Elizabeth I threepence, Henry VII halfpenny & a Henry VI annulet-issue halfpenny, both London

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I have had a famine on the silver front since June :thumbdown: . I’d got used to regular silver finds so it’s been a bit of a shock. However I have 2 new fields and they seem to like me :D

In my second hole out popped the first one. A quiet period that lasted about 30 minutes popped out the Lizzie sixpence and 4 hours later, almost back at the car I found my third :D That’s August sorted then :Party:

No idea what the two halfpennies are. Unless they are clipped pennies? I’m so tired the thought of going upstairs and studying Spinks is beyond the realms of possibility. I need my last ounce of strength to open the wine! :lol:
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Well done you, that's a very promising start. :thumbsup:
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Cracking day that. :thumbsup:
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The silver gods took pity on you today
Well found, bodes well for these new fields :thumbsup:
Opening wine is far more important than finding books :lol:
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You,ve had a good day three hammered very good going Well done
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Blackadder43 wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 8:27 pm The silver gods took pity on you today
Well found, bodes well for these new fields :thumbsup:
Opening wine is far more important than finding books :lol:
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I agree, getting an ID from spinks is much easier after a bottle of wine, it just might be a tiny bit less accurate.
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Cracking stuff, Cath and very well done :thumbsup:

I'm totalled meself so Spinks can sit where it is for a bit but is the middle one possibly Henry VII?

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Elizabeth I threepence, Henry VII halfpenny & a Henry VI annulet-issue halfpenny, both London. ;)

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Allectus wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 8:32 pm Elizabeth I threepence, Henry VII halfpenny & a Henry VI annulet-issue halfpenny, both London. ;)

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Jamesey1981 wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 8:31 pm I agree, getting an ID from spinks is much easier after a bottle of wine, it just might be a tiny bit less accurate.
I’m rarely accurate anyway, but at least I would have had something to blame it on :rollinglaughing:

P.S. thought the lizzie was a sixpence, I rest my case :Party:
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Well done Cath, :thumbsup: did you manage to get the wine open :D
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bob79 wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 8:45 pm Well done Cath, :thumbsup: did you manage to get the wine open :D
Oh yes :D I handed the bottle to my husband and hey presto I got a glass of wine :Party:
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Oxgirl wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 8:47 pm Oh yes :D I handed the bottle to my husband and hey presto I got a glass of wine :Party:
Ha, us blokes do have a use after all :D
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Well done Cath, although I must confess to be feeling quite envious! :thumbsup:

Enjoy your well deserved glass of wine ( I do hope it's red). :D
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TerraEnglandia wrote: Wed Aug 26, 2020 8:59 pm Enjoy your well deserved glass of wine ( I do hope it's red). :D
I don't suppose she's bothered ;)
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