Metal Detecting Medieval Coins " Jewelry at Market Place (Story 2)

I began carefully listening to the "broken" signals and soon was rewarded with a silver coin too.

Silver Coin in the Hole

Thin Silver Coin

Silver 1446 Half Grosz Minted in Poland During the Rule of Casimir Yagelonchik (Polish - Lithuanian Kingdom, 14-18 centuries)

Silver 1446 Half Grosz Poland

The reason that the silver coins of this type did not give out a "solid silver" signal was their thinness. I noticed that the cursor on the Explorer's display would register in the Pull-Tab area.

The Coin's Thinness

Meanwhile Dmitry found a nice belt buckle, circa 5th century (Chernyakhov culture).

Belt Buckle, ca. 500 AD

Unfortunate for Bob, he could not find anything remarkable, just fragments of rusty iron and aluminum wire. I moved to a different part of the field and recovered a nice medieval ring.

Medieval Bronze Ring with Inscription

The inscription on it was impossible to make anything out of it.

Ancient Bronze Ring


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