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My first gold noble of Edward 3rd .
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« on: November 04, 2022, 09:33:37 am »
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Out to day  Detecting on a stubble field and had some luck  Great out for 3 hours and found 3 silver hammered coins . The big one is a Groat od Henry 7th 1485-1509 .The small one is a Farthing of Edward 2nd 1307-27 .As for the broken [penny] Henry ??

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