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Found between rows of sugar beet about 4" down. The land is heavy clay so its beginning to set like concrete but still soft at the depth found. Deus Lite, Hot programme, 11" coil, sensitivity pushed to 93
. So....I'm guessing Edward I London mint but am struggling to get anywhere near the class, but I'll take a punt at Class 2 out of shear blummin mindedness. Contractive mark wedge ?
However I'll have a few quid on who will know
. Also a thingy....., looks to have a bit of age but probably nothing, but you never know
(scale small graduations 1mm)
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