Today I was working on Roman coins, such as this 4th century numus example of Valentinian (364-378 AD):
Then it was forward in time to this silver half groat:
The obverse has the shield of St George within a palm and laurel and the reverse is co-joined shields, St George with that of Ireland.
But it is not all coins. This example of a little dress fastener is very similar to the one I was working on (1550-1650):
Sadly I will have to miss out for a couple of months at least to work in the field, but I will look forward to helping the PAS once more in the autumn.