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Teenage metal detectorists have dug up 1,000-year-old coins in what is thought to be the most lucrative haul discovered by minors. Separate discoveries by Reece Pickering, 17, and Walter Taylor, 16, unearthed a Saxon coin in a Norfolk field and a regal silver penny in an Essex field respectively. The coin found by Reece has an approximate price of £2,500 to £3,000, while Walter’s find is preemptively valued at £3,000 to £3,500. Reece was metal detecting with his father Jonny Crowe, 41, in August when he discovered the Harold II silver penny which dated back to 1066. Mr Crowe said that the coin, which has been recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, is among only three that are known to still exist.
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