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We've all lost our keys at some point, but one man found his along with an extraordinary hidden treasure.

When Welsh farmer Ifor Edwards, 56, dropped his keys on a tract of land he owns called Oak Farm in Bronington, he was determined to find them, so he and his wife, Anna, 40, called in metal-detecting experts from the Wrexham Heritage Society.

Cliff Massey, 83, found the keys, but he also found 14 medieval coins from the 14th and 15th centuries, according to a story published Monday in the Shropshire Star.

John Gittins, a coroner who performed an inquest on the findings, described the coins, which are composed of 90 percent silver and likely from the days of Edward III, Henry V and Henry VI, as a

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I would have thought the coins would be worth more than that.

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I would have thought the coins would be worth more than that.

 

I'd think they'd be worth one groat.

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Cliff Massey, 83, found the keys ...

 

He's still driving at 83 ? :laugh:

 

good for him.

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Why doesn't t something like this happen to me :'(

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^ Get a metal detector and travel around. ;)

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He's still driving at 83 ? :laugh:

 

good for him.

house keys? keys to a pad lock?  keys to a safe deposit box?

 

nice find, def surprised they are not worth more

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Why doesn't t something like this happen to me :'(

Some of us are meant to suffer in life. 

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