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Pins... the top one being the most recent find

This fine example was found at Denby literally loose in a stone block of a collapsing bridge retaining wall.. the pin is more or less as originally forged and has the an angled chisel type point with the original forging marks - a fine example.

This photograph is by ICLOK and was uploaded July 27th 2009. © ICLOK please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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