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1690 William and Mary milled silver four pence 1816 George III milled silver sixpence

1636-8 Charles 1st hammered silver shilling (12 pence)- Tun mint mark

1621- 3 James 1st hammered silver half groat - Thistle mint mark 1500-1650 buckle
1819 George III milled silver sixpence George III half guinea gaming token
1666 lead bale seal 1770 Russian lead bale seal

Silver finger ring - no markings

Roman silver hoard coin 1 - reported to museum and sent for ID

Hadrian, 117-138 AD.
AR denarius, Mint of Rome, 123 AD.
Obv: IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG
laureate head of Hadrian right (possibly drapery on left shoulder)
Rx: LIB PVB (in exergue) P M TR P COS III
Libertas seated left holding branch and scepter
RIC II 127; RSC 903; SRCV 3502

Mark

Roman silver hoard coin 2- reported to museum and sent for ID

Probably Trajan, 98-117 AD.
AR denarius, Mint of Rome
Rx: P M TR P […]
Seated female, left (could be Vesta?)
Sorry I can’t get you any closer to a cataloged ID here – if you get a chance to see it after some cleaning, send me a photo and I’ll see what else I can add.

15thC lead token 17thC lead token 1920 George V milled silver shilling
1595- 8 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny 1694 William III guinea coin weight
1559 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver groat Roman silver coin fragment
1895 Victoria milled silver three pence 1818 George III milled silver sixpence

Roman silver hoard coin 4 - reported to museum and sent for ID

Hadrian, 117-138 AD.
AR denarius, Mint of Rome, 125 AD.
Obv: IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG
laureate head of Hadrian right (possibly drapery on left shoulder)
Rx: LIB-PVB (across field) P M TR P COS III
Libertas standing facing, head left, holding pileus and rod
RIC II 128; RSC 907a; SRCV 3503

 

Mark

Roman silver hoard coin 5 - reported to museum and sent for ID

I suspect this is Hadrian too, (117-138 AD.) and possibly a “LIB PVB” AR denarius like




#4 above (on the basis of what appears to be a horizontally aligned “B” in the left reverse field), but there simply are not enough clear features to say any more at this point.
Again, if you can get photos of it in a cleaner state, I can probably be more specific.

Mark

Roman silver hoard coin 6 - reported to museum and sent for ID

I’m pretty sure this is Antoninus Pius (138-161 AD.) another AR denarius.
It’s also possible that it could be Marcus Aurelius as Caesar (concurrent with Ant. Pius, Aug) This is another which really needs more cleaning/conservation to say much more than this.

Roman silver hoard coin 7 - reported to museum and sent for ID

Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD.
AR denarius, Mint of Rome, (ca 142 AD.?)
Obv: legend ends: [… AN]TONINVS
laureate head of Antoninus Pius right
Rx: PROVIDENTIAE DEORVM
winged thunderbolt (vertical).
the reverse type and the apparent obverse legend don’t “agree” – could be a mule of two different types? It’s 100% certain to be Antoninus Pius and I’m 99% sure it’s PROVIDENTIAE DEORVM winged thunderbolt
Rx: Cf. RIC III 80a, RSC 681; SRCV 4103

 
1874 Victoria milled silver shilling 15thC lead token   WWI Bavarian Army button

45 BC Addedomarus Celtic gold full stater - reported as hoard addendum coin to museum

5.54g,17mm

10- 40 AD Cunobelin Celtic gold qtr stater -reported as hoard addendum coin to museum

1.35g,11mm

Victorian gold jewelry chain ring - Lion hall marked London

1.05,12mm dia

1851 Victoria milled silver sixpence

45 BC Addedomarus Celtic gold full stater - reported as hoard addendum coin to museum

5.44g, 17mm

1838 Victoria milled three sixpence 1580-1 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny - Latin cross mint mark

Roman silver hoard coin 8 - reported to museum and sent for ID

# 8 is from half a century or more prior to the other pieces in the “hoard” so far – which all seem to be of the adoptives and Antonines.

#8 – Titus, 79-81 AD.
AR "Supplicatio" Denarius* (your metrology here)
Mint of Rome, 80 AD.
Obv: IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M (ccw)
Laureate bust of Titus right
Rx: TR P IX IMP XV COS VIII P P
Tripod-ALTAR surmounted by dolphin to right
RIC II, i 128 (Old RIC II 27a); RSC 321; SR 2518
*After the Vesuvius disaster in 79 and the great fire which soon followed in Rome in 80, coins of Titus and Domitian for a couple of years adopted reverses referring to Neptune (who also ruled earthquakes, and, I guess, volcanos) and the sea, in supplication to Neptune, begging, presumably, for less interesting times.

