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JANUARY 2015 PART VI Thames And Field 6 Mudlarking January River

JANUARY 2015 PART VI Thames And Field 6 Mudlarking January River

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Search had this large section of Bellarmine, shame it wasn't the face or the cartoosh. Next time mate! Search also had another Mills Grenade at the weekend.

Interesting finds from Coral and Sue. Looks like you guys had a great day. Some interesting bottles and bone toothbrush. The bottle with the jagged top is ...

... in his annual roundup of pics from his few trips back home in London and as per usual he has had some great finds. Thanks for sending these over Euan.

JANUARY 2015 PART VI - Thames And Field 6

The decorated piece of bone may have been a knife terminal. Below that we have part of a Roman hair pin, Shilling of Edward VI and ...

Anyone with any ideas? Answers on a postcard to the usual address please.

Search had this large section of Bellarmine, shame it wasn't the face or the cartoosh. Next time mate! Search also had another Mills Grenade at the weekend.

Search had this large section of Bellarmine, shame it wasn't the face or the cartoosh. Next time mate! Search also had another Mills Grenade at the weekend.

The decorated piece of bone may have been a knife terminal. Below that we have part of a Roman hair pin, Shilling of Edward VI and ...

Search had this large section of Bellarmine, shame it wasn't the face or the cartoosh. Next time mate! Search also had another Mills Grenade at the weekend.

Search had this large section of Bellarmine, shame it wasn't the face or the cartoosh. Next time mate! Search also had another Mills Grenade at the weekend.

The decorated piece of bone may have been a knife terminal. Below that we have part of a Roman hair pin, Shilling of Edward VI and ...

"Mudlarking on the Thames goes back centuries and I can see why it has been popular for so long. Steve and Nick took me out in January 2015 ...

Nice big Schweppes Hamilton bottle, crude wig curler, love tokens and 8 cupels all from the same spot possibly from a mint. The medal says WALTHAMSTOW ...

Nice big Schweppes Hamilton bottle, crude wig curler, love tokens and 8 cupels all from the same spot possibly from a mint. The medal says WALTHAMSTOW ...

Search had this large section of Bellarmine, shame it wasn't the face or the cartoosh. Next time mate! Search also had another Mills Grenade at the weekend.

Found April 2016 Mudlarking Thames, River Thames, Sea Glass,

... of Edward VI and lastly a nice looking fragment of Roman Samian type 33. Thanks for sending these in Stu and we look forward to seeing some more soon.

... Royals, and a couple of Louis XIII coins. The brooch item is a gilt pearl clasp possibly medieval and lastly a very small thimble.

Garnets found in the Mud of the Thames

The decorated piece of bone may have been a knife terminal. Below that we have part of a Roman hair pin, Shilling of Edward VI and ...

Nice big Schweppes Hamilton bottle, crude wig curler, love tokens and 8 cupels all from the same spot possibly from a mint. The medal says WALTHAMSTOW ...

You can see our finds for each month by clicking on the links above.

Nice big Schweppes Hamilton bottle, crude wig curler, love tokens and 8 cupels all from the same spot possibly from a mint. The medal says WALTHAMSTOW ...

Nice big Schweppes Hamilton bottle, crude wig curler, love tokens and 8 cupels all from the same spot possibly from a mint. The medal says WALTHAMSTOW ...

Some great finds from Bruce Wale. First up is a decorative brooch possibly victorian. Next to that is a decorated 17th century knife terminal.

In London, the Thames has always been the natural receptacle for concealing and disposing things, creating a miry hoard of secrets, all just waiting for ...

... Royals, and a couple of Louis XIII coins. The brooch item is a gilt pearl clasp possibly medieval and lastly a very small thimble.

Mudlarking Thames, River Thames, I Am Done, My Dream Home, Im Done

Mudlarking on the Thames, with remnant of a mesolithic forest in the foreground.

Understanding London – The north/south River Thames divide. April 23, 2015 ...

You'll see them at low tide, wandering alone with bent necks along the damp and desolate mudflats of the Thames. These are the mudlarks: amateur ...

thames mudlarking Battersea January 2016

French&Mottershead-Thames

Thames Embankment

Below this is a lovely coin of Vespsian 69-79 AD and below that is an superb example of a Elizabeth 1st shilling. Great stuff John.

