Treasure Hunting Medieval Gold (Story 3)

The second find was also a coin, very thin and bent, but I could ID this one.


1633 1 Solidus Minted in Riga (now a capital of Latvia)

1633 1 Solidus Riga Livonia


I began moving up the hill and onto the field which was plowed but not planted with crop. Next find was a relic - a fragment of bronze fibula.

Bronze Fibula Fragment


A Fragment of Cross-bow Fibula, circa 2nd-5th Centuries

Cross-Bow Bronze Fibula Fragment


Then I received a low-conductivity, pull-tab type, signal. I was expecting to dig up anything but gold. When my headlamp's light was reflected off the target's yellowish surface, I took a deep breath, or stopped breathing (I do not remember).


Gleam of Gold

Gleam of Gold Find


Being a little overexcited, I thought I found a bent gold coin.

Medieval Gold Medallion


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