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  1. #61

    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

    Quote Originally Posted by CONSTANTINVS
    Saxon coins are incredible, ..... in my country equivalents in the period and who replaced the Romans were the Visigoths ... but unfortunately only produced gold coins (they are too few), the Visigoths , the capital in Barcelona (King Ataúlfo) and later in Toledo. (King Leovigildo). was a German immigrant people who came to allude to the Roman Christians to expel the barbarians of Hispania .... but ended up staying for like .... Rulers Saxon.
    sure your saxon coin and my sculpture of Apollo , friends will be up there!

    Congrats on the Banner !!
    Yes they are amazing the different designs to each series, and pennies never fail to amaze me it's what our detecting dreams are made of

    SS
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    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Searcher
    Quote Originally Posted by CONSTANTINVS
    Saxon coins are incredible, ..... in my country equivalents in the period and who replaced the Romans were the Visigoths ... but unfortunately only produced gold coins (they are too few), the Visigoths , the capital in Barcelona (King Ataúlfo) and later in Toledo. (King Leovigildo). was a German immigrant people who came to allude to the Roman Christians to expel the barbarians of Hispania .... but ended up staying for like .... Rulers Saxon.
    sure your saxon coin and my sculpture of Apollo , friends will be up there!

    Congrats on the Banner !!
    Yes they are amazing the different designs to each series, and pennies never fail to amaze me it's what our detecting dreams are made of

    SS
    has the look view of Numismatic (like me ).... that this is the more rare coins better. Saxon and Visigothic coins marking the beginning of middle age and have something of Roman and Medieval.

    Here you can see what they were rare coins of the Visigoths ..... one of my dreams is to find one.

    http://www.soleryllach.com/subastas/...s/01/0197g.jpg
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  4. #63

    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

    Quote Originally Posted by CONSTANTINVS
    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Searcher
    Quote Originally Posted by CONSTANTINVS
    Saxon coins are incredible, ..... in my country equivalents in the period and who replaced the Romans were the Visigoths ... but unfortunately only produced gold coins (they are too few), the Visigoths , the capital in Barcelona (King Ataúlfo) and later in Toledo. (King Leovigildo). was a German immigrant people who came to allude to the Roman Christians to expel the barbarians of Hispania .... but ended up staying for like .... Rulers Saxon.
    sure your saxon coin and my sculpture of Apollo , friends will be up there!

    Congrats on the Banner !!
    Yes they are amazing the different designs to each series, and pennies never fail to amaze me it's what our detecting dreams are made of

    SS
    has the look view of Numismatic (like me ).... that this is the more rare coins better. Saxon and Visigothic coins marking the beginning of middle age and have something of Roman and Medieval.

    Here you can see what they were rare coins of the Visigoths ..... one of my dreams is to find one.

    http://www.soleryllach.com/subastas/...s/01/0197g.jpg


    I can see why it would be a dream to find one of those it would be mine also

    SS
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    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

    good job silver searcher

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    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

    man, you guys got it good over there! congrats

  7. #66

    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.



    The saxon Styca I found with the Sceat has been ID it's a irregular issue Northumbrian styca 843-855, these coins are a attempt on copying of the ruler/ monyer, often blundered.

    Obverse ...Pseudo legend.
    Reverse ...Puesdo legend.

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    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

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    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.



    Congratulations!

    That must be a rush.

    It looks like I might be making my way to your side of the pond for the first time this year- can you recommend any tour groups for Yank diggers like myself? Hopefully somebody who'll take care of all the legal niceties and who won't salt the ground with planted finds?

    I'll only have about a week- my goal is to find at least one Roman bronze and one hammered silver- really any coin which predates the oldest I've dug over here (currently my oldest is 1658).

    (Edit to add: those are my hopes, anyway- I dunno how realistic it is to hope to fulfill those goals within one week, but I intend to work hard for it.)

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    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.





    Hmm... that ain't British... the portrait looks like Napoleon I!

    Love the counterstamped copper, too, BTW.

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    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

    Quote Originally Posted by lordmarcovan




    Hmm... that ain't British... the portrait looks like Napoleon I!

    Love the counterstamped copper, too, BTW.
    That is exactly what that coin is a 1811 Napoleon Dd60
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  12. #71

    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.



    Thanks for posting that that worn Silver coin got over looked because of the outher finds I have been meaning to ID it but have never got around to it :P now you have done it for me

    SS
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  13. #72

    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

    Quote Originally Posted by lordmarcovan


    Congratulations!

    That must be a rush.

    It looks like I might be making my way to your side of the pond for the first time this year- can you recommend any tour groups for Yank diggers like myself? Hopefully somebody who'll take care of all the legal niceties and who won't salt the ground with planted finds?

    I'll only have about a week- my goal is to find at least one Roman bronze and one hammered silver- really any coin which predates the oldest I've dug over here (currently my oldest is 1658).

    (Edit to add: those are my hopes, anyway- I dunno how realistic it is to hope to fulfill those goals within one week, but I intend to work hard for it.)
    That's all gunna depend on were you are coming to in the UK, Bio Proff goes with the Colchester hunting group(I think) but I know there are plenty of weekend hunting clubs that would take you out, it will all depend on what's available at this time of year

    http://colchestermetaldetectingclub.webs.com/

    SS
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  14. #73
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    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

    CONGRATS.........AWESOME find........here in the states we can only celebrate with you.
    keep diggin

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    Re: It's Took Ten Years.....Saxon. Updated.

    nice coins!!!! congrats!!! MR TUFF
    oldest dug 1831 William IIII. 1844 1/6 Skilling. 1834,51,72,76,84-86,89,1900o-94s,97-11,13 Dimes. 1854,56,76s,94,99,1902,06,09d,11,15s Qtrs. 1864,65 2cent. 79,83cc Morgan. 1867,68,69,75,82,87,88,90,91,93,95,97,98,1900,02,0 4-09,11,12d Nickles. 1848,56,59,61,64-67-69,73-75,81-85,87-09 Cent.

 

 
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