 

Mark

Roman silver hoard coin 9 - reported to museum and sent for ID

# 9
Almost certainly a Flavian, most probably Vespasian or Titus – ccw legend on obverse, “[…]PASIAN[…]” 10:00-8:00 obverse
I took a long look for something which might match the linear, blunt, semi-pointed object on the reverse. My best guess is that it would be the base of a trophy or a standard (vexillum), or maybe the bottom of a winged caduceus, but the [CO]S III (or maybe [CEN]S III ?) seems to be in the wrong location if it’s pointing down as would as the base of a trophy, etc. It might also be the leg of a short altar, but then there should be two of them parallel and the reverse is not obviously off-center enough for a 2nd leg to exist.
So this one’s got me stumped for the moment – if we get a photo post-cleaning/conservation it’s a lot more likely to be ID-able.
Mark

BRITISH INDIA, Madras Presidency: Silver Vishnu fanam, 1764-1807
Weight: 0.83 gm. Diameter: 8 mm Die axis: 12 o'clock
Four-armed Vishnu standing facing, holding chakra in each upper hand
Double C monogram
Reference: Pridmore 19, KM C416, MNI 1807-08

8mm,0.85g

Hello,
I am metal detectorist from Czech Republic. I am also a big fan of your web sites and noticed that you have wrong inclusion of your artifact. In the middle of this page http://www.colchestertreasurehunting...essmounts.htm# you have harness with two tale lion"19th century harness decoration" but this is completely wrong. Is it a kind of cap badge from czechoslovakian army from period of the first republic (1918-1938) also used by czechoslovakian troops in foreign during WW2 https://panenske-brezany.muzeumbrand...jenska-vystroj .

Yours faithfully


Viktor Vrkoč

1923 George V milled silver florin (24 pence) 1878 Victoria milled silver 3 pence

1600 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver sixpence - O mint mark - 6th issue

First ever 1600 dated Elizabeth we have found and first O mint mark

Georgian fob chain pipe tamper

15thC lead token 15thC lead token Georgian fob chain decoration
1500-1650 buckle 1906 Edward VII milled silver sixpence

 

Medieval gilded strap fitting
WWII Royal Artillery button Georgian button Complete Post medieval lead cloth seal

 

1st BC Iron Age bronze dagger quillion with iron tang.

18thC toy cannon 17thC Charles II silver button - reported as treasure to museum
15thC lead token   Medieval mount

2ndC Roman silver coin - needs cooking to remove crust

1805  German  1  SCHILLING   COURANT milled silver coin 18th C Royal Navy silver buttons

Unrecorded 5th Dragoon guards button

Description: ​​​Crowned Hannover Horse over V D.G with VESTIGIA NULLA RETRORSUM around. Category:​​ Dragoons​ ​

Type of button: Slightly Convex​​; ​

Metal: Copper Alloy, silver gilded. Backmark: ​​;

Date: ​c1780-1796

Crimera war period

The 5th Dragoons became Princess Charlotte of Wales's Dragoon Guards in 1804.

19thC The 53rd (Shropshire) Regiment of Foot button Victorian Customs button

Plain gold finger ring - rose gold no hall marks

0.74g,23mm

5thC Roman gold ID'd by Mark Lehman

Very cool! I’m always impressed by the gold you folks find – it looks like it won’t be too terribly hard a job to straighten it out.
Anastasius, 491-518 AD.
AV solidus (your metrology here)
Mint of Constantinople
Obv: D N ANASTA-SIVS PP AVG
helmeted and cuirassed bust of Anastasius three-quarter face to right, holding spear and shield
Rx: VICTORI-A AVGGG (I?) <– officina designation character
Victory standing left holding voided cross; to right, star // CONOB
SBCV 2; DOC 3-5

It’s easy (to the extent that it is easy) because gold doesn’t get encrusted or corroded. However, I get to work on so little gold that it’s hardly like the “in my sleep” identification of things like common LRB’s. But you’re right, not too much of a challenge. I wish I could tell you it was a rare type, but this is among the most common (and is the earliest) “Byzantine” solidus. This general type, however, the facing armored bust and Victory holding voided cross solidi, goes back well into the late Roman tradition, beginning probably at least a century prior to Anastasius “hybrid” reign (he’s considered both the final “Roman” emperor and the first Byzantine emperor in the numismatic community as it was he who introduced the typical Byzantine large Æ coinage with M, K, I, E etc, marks of value on the reverses in ca 498 and so has both Roman-style and Byzantine-style Æ coinages.
Mark

