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Today I found a thruppeny bit while weeding.

1954, which gives an earliest date, and can't be later than 1971. Not
bad condition considering...

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On 24/07/2020 22:23, Vir Campestris wrote:
Today I found a thruppeny bit while weeding.

1954, which gives an earliest date, and can't be later than 1971. Not
bad condition considering...

Andy


Must be in a state if it hasn't been weeded for 50 years
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On Fri, 24 Jul 2020 22:54:58 David Hill wrote:

On 24/07/2020 22:23, Vir Campestris wrote:
Today I found a thruppeny bit while weeding.
1954, which gives an earliest date, and can't be later than 1971.
Not bad condition considering...
Andy


Must be in a state if it hasn't been weeded for 50 years


Well, what about those fields where Roman coins are found? ;-)

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On 24/07/2020 22:54, David Hill wrote:
Must be in a state if it hasn't been weeded for 50 years


We've found a lot of Victorian pottery fragments, quite a few clay pipe
stems, and something that one day I must get checked - it just _might_
be Samian ware.

And a whole lot of ground elder

It's been weeded, if not very well for the 5 years or so before we
bought the place, but this was a brown coin on brown earth. Easy to miss.

Andy


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