Sunday, 3 June 2018

Taking Farmer-Fooling to new levels: Be on the Lookout for 'PAS 7 DUG'



And what kind of  UK artefact hunter decides to give his car PAS-themed numberplates and why?


8 comments:

Robert Hamer said...

Try PAST DUG
Nothing to do with PAS, again your presumptions are incorrect.

Paul Barford said...

Mr Hamer, I am reading what it says. It seems they couldn't afford a proper 'T'. So, you say it's PAST DUG up and pocketed by Priscans? Maybe. Are you a Priscan?

Robert Hamer said...

Hi Paul
The vehicle belongs to me and the registration number is as simple to read as I pointed out.
It may be worth your while to ask us for information before letting your assumptions run wild on here and presuming as you do that we are all in it for the money! I assure you this is not the case.
Robert

Paul Barford said...

Seven is simple to read as seven. A 'T' can be read as 'T'. Pocketing artefacts is not about the money, selling the items from a personal collection (or superfluous to it) would be though.

Robert Hamer said...

You would be pleased to know that no items recovered by myself have ever been sold and any items of treasure we have reported have been donated to the Museums that expressed an interest.
Regards
Robert

Paul Barford said...

Good we've got that sorted out. Now, the worthless non-Treasure items that are not sold, in what way is that not 'being pocketed by priscans'?

Robert Hamer said...

More assumptions.....!!!!!

Paul Barford said...

Yes, I think we may assume that the non-Treasure items that are not sold have ended up somewhere. Of are they 'hedge-fodder'? We have PAST DUG and what....?

 
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