My first Benz: the 2015 CLA250 4matic.
I couldn't help but pick up a piece from yesteryear and of course paid the retro premium.
A few of these for the house
Sold my Ed White and bought this 1966 FLH first year of the shovelheads. She's pretty near original.
And now fitted to the beast.
A new resurface. Still One Watch.
New car for my wife.
A little passion wagon time in a couple of weeks
Private Security and everything
A piece of cheese and security is non existent
I think I found it. Struck in 1789 in several places and slightly different styles on the recovery King George III from porphyria, as his disease was then called.
You sir are a star, my thanks and well done.
Proving yet again what a wonderful forum this is
A Lamy 2000
Just think @Alpha a year earlier someone found Australia
That's a very nice artifact. Did you have a metal detector or did you just stumble upon it?
Nobody bothering minting anything commemorative about that event...
No metal detector, the fields are littered with pieces of broken crockery, glass, pieces of clay pipes etc. and I tend to keep my eyes open for the elusive crock of gold but on that day this piece was lying right in the centre of the combine harvesters tyre tracks.
I was told many years ago by a local worthy that way back the waste from the stables in Edinburgh plus household middens https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midden was transported by canal out to the farms in our area to be used as fertiliser and amongst all of this waste was many pieces of other waste which would obviously explain all the usual bits and pieces but why would this piece end up here ?
Some other recent bits and pieces -
This appears to be a coin, i'll try a little GENTLE cleaning and see if anything appears ?
Whole country is Mint still
Then it'll be a redial.
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