Jewellery - a sign of activity!

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Easylife
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All from my same local pasture permissions over the last few years.
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And much better!
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Clearly very popular particularly during Victoria's reign and the early 1900's.
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Bigtim1973
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That is some cool stuff!!
I use the XP ORX and XP Deus Metal Detectors.
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figgis
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Blimey, you could fill a car boot stall with that little lot! Great collection :thumbsup:
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I hardly find any jewellery- just buckets of buckles. Weird how we each find different runs on things :D
Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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Emily
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Dear god. Puts my single ring to shame and I’ve never found even a whiff of a brooch. 😂😂 well done!!
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Great collection indeed :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Dr otek pin pointer and etrac, not everyone's cuppa, but we're finding stuff
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