Oh No, There's More!

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Got in from work & looking in shed for some emergency light parts for hospital jobs tomorrow,
thought what's that tucked under the work bench right in the corner at the back & NO not more stuff to wash & sort after doing loads the other day,
Oh well, plenty of time in the next few weeks to do it I suppose!
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Wow
Its actually astounding how many coins have been lost, dropped, thrown around in years gone by
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Have you been around to my house today my collection is so similar!!!

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looksold wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 7:58 pm
Have you been around to my house today my collection is so similar!!!
Ditto but even more. :D
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It's when I see great heaps like that that I'm glad I sort everything the minute I get back :)
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Some sort of electrical gubbins(I'm told it's a Deus). In various colours
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thefiggis wrote:
Fri Mar 27, 2020 6:12 am
It's when I see great heaps like that that I'm glad I sort everything the minute I get back :)
Now I can see where the idea of the TV programme "Horders" comes from . The bits of pottery puzzle me . Why bits of random pottery ? If it was a complete Jug or plate I could see the point, but hundreds of shards don`t exactly make any sense when they're brought back ,only to end up languishing in another dark place usually a shed or closed box and not much different to where they were found. So all that bending picking them up ends up pointless in the first place! x;
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Guess you could make your own mosaic
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You'll be busy for a while, cleaning all those grot coins. ::g
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