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Today we detected together and I found my first hammered coin after 11 months of detecting, an hour later a second coin was found.
Equinox 600 used on Field 1 setting at multi frequency.
A wet field with clods of mud on your boots.
We think the first one is a William perhaps III penny.
Found at 5 " with a indicator of 13. .
We think the second one is a Henry VIII half groat
Found at 6 " with a indicator of 15. .
I would be grateful for a more accurate identification please.
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Very well done.
XP Deus I use the HOT programme on 17khz, reactivity at 2.5 on v5.21 with the X35 11” coil
Hammered silver 2019 - 23
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