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    Ill John's monster double gold hoard pouch

    Yet another monster double gold hoard finder with the first one of RF's new land and then the Morni hoard. Love the petronel classic find. Had a real nice bonus Washington Condor token in with his greenies, first one of that type we have found


    Huge 17thC working toy petronel (pistol)


    What great find 1873 Birmingham solid silver pill box with 2 - 1870 continental coins inside


    1762 George III milled silver three pence

    Trinovantes British G “Clacton” quarter, Hobbs 192 Celtic gold 1/4 stater 50BC -reported as potential hoard to museum
    Chris Rudd 23.41 Clacton de Jersey - Classed as scarce
    1.41g, 11.93mm
    CCI 13.0054

    Addedomarus 45BC Celtic gold full stater CCI 13.0055 18.27mm, 5.47g


    Very crisp 4thC Roman bronze coin sent for ID
    This is a Constantinopolis - city commemorative for Constantinople - c 330-337. I know I sent you a write-up on city commemoratives within the last couple weeks. I see none of the exergual mint mark is left on this specimen, but the symbol in the left reverse field leads me to believe this was probably a product of the mint at Trier which used fieldmarks on city commemoratives more often than any other mint.
    Mark


    1795 Washington Grate Halfpenny
    Obverse: G. WASHINGTON. THE FIRM FRIEND TO PEACE & HUMANITY [cinquefoil]
    Reverse: PAYABLE BY CLARK & HARRIS 13. WORMWOOD St. BISHOPSGATE . LONDON / 1795



    1. 1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny
    2. 17thc hammered copper trade farthing - illegible>
    3. Roman bronze Constantinopolis - city commemorative for Constantinople - c 330-337 AD>
    4.1873 Birmingham solid silver pill box>
    6.1762 George III milled silver three pence>
    7.17thC working toy petronel>
    9. 1696 William III milled silver sixpence – lover token >
    10. 1921 George V milled silver sixpence>
    11. Georgian watch winder>
    12.1946 George VI milled silver sixpence>
    13. 17tHc Dutch lead bale seal>
    14. Georgian pill box lid>
    15. Illegible silver sixpence>
    16. Britannia badge>
    17. Post medieval Ecclesiastical mount>
    18. 16thC Tudor button>
    19. 15thC lead token>
    20. Post medieval lead bale seal>



    22 – 18th to 20thC copper coins>

    1.17 – 18th to 20thC copper coins
    12. Medieval lead coin weight>
    13. Post medieval lead hem weight>
    14. Georgian Buckle tongue>
    15.1795 Washington Grate Halfpenny >
    16. 4 Post Tudor buttons>
    19. 4thC Roman bronze coin - illegible>
    20. 2ndC Roman copper coin - illegible>



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    FloridaGene
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    Nice "Golden Pouch" John. WTG

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    UtahBen
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    What a great pouch! Congrats!

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    Very nice John.

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    VtHenry
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    Very nice pouch..

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    GeoDoug
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    Brilliant finds!!! Great job at hunting.

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