1680s - 1980s coin shoot

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joemole
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Me and shemoles finds from yesterday's 7 hour hunt . No precious this time but plenty of finds and carrier bag full of scrap .
1689 through to 1985
1689 through to 1985
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Plenty of digging there.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
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Your site shows lots of promise :thumbsup:
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With an array of coins with such a wide date range I imagine you’ll be busy on that permission for some time. There’s got to be some silver & gold in there somewhere fir sure. :thumbsup:

Good days detecting was had by all :D
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Ladybird66 wrote: Mon Sep 21, 2020 3:46 pm With an array of coins with such a wide date range I imagine you’ll be busy on that permission for some time. There’s got to be some silver & gold in there somewhere fir sure. :thumbsup:

Good days detecting was had by all :D
weve had few silvers on the same farm but different fields . we'll be back next week . cant wait
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any idea what that is , left side 2nd from top. its pewter i think .
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joemole wrote: Mon Sep 21, 2020 6:20 pm any idea what that is , left side 2nd from top. its pewter i think .
on the 2nd photo
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Good days digging there from you both Joe :clapping:
Quite a span of consistant coinage there too, indicates some use over the years
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looks like a fun day Joe, not sure about that bit, maybe put a couple more photos up :thumbsup:
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alloverover wrote: Mon Sep 21, 2020 7:54 pm looks like a fun day Joe, not sure about that bit, maybe put a couple more photos up :thumbsup:
cheers . i dont think its owt special , there was alot ofr crap found
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joemole wrote: Mon Sep 21, 2020 6:20 pm any idea what that is , left side 2nd from top. its pewter i think .
Maybe a drawer drop handle ?
A lot of the old tat can be just as informative as the coins. Shows how the fashions changed, hints at the prosperity (or lack of) of the local residents etc. I find bits like that just as interesting, if not more so.
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