Local field

robfinds

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Dec 6, 2007
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After it stopped raining this afternoon. I popped on to a local field. It’s produced for me a lot of finds, over the years. It’s one of those fields, that always gives a little something. It was in stubble, but the stubble was fairly easy to search through. As well as finds, I’ve added a picture, of today’s fuel price, the prices shown are for a litre not a gallon 😢So it’s a good job l could walk to the site 😂. The silver coin is Edward l, Canterbury mint. Also in the picture two Medieval lead tokens. Robert
 

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JeffInMass

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Jan 14, 2006
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Cape Cod
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Minelab Equinox 600, Minelab Explorer SE Pro, Explorer XS, Fisher CZ6A
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Amazing finds- Congrats! I thought gas prices were ridiculous on Cape Cod!
 

CreakyDigger

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Upstate NY
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To me it's incredible what you can find in England....
 

Digger RJ

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Aug 24, 2017
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SW Missouri/Oklahoma
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After it stopped raining this afternoon. I popped on to a local field. It’s produced for me a lot of finds, over the years. It’s one of those fields, that always gives a little something. It was in stubble, but the stubble was fairly easy to search through. As well as finds, I’ve added a picture, of today’s fuel price, the prices shown are for a litre not a gallon 😢So it’s a good job l could walk to the site 😂. The silver coin is Edward l, Canterbury mint. Also in the picture two Medieval lead tokens. Robert
Awesome!!!! Congrats!!!!!
 

CRUSADER

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May 25, 2007
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ENGLAND
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One reason, I love my only transport - electric bike. (Cars are expensive & would require me to work more days..lol)
Those are actually proper Medieval Tokens, nearly all of mine are 17th-18th C, we don't get many Medieval types down here!
Congrats on another hammered, we like to get 1 silver an outing for a target & you seem to be doing that easily enough....
 

Rick (Nova Scotia)

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Really cool you can still find stuff like that on a well hunted field, within walking distance no less!
Maybe I should put on a small coil and revisit some local spots.

RE; gas price, it's about the same here (different currency), record high price for a liter set on Oct 22.
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cudamark

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San Diego
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Thanks Jeff, think we have higher fuel prices 👍
Yup, that's over $7.50 in U.S. dollars. Cheapest here in San Diego is over $4.00/gal. for gasoline/petrol which is bad enough!
 

Florida Finder

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Dec 17, 2020
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Southern States of America
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After it stopped raining this afternoon. I popped on to a local field. It’s produced for me a lot of finds, over the years. It’s one of those fields, that always gives a little something. It was in stubble, but the stubble was fairly easy to search through. As well as finds, I’ve added a picture, of today’s fuel price, the prices shown are for a litre not a gallon 😢So it’s a good job l could walk to the site 😂. The silver coin is Edward l, Canterbury mint. Also in the picture two Medieval lead tokens. Robert
Beautiful coin for sure! Congratulations on all your finds!
 

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