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Bits and bobs from over the pond.


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A few bits from over here in England........pewter dog whistle,probably victorian.
Lead jockey pencil top....again victorian.
Seal........most likely Georgian and a vey old gaming piece........this is most likely to be medievil in date but could also be Roman.


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You guys are lucky , at least in your finds possibilities,,, thanks for posting them ,, I enjoy seeing them and just think back to what times were like when they were lost.
Do you think the losers of them items ever thought about our time period?? I'm sure they did, but couldn't have imagined exactly what has been accomplished since. Sorry,, just drifting off in thought.


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Great finds! I've detected many times in England and love the treasure's that are just waiting to be detected! there!! I have a very old silver charm that I need to get identified sometime. I detected it several years ago in England along with many other coins etc;. Looking forward to going back and detecting some more!