Revisiting the Site of Medieval Market, Finding Silver Coins

With my Minelab Explorer II, I searched the entire strip for signals, and there were not any! Not even a signal of rusty iron. This was a mystery. No doubt, someone carried out a "sample-excavation" project here and ridded the strip of any targets.

But there were iron and broken signals everywhere else. Finally a good solid signal - first silver coin!

1625 3 Polker Coin, Poland


1625 3 Poltorak (or 3 Polker, minted under the rule of Sigismund III Vaza in Poland)

1625 3 Poltorak Coin, Sigismund III


The Coin's Legend on Obverse: SIGIS.3.D.G. REX.P.M.D.L. - Crowned shield
The Coin's Legend on Reverse: MONE NO REG POLO - 24 within orb dividing date

I wished we arrived here earlier and had more daylight. Now the darkness was enveloping us fast but it would not spoil the upcoming fun.

Sunset


We turned our head-lamps on and continued. Next, another silver coin showed up in the hole.

Silver Coin Dug


1624 3 Poltorak

1624 3 Poltorak Silver Coin


The Coin's Legend on Obverse: SIGIS.3.D.G. REX.P.M.D.L. - Crowned shield
The Coin's Legend on Reverse: MONE NO REG POLO - 24 within orb dividing date


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