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Thread: Several Tombac Buttons and a Roman Relic Today!

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    Several Tombac Buttons and a Roman Relic Today!

    Hi Diggers,
    I went out in the woods for about 6 hours today. Signals were sparse but I really enjoyed being out in nature! I found 4 tombac buttons which I think is a record for me. The pewter dandy button is something I haven't seen before. I initially thought it was a tombac but it started crumbling in my hand almost immediately. No coins today but I did find a very nice Roman bronze ring, probably for horse tack or a big leather belt. The buckle was a nice surprise too especially since it rang up just like all the bullet casings I was finding! Here's some pics. Thanks for looking and happy digging!
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    Another Roman find ! Have I told you lately how much I want to be you when I grow up ? German and Bavarian beer , ancient hammered coins , Roman artifacts

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    Lots of neat pieces of history there, Dave! You gotta love that green patina on the Roman bronze ring and the bronze buckle. As always, you did an amazing job of cleaning and preserving everything.

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    Find bird bones there too?
    Very nice buckle there buddy.

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    Great bunch of finds there Dave. You never disappoint!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger Don View Post
    Now come home, I have some permissions waiting for you!
    It's going to be tough adjusting to US finds again. Good going, Dave!

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    Nice finds and thanks for sharing!
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    More nice digs Dave. Do you find a lot of spent ordinance?
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    Nice!
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    Another batch of cool finds Dave!
    Congrats!

    That earring looks out of place in that picture.
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