Finds from yesterday

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Out on a grass field that had been cultivated with heavy discs in preparation for a wheat crop later With the recent rain digging conditions were ideal and I found a mixture of items amongst them were a battered Victorian sixpence a Jaguar E-type toy car and a crude lead weight
The icing on the cake however was a Henry 111 voided sort cross penny Class 7a London mint moneyer RAVLF
Pleased with that, made my day
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Wow, nice Henry there, although he does look a bit grumpy in that strike

Nice array of signals there for the day :thumbsup:
Cheers for sharing
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Isn't that the D-type - much more interesting but not as sexy :lol:
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Looks like a great day and short crosses are always lovely finds. Well done :thumbsup:
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Is that button or cufflink silver? Its an old 18th century navy one I think. Need a close up to be sure :D
Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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D2 - 13"x11" coil - audio only.
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Lovely coin, Congratulations.. Love the car too! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Good selection of finds.
Well done, :thumbsup:
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Hi Origi
The button is indeed a silver naval button of the 18th century Well spotted I forgot to mention it Thanks for reminding me
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Nice hammy John and selection of finds your making a habit of them hammies long may it last :thumbsup:
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Good day out by the look of it :thumbsup:

Henry Coins always make me smile. The portraits always look very surprised. That one is a bit different, he reminds me of one of my dogs, a Schnauzer :D think it’s the snowball hair and whiskers, not to mention the big eyes.

Great find. Mine’s still on the waiting list :D
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