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10- 40 AD Celtic silver unit

Cunobelinus Spiky silver unit CAMVl in front, CAM with VL behind

Seated victory r.holding bowl or wine cup in r.hand CVNO below chair

BMC 1863-65 classed as Very rare

http://www.celticcoins.ca/vanarsdell.php?tribe=TRI&van=2045-1

19thC Coast guard button 1500-1700 mount 1625 Charles 1st hammered silver penny

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny

Obv + EDWA R ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON- London mint

16thC Tudor clothing fastener Queens own regiment button
Early medieval heavy cast copper alloy scabbard chape for a sword or dagger
19thC livery button

Cast copper alloy buckle frame 1500 -1700

Complete cast copper alloy buckle of post-medieval date. The buckle is a double loop asymmetrical shape

Circa 1575- 1700

1774 Russian bale seal 18thC bayonet frog

1377 - 99 Richard II hammered silver half penny

Obv +RICARD REX ANGL'

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1300-1310 hammered silver half penny - Type 28

Obv +EDWARDVS REX

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1838 Victoria milled silver sixpence Victoria milled silver sixpence

1608 AD Hans Schultes III 'Turbanded bust' German Jetton. Male bust right wearing a turban. 1.28g, 22.23mm

obv GLICK 4 foil KVMPT 4 foil VON flower GOT 4 foil ISTWAR

rev Traditional imperial orb with cross patty in a tressure with 3 main arches, 3 pairs of pellets inside the tressure

rosette HANS:SCHVLTES:ZV:NVRNB

1553 Mary hammered silver groat
Georgian watch winder 17thC thimble WW1 Australian Commonwealth Military forces badge
1719 George 1st milled copper farthing - dump issue

1216 Henry III hammered silver short corss penny Class 6d -7b

Obv hENRICVS REX

Rev CANT+ TOMAS.ON. - Moneyer Tomas of Canterbury mint

Venetian Soldino hammered silver Michele Steno (1400-1413)

1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny

Rev OLE/ONL- Moneyer Nicole of London mint

Iron age knife or dagger pommel - unusual knop design
Georgian watch winders 1500-1700 mount

Taco'd 1369- 1377 Edward III hammered silver penny - Post treaty - cross on breast

Obv + EDWARDVS REX ANGLI

1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross half penny Class

Obv hENRICVS REX

Rev NVEN.ON.

1842 Victoria milled silver sixpence
1592- 5 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half penny - Tun mint mark Roman decorated bronze strapend - two rivet fixings
Medieval buckle plate 18thC Royal navy button 1922 George V milled silver sixpence
16thC Tudor gilded silver clothing fastener - reported as treasure to museum
St Christopher medallion - Sterling silver

Late Saxon stirrup strap mount Class A Type 11a

Sub tringular mount depicts a Lion looking upwards with its front paw raised and tail curled between its legs and over the back found

16thC Tudor gilded silver pin - reported as treasure to museum

1573 - 4 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver shilling (12 pence) Cross crosslett Medieval knife pommel
Netherlands Duit Coin 1702 OVER YSSEL  1625 Charles 1st hammered silver half penny
1649 Commonwealth hammered silver penny 1770's gold 1/4 guinea cpin weight - 5 shillings and 3 pence
Unknown trade weight - EX 6 marking ? 1500-1700 mount Georgian pastry jigger wheel
Early medieval knife quillion
Victoria milled silver sixpence 1838 William IV milled silver sixpence
1760 Continental Denmark skilling billion silver coin 18thC bullion weight
Victorian 1/2 oz trade weight Weird looking Roman bronze sent for ID

1422-61 Henry VI hammered silver half penny - Cross fleury - Pinecone - mascle issue

Reverse has pine cone after SIE

Obv +hENRIC REX ANGLE

Rev VIL/** CALI/SIE - Calais mint

13mm

1377-1399 Richard II hammered silver farthing

Obv + RICARD REX ANGLI'

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON- London mint

0.30g, 9.9mm

1625 Charles 1st hammered silver half groat

1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny

Rev WIL/

1500-1700 hooked mount
Royal Navy - Officers (Roped Rim) Lined Background 1843-1891
1634 Cahrles 1st hammered copper rose farthing
1816 George III milled silver sixpence 1578-9 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny

