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celticspikey
January 16, 2019, 05:00:21 PM
 Looks like it Neil, but a bit different than norm.
Neil
January 16, 2019, 04:29:15 PM
 Looking forward to seeing it.
Neil
January 16, 2019, 04:28:52 PM
 ooh you talking a limoges figure? I found one in the front of Mikes van once he was yet to ID! 
celticspikey
January 16, 2019, 02:37:00 PM
 Medieval figure, post tonight guys.
Phil Penderyn
January 15, 2019, 11:56:30 PM
 I guess i,ll turn the lights off ...Click !
gesza
January 10, 2019, 12:56:19 PM
 Afternoon all hows it going 
GJH
January 06, 2019, 06:23:21 PM
 Well done Newport

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George III sixpence 1816
This is a George III sixpence found Near Kington in Herefordshire at a depth of just three inches on pasture.
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Posted by Norman Price
Oct 28, 2011
in Georgian and Modern (1714 - pr…
 
Henry III Penny
A Henry III class V Penny. London Mint found at Almeley in Herefordshire. Double striking obvious to both sides and found at about Eight Inches on Pasture.
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Posted by Naughty Norman Price
Nov 16, 2011
in Medieval (1066-1485)
 
Napoleonic Sword Belt Buckle
ID: napoleonic sword belt buckle
Finder : Jon1987
Date: July 2011
Detector: Garrett Ace 150
Area: Pembrokeshire
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Posted by Tafflaff (Rob)
Oct 06, 2011
in Militaria
 
Lead Seal
A post medieval Lead seal found at 2 inches near Kington in Herefordshire.
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Posted by Norman Price
Oct 25, 2011
in Lead Seals ( Bag, Cloth, Bale…
 
buckle
A part of a Shoe Buckle dated 1720 - 1790. Missing its pitch fork style tongue this is a Whitehead type VII that would have fitted to a Whitehead type 668 - 669 rounded Buckle. Found at a depth of 7 inches at Kinnerton in the Waltonbasin,Radnorshire Powys.
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Posted by Norman Price
Oct 25, 2011
in Buckles
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