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Worth the 10 month lay-off??

Please post any finds here that you wish help with identification.
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Worth the 10 month lay-off??

Post by oldartefact »

Had a bit of a rest from tecting .. so thought I would give myself a birthday present with a trip out..
plenty of time to do some old-maps research and found a track to the middle of nowhere, so with all other options already done.. I took a punt on the location "nowhere" ... here is my second signal.. I'll fill you all in on the other bleeps, as soon as I've spoken to the land owner.
Think that this one is an Eddy half-groat??.. beat up, but with some nice definition. its 22mm diameter, and came up a respectable 80 on deus fast.
Many thanks for the upload advice Bruce.
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