Please tell us a little about your finds and if possible add a few pictures.
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Just heard back from my F.L.O today after 3 weeks.
The British museum has dated my posy 1600-1650 the inscription says I hope in time.
So have qaulfied it has treasure. It's great news as the last ring
I handed in they said it was a 18th century copy of a medieval ring.
My F.L.O said he would forward all paper work.
(Qaulfies not declared)
Found this on my permission in county Durham.
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Congratulations. How long before you know wether you will get it back or not?
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WOW Fantastic well done
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What a beautiful find - makes you wonder about its back story - "I hope in time" - must have been a love story to go with that message on a gold ring.
Just lovely, thanks for sharing with us!
"There's treasure everywhere!" (Calvin & Hobbes / Watterson)
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An item of real beauty
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oh if only!!!!! very well found. Benny
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A nice example.
I have always liked these personal items.
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Lovely- can't beat a bit of the old buttery yellow stuff!
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Well found always nice to pull a treasure find out of the ground