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Military stuff in a frame from asda
Military stuff in a frame from asda
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Now that is pretty cool Joe...nice one :thumbsup:
One for the mancave :ugeek:
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Blackadder43 wrote: Sat Aug 29, 2020 5:23 pm Now that is pretty cool Joe...nice one :thumbsup:
One for the mancave :ugeek:
Think i might do a few more . All our finds are just sat in boxes in a cupboatd . Bit of waist really isnt it.
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joemole wrote: Sat Aug 29, 2020 5:32 pm Bit of waist really isnt it.
I said that to her ladyship the other day and copped an unfortunate one beside the lughole for my troubles :lol:

It's amazing, isn't it, how most things can be adapted to show off the fruits of our labour, eh? Nice one :thumbsup:
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I might do a spindle whorl one next
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Great job. I like that a lot :thumbsup:
Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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Oxgirl wrote: Sat Aug 29, 2020 6:10 pm Great job. I like that a lot :thumbsup:
So easy and cheap to do . Not that old but all once personal to someone many moons ago
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That looks great Joe, :thumbsup:

I intend to do something similar, but I keep thinking that I need more and better finds to put on display. I'm very keen to put some Roman pot sherds in a frame, but I'm still waiting for my centre piece to come back from the FLO. :pulling hair out:
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TerraEnglandia wrote: Sat Aug 29, 2020 7:23 pm That looks great Joe, :thumbsup:

I intend to do something similar, but I keep thinking that I need more and better finds to put on display. I'm very keen to put some Roman pot sherds in a frame, but I'm still waiting for my centre piece to come back from the FLO. :pulling hair out:
Whats the cdmtre piece . Sounds interesting
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It probably isn't that good in fairness, but I really like it. It may be Roman (I think it is as I found it in the same area as multiple other greyware sherds), or it could be Post-Medieval according to the record? :D https://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts ... id/1003311

ImageFB4B3627 by Terra Englandia, on Flickr

The other contender for the center piece, is this sherd.

ImageFB4B3623 by Terra Englandia, on Flickr
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joemole wrote: Sat Aug 29, 2020 7:38 pm Whats the cdmtre piece . Sounds interesting
I think i need t go Specsavers after reading my last comment
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