1369-1377 Edward III hammered silver penny - Post Treaty period

Obv +EDWARDVS REX ANGLI

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1696 William III milled silver sixpence

1369-1377 Edward III hammered silver penny - Post Treaty period - Quadrefoil with pellet at centre of reverse cross

Obv ****** REX ANGLI

Rev CIVI/TAS/EBO/RACI York mint

WWI Royal Engineers badge
1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross farthing Medieval lead gaming token

1300-1310 Edward Ist hammered silver farthing - Type 28d

Obv +EDWARDVS REX A

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1500-1700 acforn mount Medieval trade weight

50th Regiment of foot button

The first regiment known as "50th Regiment of Foot" was raised in North America in 1755 by William Shirley, the British governor of Massachusets. It counted about 1,000 men.

This regiment was disbanded on December 22 1756.

In December 1755, a new regiment originally ranking as "52nd" was raised by Abercromby.

In 1757, when the original "50th" and "51st" regiments of foot were disbanded. The "52nd" officially became the "50th Regiment of Foot".

1897 Victoria milled silver sixpence 19thC livery button
17thC Charles II silver studd - reported as treasure to museum 1885 Victorian silver cane band
1625 Charles 1st hammered silver shilling

1770's gold half guinea coin weight - 10 shillings and six pence

Obv S10 6 D

Rev S10 6 D

Huge Post medieval gilded harness pendant
1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross penny Post medieval spur rowell
1500-1700 mount 15thC lead token Medieval hammered silver long cross penny
1587-9 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat - Crescent mint mark C10thC Saxon harness cheek piece

1900 - 9 carat - Birmingham hall mark -Maker TSS

3.90g ,20mm

1878 - 22 carat gold ring - London hall mark

2.16g,19.2mm

Ancient gold sheet - reported as potential treasure to museum

5.23g, 14mm L

Mint condition lead document papal seal.

Pope Boniface VIII (AD 1294 to AD 1303) BONI FATIVS

Medieval Papal Bullae. A lead Papal Bullae of Pope

Obverse shows the heads of the apostles Peter and Paul, the founders of the Church of Rome with SPASPE (Sanctus PAulus and Sanctus PEtrus) above

http://historymedren.about.com/library/who/blwwpopelist.htm

 

1570 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny

Post Medieval cast copper alloy single loop buckle frame.

1500-1650 AD

15thC lead token - type 2
York House 15 Regents Street London Medieval purse bar end Medieval purse bar end
Victorian silver mount Post medieval casket clasp Iron Age bronze bead
1582 - 3 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat 1594 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver sixpence
1879 Victoria milled silver sixpence

1300-1310 Edward Ist hammered silver farthing - Type 28d

Obv +EDWARDVS REX A

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

16thC Tudor button 16thC Tudor button Incomplete late Iron Age to early Roman (25-60AD) cast copper alloy rosettle brooch

Medieval purse bar end Medieval mount
C10thC Saxon stirrup mount fragment

1280 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - Class 3

Obv + EDWR *** hYB

Rev VILL/ABR/ISTO/LLIE - Bistol mint

Mint condition 1869 Victoria full gold sovereign

8.04g, 22mm

c 50 BC Celtic gold qtr stater - Similar to a Clacton Cross type but not a match in the Ref books, Hobbs and Rudd - sent to PAS for recording and ID

1.44g, 13.5mm

Van Arsdell VA 1460-1

http://www.celticcoins.ca/record.php?coin_id=010056

 

Victorian rose gold signet ring top

0.92g, 10mm H

17thC William III milled silver sixpence love token Georgian fob seal
1649 Commonwealth hammered silver half groat 15thC lead token - type 2

One piece Navy button

HONI SOIT QUI MAN Y PENSE

PACKET

Honi soit qui mal y pense (Old French: shame upon him who thinks evil of it)

RN - Packet Service
( Mail & Supplies Delivery )

c.1800-1811
Firmin & Co

1604 -5 James 1st hammered silver half groat - First issue - Lis mint mark 1561-5 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver sixpence
19thC Rifle Regiment button 18thC Royal Navy button 19thC livery button

Military button

CH ?

