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Title: More Pasture Finds
Post by: celticspikey on March 12, 2019, 08:38:58 PM
Well sorry for hogging the posts guys, but due to the DW problems a while ago I was unable to put post up, so I'm playing catch up, I think there worth a show. Any way same pasture search with the Nox,  I just can't put it down in the fields at the moment so the Deus which you know I love is probably flat. I will fire it up soon and take it for a spin. The cracking Ring brooch which looks early Medieval came out lovely and deep but also directly below the iron nail, I am searching in 2 Tone only, all metal, you here the low Iron grunts with the sweet dig me signals coming through and Deeep....the 2 hammys followed as did the Roman Brooch which I have to admit is in two parts, which was down to my spade lol. Also the small buckle and a tatty strap end came out at the end of the search.... ;)       


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: relicron on March 12, 2019, 10:03:43 PM
dew,cracking finds again paul,well done butty,myself and tom,are hoping to get out Thursday,cheers Ron  ;)


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: probono on March 12, 2019, 10:16:42 PM
Nice stuff again.

Henry VI penny (annulet issue) and Edward I Dublin mint penny.

On the subject of detecting holes filling up with water, I remember one of the times when I went out for a dig with Mike - the water was filling right up to the top of the hole - that was certainly challenging, and that wasn't on a beach or near a river either!


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: Mungo on March 12, 2019, 10:22:54 PM
 8) cracking finds.........


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: Greg on March 12, 2019, 11:20:52 PM
I think that Dublin penny, is something special, thanks for sharing.


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: roughneck on March 12, 2019, 11:26:47 PM
WoW !!!  Lovely finds once again Paul.  The Nox is certainly living up to its reputation.  Cheers.  Tom


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: Val Beechey on March 13, 2019, 12:22:37 AM
Well done again Paul. I like the brooch. Itís very delicate compared to some and patterned, lovely.
Nice to hear youíre still impressed with the NOX. Itís certainly doing its job for you.

Hope Iím as lucky when I start back again. Got to sort out the settings again after mucking it all up last time in my field. Got it all set up, working a treat, went across the field no problem, strait under the power lines. Coming back I think they must have changed the power over and the NOX went crazy. Ended up changing From Field 2 to Field 1 by mistake and loosing some settings.
Should have bought the 800. You canít save settings on the 600. Hey Ho !
Thanks for posting after waiting so long.


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: Neil on March 13, 2019, 09:17:08 AM
Love the heavy strike on the penny. Great finds as always.

Thanks for keeping the posts coming - it breathes life into DW.

Well done
Neil


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: wittsy1 on March 14, 2019, 04:44:57 PM
Cracking finds. Love the Iron Nail, it reminds me so much of my outings  ;D ;D


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: Val Beechey on March 15, 2019, 03:15:35 PM
Itís about the only find he canít beat us on Steve  ;D


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: celticspikey on March 16, 2019, 12:53:57 PM
dew,cracking finds again paul,well done butty,myself and tom,are hoping to get out Thursday,cheers Ron  ;)
Cheers Ron, look forward to your finds, good luck. ;)


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: celticspikey on March 16, 2019, 12:54:40 PM
8) cracking finds.........
Thanks Mungo... ;)


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: celticspikey on March 16, 2019, 12:56:10 PM
Nice stuff again.

Henry VI penny (annulet issue) and Edward I Dublin mint penny.

On the subject of detecting holes filling up with water, I remember one of the times when I went out for a dig with Mike - the water was filling right up to the top of the hole - that was certainly challenging, and that wasn't on a beach or near a river either!
Thanks Roland. You have to dig quick mate or the finds just sink out of reach, very frustrating lol.


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: celticspikey on March 16, 2019, 12:57:04 PM
I think that Dublin penny, is something special, thanks for sharing.
Thanks Greg, I think you are on the money being Dublin  ;)


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: celticspikey on March 16, 2019, 12:58:54 PM
WoW !!!  Lovely finds once again Paul.  The Nox is certainly living up to its reputation.  Cheers.  Tom
Thanks Tom, I am firing the Deus up next week for a search but the Nox is hard to put down I must admit.  :D


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: celticspikey on March 16, 2019, 01:00:12 PM
Love the heavy strike on the penny. Great finds as always.

Thanks for keeping the posts coming - it breathes life into DW.

Well done
Neil
Appreciate your comments Neil. As you say a good hard strike on the penny.  ;)


Title: Re: More Pasture Finds
Post by: celticspikey on March 16, 2019, 01:03:14 PM
Cracking finds. Love the Iron Nail, it reminds me so much of my outings  ;D ;D
I wouldn't have pulled the nail up Steve if not for the bronze buckle, don't normally dig the rusty stuff, that said it catches us all out occasionally  ;)


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