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The dates 1887 . I’ve tried to do a little search on it but can’t seem to find much . Does anyone know anything about them . Thanks in advance.
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That and a small bottle of milk. Amazing some of the nasty little tings that’s stick in your mind
Good session though. Always nice to find something like that.
I must admit I thought it was a canny find , I think I’m more pleased about it than the florin I found on the same session which I must say has come up a treat , a first for me .
Ide been in this paddock before but nearly wrote it off as it’s stuffed with bits of scrap ally, lead & iron etc . Almost deafening.
I usually stick to the land behind it as not even 700 yds away there was a 12 cent fortified Manor House , Saying that I’ve only ever managed two hammerds off it loads of Georgian / Victorian stuff , I reckon most of it has gone too deep as it’s ridge n furrow that as far as I’m aware never been turned over since it was worked with horses .i keep trying . Although I think il be hitting the paddock a lot more Now , there’s gotta be gold in there somewere