1641 -3 Charles 1st hammered silver shilling (12 pence)- Triangle in circle mint mark
1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny

The Standing King series

Charles IV 1322-28 French Jetton

Obv 'king with sceptre standing beneath a gothic canopy'

1816 George III milled silver sixpence 1834 William IV milled silver three halfpence
1604 -19 James 1st hammered silver penny 1819 George III milled silver sixpence
1565 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver sixpence 16thC Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat

Tendring Volunteer Cav

Found in the area of Tendring this has been attributed to the Tendring Volunteer Cavalry 1798-1801 and not re-raised in 1803.

Unknown military Early copper Mason ring
1897 Victoria Jubilee medallion 19thC Colchester Bedwell token
Generic merchant Navy button C 1900 18thC Royal Navy button 1870 Germany- Prussia Wilhelm milled silver Einen Thaler
Navy button H.M. Coast Guard
O/R's Button
In use 1820 - 1836 ?
button
Royal Engineer Department


Officer & O/R's - 1837-1855

13thC Continental sterling silver imitation - Crockard , chaplet of rosettes

Obv *** ANGL

Rev /VAE/

1666 Thomas Peeke of Colchester hammered copper trade farthing 17thC Jonas Whale, baker of Colchester Eseex hammered coppe rtrade farthing
1937 George VI milled silver sixpence 1875 Victoria milled silver three pence

1916 London silver mint mark on silver shield

Maker WJ
William Johnson of London

 

The King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 1914 - 1918
17thC lead mount Victorian makers plate 1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross farthing

Primary Saxon silver sceat 600- 700 AD - 'cooking' it to clean off crust - Series E (variety G3

Sent to Fitzwilliam museum for recording

Many thanks for this new find, which I have recorded as EMC 2014.0289.

We can hope that the 'cooking' will improve the detail, but this does seem to be Series E, G3, as you suggest.

Best wishes,

Martin

1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny

Rev RIO/ONL - Moneyer Henri of London mint

19thC livery button 17thC nipple mount
Early medieval gilded mount with circle design
c10thC Saxon bronze key

1300-1310 Edward Ist hammered silver farthing - Type 28f

Obv +EDWARDVS REX AN

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

Massive medieval buckle
Venetian Soldino issued by Doge Michele Steno (1400-1413). 1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross farthing
Victorian medallion - Born 1819 died 1901 WW1 Royal Artillery cap badge

Brilliant find, our first Gallo Belgic Potin

http://www.ancientimports.com/introtopotinsofgaul.html

 

Gallia Belgica (from the Seine to the Rhine), the Remi. Cast Potin . Circa 100-60 BC. Scheers 191

Gallia Belgica (from the Seine to the Rhine), the Remi. Cast Potin . Circa 100-60 BC. Obv.: Male figure (druid?) with hair in a long plait, running right, holding spear and torc. Rev.: Wolf (?), right, gnawing on prey; above, fibula. BMC 501 ff. DLT 8124. DT 155. Scheers 191.
Georgian fob seal - Figure looking right with anchor WW1 East Lancashire cap badge
17thC fish scale crotal bell

Post Medieval cast copper alloy single loop buckle frame.

1500-1650 AD

Medieval silver ring fragment with Lombardic script - reported a streasure to museum
Intricate Victorian silver jewelery item
16thC seal matrix - DC
Georgian fob seal holder 1603 James 1st hammered silver half groat

1216 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny

Rev /LOV - Gloucester mint

1216 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny

Rev /RIC/ARD - Moneyer Ricard

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - I.m in reverse legend before TAS

Obv EDWAR A **

Durham mint

1344 Edward III hammered silver penny - Class 15d

Obv + EDW* R ANGLE DNS hYB

Rev VIL ** DVN/ELMI - Durham

1670 Charles II milled silver two pence - undated issue Ref Spink 3387 16thC Tudor button 18thC Royal artillery button
Late medieval silver fretwork pin - reported as treasure to museum
Unknown copper token

17thC Thomas Burrough, grocer of Ipswich Suffolk hammered copper trade farthing

Obv TBA - GROCER*IN IPSWICH

Norweb 4359

 

Medieval bronze pot foot

Biggest half of a buckle I have ever seen

Post Medieval cast copper alloy single loop buckle frame.

