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I niped out to my Roman permission for a few hours yesterday between showers. The field is still on barley stubble but that’s going to change soon, so trying to get a few sessions in before it gets its summer crop any day now.
I’ve only ever found Roman minims on this field in the past, so did not hold out much hope in the last half half hour before it got to dark to carry on.
As always in these cases, I was on my way back to the car when I got a really scatty signal on my DEUS with X35 coil on GMP special high tone program. Really weird signal as it had an iron grunt in three directions but a lovey loud and clear 82 in one angle, so being in the right area I decided to dig it anyway. Glad I did as 4’ under the surface this beauty popped out.
I’m cuffed to bits, this is my first ever Roman Silver, so any ID help would be appreciated