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 on: Today at 02:40:45 PM 
Started by celticspikey - Last post by probono
Cracking finds again  - I was talking to a chap who detects Trowbridge way and he was saying what fertile ground it is (although nothing like the old days!).

Are you up to 100 hammies this year yet?
Hi Roland, Most of Wiltshire's soil is kind to coins and artefacts if you can walk over them Grin Do you remember the name of the chap, it could be one of my Trowbridge club members.  Wink 

He runs Bullion by Post and is a coin dealer as well - I've got his business card. I bough a miss-labelled siliqua from him - after I pointed out it was a commoner emperor, he said I could have it for the ticket price.......did get a nice Bristol farthing (at least much nicer than any I've found) from him Smiley

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 on: Today at 01:14:17 PM 
Started by celticspikey - Last post by celticspikey
Cracking finds again  - I was talking to a chap who detects Trowbridge way and he was saying what fertile ground it is (although nothing like the old days!).

Are you up to 100 hammies this year yet?
Hi Roland, Most of Wiltshire's soil is kind to coins and artefacts if you can walk over them Grin Do you remember the name of the chap, it could be one of my Trowbridge club members.  Wink 

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 on: Today at 01:10:24 PM 
Started by celticspikey - Last post by celticspikey
Fantastic finds once again Paul.  Love the Sceat and the buckle, finds that would grace anybody's collection.  And a huge thank you for the settings you've suggested for the Nox.  Me and Ron are hoping to get out when the rain finally eases.  Perhaps next week.  Please keep unearthing such wonderful finds and posting photos etc.  Cheers.  Tom.
Cheers Tom, good to see you guys out again in the fields soon. Best of luck, look forward to the finds you both make. Wink

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 on: October 14, 2019, 03:03:16 PM 
Started by celticspikey - Last post by probono
Cracking finds again  - I was talking to a chap who detects Trowbridge way and he was saying what fertile ground it is (although nothing like the old days!).

Are you up to 100 hammies this year yet?

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 on: October 14, 2019, 03:01:05 PM 
Started by probono - Last post by probono
Cool Cool cracking coin.............
Get back very soon mate.....what machine are you using. Wink

Nox 800 Smiley - been back a few times and gridded, but it is a strange place - mostly completely empty.....must have been a sheep farm only. Even the foot paths are empty.

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 on: October 14, 2019, 01:27:37 PM 
Started by celticspikey - Last post by roughneck
Wow!!!!  Paul.  That's a beautiful piece of jewellery .  I think we all understand where you are coming from with regard to the PAS and an over ambitious FLO.  Yours and other stories really do make us think about should we tell anyone where we find an item or indeed if we find an item in the first place.  As we can see from forums and FB etc, not many of the thousands of detectorists ever post details of finds.  Makes me wonder just what isn't being reported?
Anyway, we all hope you keep finding and posting, if it's only to make everyone else green with envy. 
Cheers and Happy Digging !!.   Tom

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 on: October 14, 2019, 01:19:01 PM 
Started by celticspikey - Last post by roughneck
Fantastic finds once again Paul.  Love the Sceat and the buckle, finds that would grace anybody's collection.  And a huge thank you for the settings you've suggested for the Nox.  Me and Ron are hoping to get out when the rain finally eases.  Perhaps next week.  Please keep unearthing such wonderful finds and posting photos etc.  Cheers.  Tom.

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 on: October 14, 2019, 01:11:29 PM 
Started by celticspikey - Last post by celticspikey
Great stuff Spikey!!
Thanks for posting your brilliant finds ......
I have been suffering now for over 3 months with back injuries,  and very sadly will probably will  be returning to detecting  Cry
You posting your finds helps me through the day..... please keep them coming mate  Smiley
All the best
Rob
Ah no sorry to hear that Rob, I hope your not in to much pain Undecided I guess your taking it easy then. I will keep up the searching and posting. Regards Paul Wink

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 on: October 14, 2019, 11:07:27 AM 
Started by celticspikey - Last post by nobby
Great stuff Spikey!!
Thanks for posting your brilliant finds ......
I have been suffering now for over 3 months with back injuries,  and very sadly will probably not be returning to detecting  Cry
You posting your finds helps me through the day..... please keep them coming mate  Smiley
All the best
Rob

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 on: October 14, 2019, 08:17:26 AM 
Started by celticspikey - Last post by Val Beechey
Thanks Greg. There’s been a fair bit of discussion about numbers on the NOX.

It’s something I noticed early on. Odd bits coming up on low numbers you wouldn’t have thought possibly worth digging on previous Minelabs.
They seemed to have clumped more non ferrous into a narrower band on the NOX.
I changed the Tone Break to accommodate because I tend to use my ears more than the screen and I was concerned I might be missing things.
Doesn’t change the fact that the ‘things’ have to be there in the first place  Roll Eyes

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