1500-1650 AD

17thC lead token - EI Post medieval lead trade weight

11,000 BC flint scraper

Royal Navy - Officers (Roped Rim) Lined Background 1843-1891

RA ?

UNITED KINGDOM
Royal Southern Yacht Club
R. S. Y. C.
London, England
In use 1837 - 1901

1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross half penny

Rev DWINE.ON - Moneyer Goldwine or Godwine

1603 James 1st hammered silver half groat

1280 Edward Ist hammered silver farthing - Type 10 - bust to edge of flan

Obv +ER ***ANGLIE

Rev LON/DON/IEN/SIS London mint

1216 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny 1634 Charles 1st hammered copper rose farthing
1574 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver three pence 1940 Geirge VI milled silver sixpence
16thC Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat 1884 USA milled silver one dime
Victoria milled silver sixpence First 18thC lead toy cannon I have seen

17thC Jacob Vol, bay maker, of Colchester Essex hammered copper trade farthing

Ref Norweb 1230

1300-1310 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - Class 10cf

Obv +EDWAR ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

Georgian solid rose gold bezel over copper inner

1290-1300 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - Class 9a1 star on breast

Obv +EDWR ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

17thC lead heraldic type mount
1857 Victoria milled silver three pence Victorian Royal Engineers button Victorian gilded horse bell
17thc lead token Medieval knife pommel

1775 gold guinea Coinweight - 'To the new standerd'

5 Penny weight and 8 grains

A measure of Troy weight equalling 24 grains or the twentieth part of a Troy ounce (there are 12 ounces in a pound Troy). Pennyweight is usually abbreviated dwt.

18thC crotal bell 15thC lead token
Georgian rose gold watch winder 1820 George III milled silver shilling
1874 Victoria milled silver sixpence 20thC silver ear ring
20thC silver ear ring 15thC lead token 15thC lead token

C11thC Saxon stirrup mount - Class B Type 3 Group 2 ref Williams 429

Similar PAS example BH-53C901 - Stag face

British Celtic 'Pierced Bulb' Toggle Fastener

Circa 1st century BC-1st century AD. A cast fitting in the form of a pierced bulb with medial indent extending to a thick, round-section discoid terminal. Such fittings were used as toggles to fasten garments, passing through a slit or loop. Reference: cf. looped variants in Murawski, P. Benet's Artefacts of England and the United Kingdom

1377-1399 Richard II hammered silver half penny

Obv + RICARD REX ANGLI

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON- London mint

1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross half penny

Rev VF.ON.L - Moneyer RAVF or Randvlf of London mint

1816 George III milled silver sixepence 1811 German states milled silver 48 Einen Thaler
1816 George III milled silver sixepence

1300 -10 Edward 1st hammered silver penny -closed C & E- Class 10cf

Obv +EDWAR ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/CAN/TOR- Canterbury mint

Post Medieval cast copper alloy single loop buckle frame.

1500-1650 AD

Shewolf & Twins reverse which is typically found on the VRBS ROMA, City of Rome commemorative, reduced-module folles introduced around 330 AD.,

Post Medieval cast copper alloy single loop buckle frame.

1500-1650 AD

Victorian copper token
1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross farthing 1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross farthing
1500-1700 mount Herefordshire Regiment button 20thC Colchester outfitters token
WWII Royal Air Force sweet heart badge Medieval lead trade weight Lead toy figure
Lead toy figure 18thC Royal artillery button 18thC Russian lead bale seal
1586 Hans Krauwincel II Rose orb Jeton 20thC silver medallion
18thC silver Royal Navy button Victorian gold brooch

