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Hello!
My name is Paul. I live in Perm. It is east of Moscow in 1000 km. My device  (1) Garrett AT PRO ... American version. My device  (2) Whites Spectra V3i Vision.

 

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I have a lot of interesting finds. I'll be glad to new acquaintances.

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Welcome to the forum Paul from Southern California. Awesome pile of coins. Good luck!

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Welcome to the forum! I hope you will tell us about that amazing pile of coins when you have the time :smile:

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Yes, welcome to the forum, it's great to have someone from your part of the world here, I bet you have some interesting finds.

I too would love to hear the story on your coins, they look so thin too.

 

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Hi Paul,

Good to hear from you. Looks like you are in a good area with lots of history.

I too would be interested in learning what those silver coins are. They look to be hammered and some are struck off center. Did you find all of them at the same time? ?

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Welcome to the forum.

 

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3 hours ago, Rege-PA said:

Hi Paul,

 

I too would be interested in learning what those silver coins are. They look to be hammered and some are struck off center. Did you find all of them at the same time? ?


These are coins of the emperor Ivan the Terrible  ..https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_the_Terrible

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4 hours ago, Steve Herschbach said:

Добро пожаловать на форум! Я надеюсь, что вы расскажете нам об этой удивительной куче монет, когда у вас будет время :улыбка:


This is my treasure of the time of the Great Russian Imperialist Catherine.

 

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3 hours ago, Rege-PA said:

Hi Paul,

Good to hear from you. Looks like you are in a good area with lots of history.

I too would be interested in learning what those silver coins are. They look to be hammered and some are struck off center. Did you find all of them at the same time? ?

Coins were in one place. It was a treasure (540 coins)

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Wow! That is an incredible find! Awesome dog looks all worn out.

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