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    EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Hi All......today turned out to be the best days detecting so far this year, went back to one of my favourite Fields and was met with a glorious sight ploughed and rolled this is the Field that produced the Celtic Brooch that made the banner, it's also given up Roman Brooches and coins, and Silver hammered parts of the field can be very queit and it was on this part that the first coin came up a half groat of Edward111 as you can imagine I was thrilled to bits but as I walked forward a couple of steps I picked up a faint but positive signal I dug down and out popped two not one but two Groats again Edward111 now my hart was racing and I new I was on a hoard or purse spill what seemed like an age but was probably only a couple of minutes went by and another half groat with a fresh piece missing from the top made an appearance (I later found the missing piece) I went on to recover four more groats and one outher half groat, there is a good chance of more coming of especially when the ground settles down a bit more any way hear's the pictures TK
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    us
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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    HOLY SH~T TK.....I have no idea on a Groat but I know something about Sweet Find's and you just posted it........UNBELIEVABLE..HAT'S OFF TO YA!!!!!!!

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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by civilman1
    HOLY SH~T TK.....I have no idea on a Groat but I know something about Sweet Find's and you just posted it........UNBELIEVABLE..HAT'S OFF TO YA!!!!!!!
    Hi.....a groat is four pence half groat two pence, this would have been a massive loss
    Don't piss down my back, then tell me it's raining.

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    gb
    May 2008
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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    bit of a kleenex moment there
    Who needs Cartwheel Pennies anyway?

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    gb
    Aug 2006
    essex, england
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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Amazing!!!
    FIND OF A LIFETIME
    weldone.
    Dave.
    explorer and tesoro silver sabre   user

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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    bit of a kleenex moment there
    There will be when I have to hand them in
    Don't piss down my back, then tell me it's raining.

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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by davesx
    Amazing!!!
    FIND OF A LIFETIME
    weldone.
    Dave.
    Bit of good luck that's all it takes Dave
    Don't piss down my back, then tell me it's raining.

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    us
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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    She does look like a goat. Probably lost by a rich noble running for his life, not wanting to support that bugger. He was a deviate like a certain president we had.

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    us
    Apr 2008
    Eau Claire, WI
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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    There will be when I have to hand them in
    ?? why can't you keep the coins??
    Don't let the truth get in the way of a good story.

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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Mojo_Risin
    There will be when I have to hand them in
    ?? why can't you keep the coins??
    Hi...two or more Ancient coins of precious metal are classed as treasure and you have to declare them
    Don't piss down my back, then tell me it's raining.

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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    My, God--that's unbelievable.



    This is a Banner Post--but I'm waiting for you to add the photos of the rest of the hoard so that we get a group shot of the coins before I recommend your post.
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  13. #13
    seger98

    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by tyre kicker
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Mojo_Risin
    There will be when I have to hand them in
    ?? why can't you keep the coins??
    Hi...two or more Ancient coins of precious metal are classed as treasure and you have to declare them
    So who has to know? did someone see you dig them? I see nothing, I hear nothing...

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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckleBoy
    My, God--that's unbelievable.



    This is a Banner Post--but I'm waiting for you to add the photos of the rest of the hoard so that we get a group shot of the coins before I recommend your post.
    Hi BB.....the coins shown in the group photo are what come from the ground today, ill hazard a guess and say that a few more might show up this season but this spot could keep producing the odd coin for years to come
    Don't piss down my back, then tell me it's raining.

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    Re: EDWARD111 SILVER HOARD

    Other than the obivious Banner statement (which this surely is!), all I can say is:
    'It must be a dream come true'

    I don't think I even own 1 groat, let along a hand full

    I would have been happy with just one of those.

    I can't see the BM wanting those (might be wrong), but I hope you get to keep them.
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