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Author Topic: Replicas of Detecting Finds . . .  (Read 477 times)
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« on: March 06, 2013, 10:41:26 AM »

As a detectorist, you may find the site I have linked below interesting.

Apart from selling replicas of finds, they also offer a service where they will duplicate a find for you. Handy if you and the farmer can't decide on who gets to keep the original find or before it gets declared as treasure (you have 14 days).

http://www.museumreproductions.co.uk/shop/viewcategory.php?groupid=41

Please note:  This does not mean we are encouraging members to buy multiple replica items to trick your mates when in the field! Although April Fools is coming up! Grin
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