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lord of the north coin find

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Metal detectorist discovers 12th-century coin that belonged to 'lord of the north' in a field near Pickering
An amateur metal detectorist has uncovered the find of a lifetime in a field near Pickering.

https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/heritag ... ng-3009004

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Good old AMATEUR metal detectorists do it again - when are the PROFFESIONAL metal detectorist going to catch up :g43: :g43:

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Wow what a belting coin it is too :shock:
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And again...

"Coining it in! Incredibly rare 900-year-old silver penny unearthed by amateur detectorist in Yorkshire is set to fetch £15,000 at auction"

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... 5-000.html
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