45 BC to 25BC Addedomarus - Trinovantian tribe Celtic gold stater - sent to PAS for recording

5.58g, 18mm

Complete large Georgian horse harness bell - Foundary mark SC
16thC Continental coin weight - Philipsgulden 1704 Anne trade weight - Crown A cipher London George 1st trade weight - Crown G cipher London Medieval buckle
1860 Russian 20 Kopeks milled silver coin 15thC casket key
1816 George III milled silver sixpence 1890 Victoria milled silver sixpence
Lots of nice clay pipe bowl and stems being found

1634 Charles 1st hammered copper rose farthing Medieval strap end
2ndC Roman silver coin Medieval hammered silver long cross penny - York mint
1461- 70 Edward IV hammered silver penny - D at centre of reverse cross 15thC lead token - type 2 1500-1700 mount

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny

Obv +EDWR ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1433 -61 Henry VI hammered silver half penny - 'roundabout' mint mark - annulet issue

Obv hEN **** ANGL

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

17thC Charles II silver button - reported to museum as treasure Early medieval gilded mount

1795 Hampshire Portsmouth Halfpenny Condor Token

OBVERSE: IOHN HOWARD F.R.S. PHILANTHROPIST. REVERSE: Britannia seated. RULE BRITANNIA 1795. EDGE: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE LIVERPOOL X X X

1625 Charles 1st trade weight - Crown C cipher London
1636-8 Charles 1st hammered silver shilling (12 pence)
2nd Roman bronze ring with clear stone

Finished 'cooking' 4thC Roman silver with ID from Mark Lehman below

What youhave here is a silver Siliqua of Gratian, (367-383) the young son ofValentinian I, elevated to Augustus at the age of 7. This piece is fromthe mint at Trier, the exergual mint mark is TRPS• Referencesare RIC IX, 27f-1; and RSC 86a. This type with Roma holdingVictory and a scepterrather than the inverted spear Roma generally holds in her left hand on VRBSROMA Siliquae dates to the period 367-375.

The typewith a dot following the mintmark is considered somewhat more common than thesame type with a mintmark lacking the terminal dot. RIC scales the frequency as "common", and RSC quotes afairly low estimated "market value" (£ 50 in VF - although this firstedition was released in 1987 so it's natural that by now the listed "prices"are more useful to indicate a general scale of scarcity vis-a-vis demand than asan actual guide to prices one would expect to see or pay).



However,considering Roman coins in general, Siliquae are far scarcer than, say,Denarii. I've heard it said that you'll see at least 100 Denarii forevery Siliqua you'll ever see - and although I haven't strictly "keptscore" or otherwise checked empirical statistics, I'd say that'sprobably about right.



It'sa very nice piece which I expect will be quite nice looking after someminor, light cleaning - I wouldn't try to take all of the darker tone off thefields as it will be slightly more valuable with the more "naturallytoned" looking appearance that it's probably possible to achieve bygentle cleaning of this very light darkening.



Mark

Primary Saxon silver sceat 600- 700 AD - 'cooking' it to clean off crust - Series E (variety G3

Sent to Fitzwilliam museum for recording

Many thanks for this new find, which I have recorded as EMC 2014.0289.

We can hope that the 'cooking' will improve the detail, but this does seem to be Series E, G3, as you suggest.

Best wishes,

Martin

 

 
16thC Elizabethan illegal tavern lead token  

Very interesting find in a guys export pouch - Lead book with Viking Thor hammer pendant relief on the front

Sent to museum for their views - Scale in cm's

PAS existing Thor hammer pendant record Unique ID: NMS-35FDF0

Heavily encrusted hammered silver coin cleaned up - 1189- 1199 Richard 1st hammered silver short cross penny Class 2

Obv hENRICVS REX

Rev *VENE.ON.LVND - Moneyer Stivene of London mint

1590-2 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny - hand mint mark Crusty 2ndC Roman silver coin - 'cooking' to remove crust

Medieval silver 'clasped hands' ring - reported as treasure to museum
16thC Low countries gold coin weight - Philipsgulden 1749 Russian Denga (1/2 Kopek) copper coin
Toy watch face