4.51g, 19.5mm

1817 George III milled silver half crown (30 pence)

13.41g,32mm

Very unusual 2nd C Roman fibular brooch 1649 Commonwealth hammered silver penny
Cast copper alloy mount of probable late medieval or post medieval date (1400-1600) Post WWII Royal Air force button 1819 George III milled silver shilling

First Taco'd Roman silver coin I have seen - needs serious cooking to remove crust

Unrecorded 1st Regiment - Horse Volunteers

BHV

Sent to MBB for their views

https://asahelena.wixsite.com/militarybuttons

1604-5 James 1st hammered silver penny - Lis mint mark 1625 Charles 1st hammered silver penny
20thC Isle of Man enameled badge 1649 Commonwealth hammered silver two pence
Victorian silver button face 1874 Sweden 10 Ore milled silver coin
1776 George III milled silver penny

1770's coin weight - six shillings and nine pence

Obv S6 9D

Georgian fob seal holder

RN Capt / Commander - 1787
RN Lieutenant - 1787

15thC lead token 19thC hunting button
Great western railways button Victorian copper signet ring
1817 George III milled silver sixpence 1918 George V milled silver florin (24 pence)
1909 Edward VII milled silver sixpence Unknown button with Union Jack flag
1582-3 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny - Bell mint mark 18thC Spanish Philip V 4 reales milled silver coin

Stunning 18 carat gold monogrammed cuff links - Dated June 1899

1837 William IV milled silver two pence Illegible hammered silver groat
RN Capt / Commander - 1843
RN Lietenant - 1843
RN Master - 1843
RN Surgeon - 1843
RN Purser - 1843
RN Midshipman - 1843
RN Warrant Officer - 1843

Victoria crown

1843- 1890

19thC livery button 1580-1 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny - Latin cross mint mark
19thC livery button 16thC lead mount Georgian button 15thC lead token
1817 George III milled silver shilling

1900's Generic Merchant Navy Officers

A post medieval copper alloy spur rowel dating to c. AD 1500-1700.

The object is formed of a five pointed star with a circular aperture in the centre of the star. Between each of the five slender arms is a smaller point, which forms a more floral star incorporated with the larger shape.

SWYOR-02F55B is a similar example, albeit with a more squat and thickened central area. That record references a number of similar spurs dating from this period, including SUR-E3DEE2, BUC-D5359, and IOW-2AEB97

18thC 2 pennyweight and 16 grains bullion weight 1572 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver sixpence
1696 William III milled silver sixpence 1906 Edward VII milled silver sixpence

 

2 - Medieval to Post-Medieval barrel tap and spigot (c. AD 1400 – c. AD 1550).
19thC Army General service button RN Capt / Commander - 1787
RN Lieutenant - 1787

1327 Edward III hammered silver half groat

Rev CIVI/TAS/CAN/TOR- Canterbury mint

19thC livery button Medicine bottle Victorian toy spinning top 19thC livery button

Weird widget - George V copper penny made concave to fit in to a heavy bezel

First ever 1642 Charles 1st hammered silver groat I have seen - IIII behind bust

Plume mint mark Shrewsbury

 

19thC livery button 15thC lead token 1603 James 1st hammered silver penny
Georgian bell trade weight

1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross penny

Obv hENRICVS REX III

Rev REN/AVD/ONL/LVND - Moneyer Renavd London mint

15thC lead token 1500-1650 buckle 20thC Essex Corporation button 20thC British Railway button

1900's Generic Merchant Navy Officers

Victorian Royal Artillery button 18thC toy cannon

70BC Morini Celtic gold qtr stater - sent to museum for recording

11mm,1.48g

1470-3 Edward IV hammered silver penny - Durham mint

B at centre of reverse cross

1942 George V milled silver florin (24 pence)

First silver button of this type I have seen

RN Capt / Commander - 1901
Other Ship's Officers - 1901
In use 1901 - 1952

Kings Crown

1279 Edward III hammered silver penny

Rev CIVI/TAS/CAN/TOR - Canterbury mint

1696 William III milled silver sixpence - love token

1810 Napolleone

1810 Italy KINGDOM of NAPOLEON 5 Soldi 1810 M MILAN silver coin

 

1819 George III milled silver sixpence Decorated medieval lead spindle whorl
Victorian monogrammed silver watch Toy bomber
18thC bullion cup weight WWI East Lancashire regiment button

'all in one' cross pendant

CMSE

Civil Military Support Element ?

