID it properly, it would be most appreciated...
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Edward I 9b - London.

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Well done, unclipped with a comedy face. :thumbsup:
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Allectus wrote: Fri Apr 16, 2021 8:55 pm Edward I 9b - London.

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As always, many thanks for that....I think that is one of my earlier hammereds, so very pleased with that...
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Easylife wrote: Fri Apr 16, 2021 9:19 pm Well done, unclipped with a comedy face. :thumbsup:
I initially thought it had been clipped, but after removing the dirt, I think it's just been struck slightly off centre...
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Great coin :Star:
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Well done Pete . :thumbsup:
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