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    Last trip with some romans.

    Sorry been a while since i post something.
    Whent on detecting trip 2 months ago.
    Next trip is in the weekend 11 okt.
    Found 2 roman fibulas.

    See ya on the next hunt.
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    Great to see a post from you, Willems! Congrats on the two beautiful Roman fibulas! The second one has some wonderful ornate designs on it. These are super old relics that we can't find here in the States.

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    Thanks Tony. equal ended brooch 60-90 ad.
    The first is a langton down brooch.
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    Congrats once again on some marvelous finds . I really enjoy the pictures of the places you hunt , such beautiful , clean scenery .

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    Thanks cheap.

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    Very nice Willems. I hope to get over there some day and find some Roman goodies myself.
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    Nice to hear from you again. I'm already thinking about my trip to Europe, only two years away
    Good luck in October!
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    Nothing reminds me more of European detecting than scenic pictures from over there and fibulas , congrats on the ancient relics Willems .

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    Quote Originally Posted by del View Post
    Nothing reminds me more of European detecting than scenic pictures from over there and fibulas , congrats on the ancient relics Willems .

    Dan
    Haha yes Del but not al places are good.
    Roman is hard to find. Thats why whe are going to france.
    The same for medieval.
    17/1800 all over the place but if you want to find older you have to do your homework.

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    Some remarkable relics, Thx for posting.
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