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    Chapel field day 2+3...

    Did 13hrs this weekend on Chapel field gridding towards the main area. Many targets incl. a lot of musket balls, don't know what happened in this area as many of them are military related. A couple roman coins, getting fat Sestercius make me hoping for silver and i was right. Just a filled one, but i'm ok with that. The closer i get to the main area the more lead was turning up. Best find was a little roman eagle decoration. Bad thing is, the field will be seed next week so this was the last hunt there for this year...
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  2. #2
    Quite a busy weekend of digging there mate, and some nice finds. looks like a dagger or knife terminal...great find.

    SS
    Don't piss down my back, then tell me it's raining.

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Searcher View Post
    Quite a busy weekend of digging there mate, and some nice finds. looks like a dagger or knife terminal...great find.

    SS
    You can bet my back and arm hurt Colin! I had only this weekend and did my best to cover as much as i could.
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    Nice finds!

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    But still, you know where you got to, and you can carry on next time. All will come good, this is just the start.
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    TOO BUSY TO DETECT,YOU'RE TOO BUSY!!!

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    us
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    Nice pile of coins Lu. You have a starting point for next season. Good luck.

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    Very well done! Some excellent finds for such a brief window of time. That's a lot of targets for sure!
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    many nice finds! gz! :thumbup:

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  10. #10
    Thanks all for the replies!

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    Those are some very nice finds, Westfront!

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    Nice digs.

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    Nice variety there, and some nice finds as well. Those pesky musket balls! But you have to dig them!

 

 

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