Best finds from last year

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Impressive selection.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
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Well done Joe, some nice silver in that pile.... :thumbsup:
Been a slow start to this year for many folk, but looking forward to your finds and stories as we get going now with the season.....
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Wow, lots of goodies there. :thumbsup:

Do you have a favourite artifact too?
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TerraEnglandia wrote: Fri Aug 21, 2020 3:06 pm Wow, lots of goodies there. :thumbsup:

Do you have a favourite artifact too?
yeh i love that celtic toggle in the bottom right of the photo . 50ad to 50bc. whats yours ?
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Blackadder43 wrote: Fri Aug 21, 2020 2:45 pm Well done Joe, some nice silver in that pile.... :thumbsup:
Been a slow start to this year for many folk, but looking forward to your finds and stories as we get going now with the season.....
yes it has been slow but should pick now crops are coming off . weve been lucky having a few permissions on the doorstep
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Nice to see a whole array of finds like that. Shows you how many great finds, that we’d all be delighted with, aren’t old enough to be recordable on PAS but are still historically significant.

Well done :thumbsup:
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Well I thought the toggle you mention looked out of place?
The rest of it looks like Victorian park finds. Stuck out like a sore thumb! Well done anyway. :)
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Mucky wrote: Fri Aug 21, 2020 9:02 pm Well I thought the toggle you mention looked out of place?
The rest of it looks like Victorian park finds. Stuck out like a sore thumb! Well done anyway. :)
Theres a lovely denarius in there n a few williams . Had a good year last year but no hammereds . Got a new permission tomorrow. Cant wait .
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