This was out 3rd visit with still a large section of the field to cover.
The stubble was fairly soft and the soil is a silty loam which is lovely to dig as it's quite loose.
We were confident that there would be further Medieval artefacts within the plough soil.
Apart from a few Medieval artefacts, nine Medieval and Post Medieval coins were recovered.
Modern coins were also found, including a nice George III sixpence dated 1816.
A surprise find was a Roman trumpet brooch.
Another nice recovery was a bi-conical and decorated spindle whorl.
A large amount of Post Medieval coins have been recovered in this particular field as well as a few dress hooks.
All together, we recovered 9 silver hammered coins.
HD images for the days finds can be seen here.