Doneraile County Cork Hoard, 1853

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Doneraile County Cork Hoard, 1853

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I tend to research were I detect not just stick a pin in a map. Here is an article that may interest anybody who lives in Cork.

http://detecting.merseyblogs.co.uk/2006 ... count.html

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I didn't think 'tectin was allowed in Southern Ireland.
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No I don't think it is. I was just looking through some old books.

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