The Track-Way Site - Day 8 - Hammered & Roman Silver...

CRUSADER

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Turned pretty mild again & the ground is back to sticky instead of frozen.
Probably past the half-way point now with a mega grid.
Silver streak still a live from the end of last year, but the Sceat Streak has ended.:laughing7:

5 hours 15 mins;

5 Scrappies - 3 pierced
Livery Button
Late 18th C Navy Button & 49th Regt of Foot Button
Tudor Button
Lead Token
Rose Farthing
Nice 14th C Medieval Buckle plus broken bits
2 Medieval Leather Mounts & a Box Tack
1 Penny-weight Bullion weight - 18th C
Roman Disc Brooch
Hammered Penny of Henry III (pretty nice one)
Silver Denarius of Titus (Shame it's broken we don't get many of him)

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Digger RJ

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Turned pretty mild again & the ground is back to sticky instead of frozen.
Probably past the half-way point now with a mega grid.
Silver streak still a live from the end of last year, but the Sceat Streak has ended.:laughing7:

5 hours 15 mins;

5 Scrappies - 3 pierced
Livery Button
Late 18th C Navy Button & 49th Regt of Foot Button
Tudor Button
Lead Token
Rose Farthing
Nice 14th C Medieval Buckle plus broken bits
2 Medieval Leather Mounts & a Box Tack
1 Penny-weight Bullion weight - 18th C
Roman Disc Brooch
Hammered Penny of Henry III (pretty nice one)
Silver Denarius of Titus (Shame it's broken we don't get many of him)

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Awesome!!!! Congrats!!!!
 

MD Ghost F75

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Turned pretty mild again & the ground is back to sticky instead of frozen.
Probably past the half-way point now with a mega grid.
Silver streak still a live from the end of last year, but the Sceat Streak has ended.:laughing7:

5 hours 15 mins;

5 Scrappies - 3 pierced
Livery Button
Late 18th C Navy Button & 49th Regt of Foot Button
Tudor Button
Lead Token
Rose Farthing
Nice 14th C Medieval Buckle plus broken bits
2 Medieval Leather Mounts & a Box Tack
1 Penny-weight Bullion weight - 18th C
Roman Disc Brooch
Hammered Penny of Henry III (pretty nice one)
Silver Denarius of Titus (Shame it's broken we don't get many of him)

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Always enjoy your posts. Incredible finds.
 

jewelerguy

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cool finds as always. I'm curious as to why the Roman coins are holed
 
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CRUSADER

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cool finds as always. I'm curious as to why the Roman coins are holed
The Saxon's turned them into jewelry in the late 5th C- early 6th C.
 

cannonball

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Turned pretty mild again & the ground is back to sticky instead of frozen.
Probably past the half-way point now with a mega grid.
Silver streak still a live from the end of last year, but the Sceat Streak has ended.:laughing7:

5 hours 15 mins;

5 Scrappies - 3 pierced
Livery Button
Late 18th C Navy Button & 49th Regt of Foot Button
Tudor Button
Lead Token
Rose Farthing
Nice 14th C Medieval Buckle plus broken bits
2 Medieval Leather Mounts & a Box Tack
1 Penny-weight Bullion weight - 18th C
Roman Disc Brooch
Hammered Penny of Henry III (pretty nice one)
Silver Denarius of Titus (Shame it's broken we don't get many of him)

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Very nice! So many buttons in those fields. Fantastic silver.
 

jewelerguy

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The Saxon's turned them into jewelry in the late 5th C- early 6th C.

Thanks for the reply Crusader. That's interesting. So could I assume some has been found in use as jewelry in Saxon grave sites?
 
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Thanks for the reply Crusader. That's interesting. So could I assume some has been found in use as jewelry in Saxon grave sites?
Yes, many found in graves of adults & children.
 

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