Photo: Michelle Vall page in Facebook
Vintage gold ring which found an employee of a primary school in the English city of Blackpool, will go under the hammer for 10 thousand pounds. This publication reports the East Anglian Daily Times.
In November 2018, a 53-year-old Michelle Valle (Michelle Vall) and her husband stayed in Scotland. The woman is keen on finding treasure and decided to test a metal detector shore of Loch Lomond. After several door-handles, parts from a tractor and lots of metal objects she found a gold ring with the emblem.
She offered the find to the National Museum of Scotland, but after months of deliberation, the organization refused. Then Valle showed her friend the antiquary. He found that the ring is made between 1640 and 1680, and, judging by the coat of arms belonged to the noble family of Suffolk. According to his estimate, at auction in September for it will be possible to gain about 10 thousand pounds (800 thousand).
Valle is interested in the search for treasures with a metal detector when he found that this activity helped her deal with panic attacks, reports The Blackpool Gazette. In December 2017, a rare coin she found, sold at auction for 40.8 per thousand pounds (3.3 million rubles).
In 2014, it was reported that the hunters returned to a resident of new York wedding ring cost 13,5 thousand dollars, which she had lost almost a month earlier on the beach.
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