1808 Netherlands Half Duit copper coin

Obv INDIA BATAV

1830 George IV ‘Father of his people’ death medallion 1860 Russian Empire 20 Kopeks milled silver coin
 
1930 Daily Herald newspaper Bobby Bear Club badge Medieval mount  
16thC Tudor clothing fastener

Decorated medieval lead spindle whorl

Domed lead spindle whorls are generally Roman but go through to the post medieval period. Before the use of spinning wheels, spinning was carried out with a spindle and a whorl. The spindle, or rod, usually had a swelling on which the whorl was fitted. A wisp of prepared wool was twisted around the spindle, which was then spun and allowed to drop. The whorl, acting like a flywheel adds momentum to the spindle. By doing this the fibres were extended and twisted into a yarn

 
18thC silver clog fastener Georgian gilded pin head
16thC Tudor decorated finger ring
Roman prick spur fitting

1199-1216 John hammered silver short cross half penny - Class 5

Obv hENRICVS **

Rev ** DWINE.O - Moneyer Goldwine of Canterbury mint

16thC Low countries coin weight - ship with R by mast indicates for gold Ryal coin

Rev antwerp hand in ring

Neat 19thC Chinese scene printing press block

1279-80 Edward 1st hammered silver half penny - Class 2a

Obv EDWR ANGL' DNS HYB

Rev CIV/TAS/LON/DON - London mint

Roman fibular brooch
Roman knife pommel

1247 Henry III hammered silver half penny- Class III

Obv HENRICVS REX

Rev NIC/OLE/ - Moneyer Nicole

1351-61 Edward III hammered silver penny - Pre treaty

Obv + EDWARDVS *** ANGLI

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint

1560-1 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver groat – cross crosslet mint mark

Victorian silver ear ring with amethyst stone

20thC Continental triple carat gold ring - no hall marks

1.99g, 19mm

1377 - 99 Richard II hammered silver half penny

Obv +RICARD REX ANGL'

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1377 - 99 Richard II hammered silver half penny

Obv +RICARD REX ANGL'

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1351- 1352 Edward III hammered silver half groat - 4th coinage series C - pre treaty period

Obv EDWAR.DVS.REX.ANGL.(I)FRANC

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint

2ndC Roman silver coin fragment
1625 Charles 1st hammered silver half penny 1649 Commonwealth hammered silver half groat
15thC open topped thimble 16thC Tudor clothing fastener
16thC Tudor clothing fastener Victorian artillery button
Magnentius 350-353 A.D Roman bronze coin

13thC Heraldic shield mount

Gilbert "The Red" (red haired) de Clare & son of Richard-- was one of the Earls of Gloucstershire (7th , I think) and had a whole bunch of other lands in 20 counties in Eng and Ireland. Joined the Montfort rebellion against the king. Married a jaon (Johanna) daughter of Edward II Longshanks , she was born in Acre - the site in the holy land where the Crusaders / Templar's lost it all . He was born in 1243'.

1344 Edward III hammered silver farthing - Type 1

Obv + EDWARDVS REX A

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint

0.29g, 9.9mm

13thC Medieval seal matrix

Device of the Agnus Dei (Lamb of God). A lamb, facing right, looking back over its shoulder at a staff. The lamb's left foreleg is folded under him as he genuflects.

Mid 4thC House of Constantine Roman copper coin  
Large 'Victoria' Army mount - 4 integral lugs 17thC button Charles Tanqueray London England - Gin bottle seal

1509-26 Henry VIII hammered silver half penny - wide hair - Cross fourchee - single arched crown - Portcullis mint mark

London mint

12mm, 0.39g

Medieval buckle
Medieval sword pommel
Late Early Medieval (Anglo-Scandinavian) cast copper harness fitting

Very are find, our first ever large Edward VI hammered silver coin

1549- 1550 Edward VI hammered silver shilling – 2nd issue debased

ER by shield

1708 Anne milled silver shilling - Exeter mint 1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross penny

 

 

Roman silver coin - needs cooking - 32 BC Mark Antony, Legionary silver Denarius. ANT.AVG.III.VIR.R.P.C Galley, Legionary Eagle between two standards
Victorian lion faced buckle clasp

1773 , 5 pennyweights and 8 grains coin weight

Gold guinea coin weight

18thC tin cup - missing handles from both soides
5thC Anglo Saxon brooch Roman knife pommel
   
   
   

 

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