Untected roman site

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Windigo

Hi all I'm delighted to come across a thriving detecting forum , just had a stonking week on a new permission and they was all found seperateley across a 40 acre field, so enjoy and i cany wait to get back out there at the weekend.
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Welcome aboard windigo that a great first post and looks like a lot more to come from that field :thumbsup:
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Nice to have you with us Windigo and good luck on your next visit to the field. :thumbsup:
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Our 200th member too :Party: Welcome aboard.


Congratulations on your new field. Looks like we'll be seeing some really amazing stuff from you. Superb news :thumbsup:
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Oxgirl wrote: Wed Sep 16, 2020 5:45 pm Congratulations on your new field. Looks like we'll be seeing some really amazing stuff from you. Superb news :thumbsup:
If you've impressed a Romanophobe like Cath with that little lot you know you're riding high :thumbsup:

Me, I love it and really look forward to seeing what else turns up. Nice one :thumbsup:
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hello!
Some nice roman coins there. much better condition than I get on my patch. Looks like a great site to explore. I will enjoy seeing what else it produces. :thumbsup:
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Those are in stunning condition compared with the vast majority of Roman that we see.

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Cheers peeps they they ain't bad and to be fair that's after I've cleaned em, here's a couple that I had off the same site yesterday,, pre cleaned of course
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Hi Windigo. Nice haul. :thumbsup:
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