My run of good luck mudlarking in great weather continues. Tuesday there was two nice fairly low tides. This brought out more mudlarkers than I have seen before. I arrived a little late for the morning tide, with only about 20 minutes to look before the tide turned. I was beaten to the punch I think and didn't find much of significance. I did get to converse with a couple of mudlarkers using metal detectors and watch them in action. They both picked up a couple of nice coins and other small metal objects buried beneath the mucky shore. Later in the evening I returned to comb the foreshore, this time having it to myself. The retreating river rewarded me with some nice pipe finds, numerous bowls, and a couple of nice pottery finds. The crest of the lion from a Westervald jug was a happy find, it is in beautiful condition and the first I've found complete as is. Included is a few pictures of my days work. If you know what some of it is , please comment.
I guess it's about time to invest in some Wellies ( rubber boots to us Americans ). I have dunked my feet into the Thames just about enough by now!!