Money from the sky: help friend to find wedding ring but unexpectedly found worth 100,000 pounds of ancient gold coins

Recently, in order to find a wedding ring for their friends, two metal detectives with metal detection equipment went to the fields to search, but they found 84 ancient gold coins of Henry VIII, worth more than 100000 pounds (about 900000 yuan).


According to reports, the two metal detectives, Paul raynard and Michael Gwynne, were vacationing with a farmer friend in balecastle, Northern Ireland, who happened to ask them to look for a wedding ring that had fallen into the ground.


At first, Paul and Michael found only a 5p coin and a horseshoe, but then Paul found a pile of ancient coins, and when he found them he couldn’t help crying, he shouted to Michael, “This is our dream moment!” “

Paul said afterwards, “It’s amazing, it’s like checking the lottery numbers, and all of a sudden you realize you’ve won the lottery.” “


Reported that although they did not find a friend’s wedding ring at the end, but the 84 ancient gold coins were verified and found to be coins from the early 16th century during the reign of King Henry VIII. After an estimate by experts at the Ulster Museum, it was determined that the total value could be more than 100,000 pounds.

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