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  1. Elizabeth 1st Hammered Coin

    Hello everybody. Not been on for a while but I’m still getting out occasionally with the XP. Had this lovely little Elizabeth 1st three farthings, this coin has had its rose and date removed in antiquity to pass as a 1 penny. Seems like there were rouge’s about in those days to🤣🤣 SS
  2. Edward 1st Hammered Coins

    Hello everybody, my first post for quite a while. I’m not doing as much detecting as I use to due to arthritis in my knees which makes it difficult. But today managed a good few hours on a old site and had the most hammered coins I’ve had in a session. I think they are all Edward 1st pennies and...
  3. Carp Fishing

    :hello: I have been doing a lot of carp fishing the last few years, fishing a local syndicate and getting a few of the bigger fish.:icon_thumleft: SS
  4. Ad's

    :hello2: Just come back to Treasurenet after a break, but I must say the Ad's..... there doing my head in.. :laughing7::laughing7: ..is there a way to get rid.:laughing7: SS
  5. Coin From The Anarchy..King Stephen 1096/1154

    :hello: I have not been on Treasurenet for a long time, to be honest lost a bit of passion for the detecting but I thought I might show you a first for me that I found last time out back in August. The cut half coin is that of King Stephen from the time of the Anarchy in English history...
  6. Club Dig Produces Roman Silver

    :hello: I'm not a big fan of club digs, but the one I joined a couple of years back does get some good land to search, so I pop along from time to time if I fancy the area they are going to, and Sunday gone they were. We hit some fields that had produced saxon finds from the previous week and...
  7. Carp Fishing

    Had some really nice fish this year
  8. Rare coin heartbreaker..

    :hello: Been a long while since I posted anything on T.Net, metal detecting has taken a back seat in the last four years, but over the last few weeks I have been doing a bit again on one of my old sites, The Medieval Gold Stirup Ring Field. And I have gone and found one of the rarest coins...
  9. Stay Safe You Guys Across The Pond

    :icon_thumleft: Just wanted to say I hope you guys across the pond are all safe and sound from that terrible weather that's pounding you over there. It looks like it's down grading now, but hope you and your families are all safe, see you all soon on the board and posting.:thumbsup: Silver...
  10. Roma Siliqua Of Julian..

    It's fair to say it has been a long time since I detected never mind finding anything worth while posting :unhappysmiley: Yesterday I went out on a club dig, I have joined this club because it's well run, and the organiser works hard for good land. We hit a Roman area near Pocklington in...
  11. Still enjoying the fishing.

    Well it's fair to say the detecting over the past three years has took a back seat. Still enjoying the Carp fishing, he's a few recent captures.:icon_thumleft: SS
  12. Deus does the buisness....Viking Hoard.

    Not a bad haul at all..:headbang: Viking hoard discovery reveals little-known king 'airbrushed from history' - Telegraph SS
  13. Post Your best finds That You Thought might have Made banner.

    Probably everybody that has posted on here over the years has made a find that they thought might have made the banner, but for one reason or another they slipped by. This is not a thread for complaining it just happens, perhaps the find never received enough votes, or perhaps the story line was...
  14. Robert 11 Of Scotland (1371-1390)

    :thumbsup: Well I hit the fields for the first time in about six months today, all the fields are well behind this year which actually suits me. I don't usually do club digs but when I learnt of the area they where going I was in...The vale of Pickering steeped in Ancient history...
  15. Dues having a fit..

    :icon_scratch::icon_scratch::icon_scratch::icon_scratch: Just wondered if anybody has come across this problem I had with the Dues. Whilst detecting a stubble field on Sunday the detector started having a fit, only this only happened on a certain part of the field about 20 yards wide. A fiend...
  16. 1st Century Penannular Brooch..

    :hello: A couple of years I managed to gain permission on a field that was in a very good area in the Yorkshire Wolds, I searched this field twice but both times there was only a small strip of the field in stubble, the rest had crop in it, and the crop was a no go area on this farm, but I did...
  17. The Old Footpath..

    :hello: We went back to the fields that we did last week to see if I could pluck another or perhaps a couple of hammered out. There are three narrow fields all in a row going down a slope, the middle one is grass and was full of .22 cartridges ??? The other two fields are in stubble, one is...
  18. First Hunt For A year..

    Today was the first time in very nearly a year I took out the detector for a swing :laughing7: and i'm glad I did because it turned out not to bad even though there was a biting wind and snow showers. luckily the very wet winter has delayed the farmers from ploughing the winter weat and there...
  19. This is whats keeping me away from detecting...

    This is what's keeping me away from detecting... And I can't see it ending anytime soon as it's forcast for December to be really mild over hear...you find me complaining.:thumbsup: SS
  20. Extremly Rare Millefiori Mount/Stud...

    :hello: I have posted this after a request from Crusader and Westfront. Although it's a find from a few weeks ago it's just come to light after being recovered from the scrap bucket after a heavy down poor revealed it. The find is a very rare 1stC Roman Millefiori Mount or Stud. (probably a...
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