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Could someone point me to where I can read instructions as to how to upload photographs to the site please ?
Hopefully it will be in 'Janet & John' terms. :g46:
I have found my first silver coin today. :g50: A William IV dated 1835. Only 16mm with Britannia on the reverse but too worn/corroded on the reverse to see the value.

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That will be a groat Wigeon :g50:
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Check the date on your coin Wigeon as George 1V only produced groats in 1836 and 1837 :g43:
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dig-it-pete wrote:Check the date on your coin Wigeon as George 1V only produced groats in 1836 and 1837 :g43:
Thanks Pete. I think you mean William IV ?
I had read some on-line sites and looked at the images too. I became aware of the dates but look at it whichever way, I cannot make it a 6 or 7. Having said that the 8 has lost a bit and could easily be mistaken for a 9. Perhaps its 1837 and the erosion has made it look like a 5 ? I am as pleased as punch with my first silver coin though and a welcome distraction from all the musket balls, knackered copper, buttons etc.
Still have those enigmatic buttons to upload for ID though. Just need to get my head around the process.

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Thanks Brian & Mo'. That's given me something to think about ! :D :g17:

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Wigeon wrote:
dig-it-pete wrote:Check the date on your coin Wigeon as George 1V only produced groats in 1836 and 1837 :g43:
Thanks Pete. I think you mean William IV ?
I had read some on-line sites and looked at the images too. I became aware of the dates but look at it whichever way, I cannot make it a 6 or 7. Having said that the 8 has lost a bit and could easily be mistaken for a 9. Perhaps its 1837 and the erosion has made it look like a 5 ? I am as pleased as punch with my first silver coin though and a welcome distraction from all the musket balls, knackered copper, buttons etc.
Still have those enigmatic buttons to upload for ID though. Just need to get my head around the process.
Yes sorry Wigeon of course I meant William 1V - I was still waking up! :g42:
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oops Pete .stick to hammys ..tis hard to pin down those milled silvers he-he

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:hahaha: sorry PETE twas too good a chance yo pass up ..at least you didn't say SAXON, :xmasbiggrin :g38: :g6: :shock:

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topdog wrote::hahaha: sorry PETE twas too good a chance yo pass up ..at least you didn't say SAXON, :xmasbiggrin :g38: :g6: :shock:
Stop winding me up you bu**er :N Thought you would be buried under a pile of old Freelander bits by now :g20:
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:g48: OUCH :g44: that was well below the waistline . :g25: your elders or it will be :g26: name your seconds

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