A few bits from today and a cut short cross for identification please!

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A few bits from today and a cut short cross for identification please!

Post by Elbasstardo » Sun Jul 14, 2019 12:45 pm

Hey guys

up early and a couple of hours out on the usual permission this morning before the rain and a couple of bits im well pleased with!

The first signal was this loverly spindle whorl, the first decorated one I've found everything off this piece of pasture has been plain...yawn this one to my minds a beauty! I would have been happy with just that today but...

Then a silvered mount, ive found 3 or 4 of these now from the same piece of land, my FLO suspects they might be pommels from a riding crop/short whip who knows?!

Then this cracking short cross silver. Im rubbish at id'ing these but im thinking Henry 2nd, Richard 1st or John, (hedging my bets!!!)

All with the ace 250, the spindle whorl was a really trashy signal not what id expect from a big lump o lead
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Re: A few bits from today and a cut short cross for identification please!

Post by fred » Sun Jul 14, 2019 12:47 pm

Well done. :D The rain was a nonevent here so just contemplating a couple of hours on the beach.
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Re: A few bits from today and a cut short cross for identification please!

Post by Allectus » Sun Jul 14, 2019 12:49 pm

Henry III 6c, Roger - Canterbury. ::g

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Re: A few bits from today and a cut short cross for identification please!

Post by Allectus » Sun Jul 14, 2019 12:56 pm

Allectus wrote:
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Henry III 6c, Roger - Canterbury. ::g

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Or 7a, Roger of R. ::g
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Re: A few bits from today and a cut short cross for identification please!

Post by Elbasstardo » Sun Jul 14, 2019 1:00 pm

Thank you Allectus! I was only 1 page away in the spinks book! I'm getting better!
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