After the Rain.

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Didn’t mean to post it just yet. Was getting nagged by wife. Apparently something called a washing machine had broken down. Anyway stopped raining about 15.00 yesterday, so had a few hours detecting. The hammered silver is an Elizabeth l three pence, the portrait is as usual very weak. The little copper coin is a James l farthing. Robert
 
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Didn’t mean to post it just yet. Was getting nagged by wife. Apparently something called a washing machine had broken down. Anyway stopped raining about 15.00 yesterday, so had a few hours detecting. The hammered silver is an Elizabeth l three pence, the portrait is as usual very weak. The little copper coin is a James l farthing. Robert
This is the other side of the two coins. The Elizabeth l is very typically weakly struck on the obverse.
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Hello, I’m new to everything on the site. Please excuse my question if it seems dumb.

Is any of that stuff worth much money?
Just a few pounds at most. The value is in the history, and enjoyment of finding them. Don’t get me wrong, if the obverse on the Elizabeth coin was in the same condition as the reverse 😀
 

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