a wet start to the day did not deter us.. we set off across the old deer park… very slow start which always mean i dig the iron targets to see what they might be… really old horse shoe… and Roman nails… so we kept at it… sure enough the musket balls, our lead thingys started popping, along with...
I got lucky again and found another Roman bronze coin in my favorite field in western mainland Europe.
It measures around 23-24mm in diameter.
The small bit of lettering on the obverse reads NVSP(possibly an E after that)
The small bit of lettering on the reverse reads (possibly AH)AT
Had a major bucket lister on the weekend. I dug my first Roman silver coin.:hello2: Digging a denarius of any kind has been on the top of my bucket list ever since I moved to Europe over a year ago and I always thought I would never find one given my current luck but even a blind squirrel...
There are these three extremely small coins that I need help identifying. They look pretty old and fragile. My mother wants to know from what era they are. She's guessing they might be Roman coins
One of them has a face on the front and what seems to be three knights on the back. Not sure though...
Country Rome (ancient)
Type Common coin
Value Sestertius (0.01)
Weight 25 g
Diameter 33 mm
Lettering: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA
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I'm not even sure they are Roman, but a friend in England who saw them first hand said they were most likely a Dupondius and a Sesturtius.
OK this was my second or third outing the the field in Devon where I previously unearthed the beautiful Carnelian Domed Silver Thimble. We were on holiday...