'It made me proud to be British': United Kingdom-shaped cloud formation caught on camera

Go 'Mudlarking' along the River Thames, London. At low tide you can be a Mudlark and search for hidden treasure! Really interesting and great fun, ...

The ...

Early Delftware illustrated with Thames mudlarking finds

7th Jan, 2018. Mudlarking on the River Thames at Bankside

Mudlarking on the Thames

There is an amazing number of circa 18th century evidence on the foreshore, old clay pipes being the easiest to spot. But also older things if sought, ...

I had to modify theatre plans, but it turned out to be a lovely day along the Thames.

7th Jan, 2018. Mudlarking on the River Thames at Bankside

TRY MUDLARKING - Thames And Field 6 Mudlarking Thames, River Thames

Baptism along the Thames © Julia Fullerton-Batten

The decorated piece of bone may have been a knife terminal. Below that we have part of a Roman hair pin, Shilling of Edward VI and ...

Mudlarking Walking The River Thames

Family of mudlarks on foreshore of River Thames, London - Stock Image

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Some of the jumble of ancient debris on the Thames foreshore, this looks like mainly building materials that were thrown into the river.

Shortlisted: Clementine Blakemore Architects

7th Jan, 2018. Mudlarking on the River Thames at Bankside

... most renowned and celebrated multimedia artists, Floating Dreams is a compelling, large-scale installation situated in the centre of the River Thames ...

People mudlarking on foreshore at low tide, River Thames, London - Stock Image

The riverside facade of the Vinter's Hall was rebuilt in the 1990's. In the distance, the curved Unilever House can be seen on the right and on the left, ...

Celtic Art, River Thames, Archaeology, London England, Celtic Shield, January 2016

Mediaeval (medieval) River Thames Fish Trap at Isle of Dogs London Mudlarking Thames,

The ...

Found August 2018

The Thames as it flows through east London, with the Isle of Dogs in the centre

... Royals, and a couple of Louis XIII coins. The brooch item is a gilt pearl clasp possibly medieval and lastly a very small thimble.

The Totally Thames Festival 2015, celebrates London's river throughout the month of September with an exciting season of arts, cultural and river events.

This indicates that the ring maker was a member of the Goldsmiths' company so it's possible that the maker can still be identified.

The River Thames in London Frozen Up Solid in the very Cold Winter of 1962-1963 in England

Group Students Bank of River Thames Searching Mudlarks - Stock Image

The ...

September sees the return of the ever popular Totally Thames festival which brings the river to life via an exciting season of arts, cultural and river ...

Love the Thames? Course you do

The River Thames in Oxford

Our haul ...

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Shortlisted: Clementine Blakemore Architects

Mudlarking - metal button - a journey

Ferries operating on the Thames

mudlarking on the Thames

The ...

Mudlarks or Tourists investigate the River Thames in London at low tide in the hope of

Mudlarking on the River Thames in central London, UK. - Stock Image

1566-1635: Found in the Thames foreshore between Southwark Bridge and Cannon Street railway bridge, south side in 1994. Toy buffet of three-dimensional form ...

The confluence of Rivers Thames and Brent. The narrowboat is heading up the River Brent. From this point as far as Hanwell the Brent has been canalised and ...

Figure 6. The Thames Foreshore, November ...

Group of mudlarks on foreshore of River Thames, London - Stock Image

Since ...

Shortlist revealed for LFA's Thames River View pop-up | News | Architects Journal

Group of mudlarks on foreshore of River Thames, London - Stock Image

London Thames Sunset panorama - Feb 2008.jpg

He was made Archbishop of Canterbury in 1162. He was exiled to France in 1164, then he returned to England in 1170 when he was killed. January 2016

Mudlarking Thames, River Thames, Archaeological Site, Archaeology, Sea Glass, Old Things, Walks, Britain, Beach Stuff

The view East down the river from the Millennium Bridge…. The Shard, London Bridge and Tower Bridge

'Its reputation has always been projected onto it by the other side' ...

The Thames from Richmond Hill. the view protected by an act of Parliament.

There are many items that my long-suffering, non-larking partner finds it hard to get his head around. Some I can understand; my rookie mudlark days saw me ...