Georgian Barrel tap

Crusty 50 BC Roman silver with unusual obverse - sent for ID

This is the closest I’ve been able to come. I truly wish I could discern more detail on the reverse, but this “match” seems plausible at least. The obverse is very close to a match, to the extent it can be seen.
It does appear, as I suspected, to be Republican, but so late a date that you could call it “Imperatorial” and not be far off.
Do you have a date for Caesar’s British expedition? This might have come over in one of his soldiers’ purses if that foiled attempt at conquest was after 49/48 BC. (I suspect it might have been earlier – I’m just being lazy not looking it up, but I’vbe had my nose in a couple books for an hour now.
Here’s a photo:



Gens: Sicinia, ca. 49/48 BC Q. Sicinius & C. Coponius
Obv: diademed head of Apollo right, (star below?) Q SICINIVS to right, III . VIR to left (legend clockwise)
Rx: C. COPONIVS PR S.C. club of Hercules surmounted by lion-skin with scalp to right (bow to right, arrow to left?)
Babelon/RSC Sicinia 1; Syd. CRR 939-40; Craw. RRC 444/1; SRCV 413

 

Would I bet my next social security check on this? – maybe not - but I think I got it pretty close seeing that we only had the obverse to go on, really, and much of that unclear as well. All the legible letters correspond to the legends on a clear specimen – the reverse is somewhat different, but these were all hand cut dies and so variety is the norm, within limits. I also suspect the reverse is double-struck about 25% to left on 2nd strike. You can see dotted border at 3:00-4:00 reverse, and I’m pretty sure the crescent you see inboard of that border from 5:00-6:00 is also a segment of border from a 2nd strike. The obverse is also just about exactly 25% off center to left

Mark

 

Interesting silver ring with what looks like a rock crystal - 3.66g, 31mm long

Inscribed 'JH 1521

The ring is inscribed from Henry VIII period - reported as treasure to museum.

 

1836 William IV milled silver four pence 1921 George V milled florin (24 prnce)
1922 George milled shilling 17thC belt slide
1931 George milled six pence 1856 Victoria milled silver three pence
1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny Medieval gilded pendant

Medeival gilded mount

 
1624 Charles 1st hammered silver half half groat  

2000 BC Early Bronze Age flat axe

First ever Scottish groat we have found

1329-71 David II hammered silver groat

Obv DAVID DEI GRA REX SCOTORUM

Rev VILL/AED/INBV/RGH- Edinburgh mint

1836 Russian milled silver 10 Kopeks 1896 Victoria milled silver half crown (30 pence)
1592-5 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver shilling - Tun mint mark 1587-9 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver sixpence -Crescent mint mark
1635-6 Charles 1st hammered silver sixpence - Crown mint mark

1636 Scottish Charles 1st hammered silver twenty pence

Obv CAR D G SCOT ANG FR & HIB FR - Briot's 2nd hammered issue

Rev IUST THRONUM FIRMAT

1816 George III milled silver sixpence Medieval lead spindle whorl 18thC Royal Artillery button
Georgian button 18thC decorated crotal bell Huge Georgian mount
Georgian watch winders 1837 Russian lead bale seal
1603 James 1st hammered silver shilling 1561 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver sixpence - Pheon mint mark

1904 Birmingham mint - Rose gold brooch

1500-1700 mount Georgian button 1921 George V milled silver sixpence
1917 George V milled silver half crown (30 pence) 18thC crotal bell

First ever Romano/British double looped bronze protected terret I have seen
Large silver topped pen knife 1856 Victoria milled silver three pence
1816 George III milled silver shilling forgery 18thC Royal Artillery button 19thC livery button
H.M. Coast Guard
O/R's Button
In use 1820 - 1836 ?
Georgian monogrammed silver open topped thimble
Victorian 2oz trade weight 1849 Victoria milled silver four pence

1351-2 Edward III hammered silver groat - Cross 1 - 9 arches to tressure

Obv +EDWARD Do Go REX ANGL z FRANC D o hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint mark

1942 George VI milled silver florin (24 pence) 1939 George VI milled silver half crown (30 pence)
1936 George V milled silver half crown (30 pence) 1921 George V milled silver six pence
Georgian watch winders Medieval spur rowel
Georgian horse bell Not seen this type of barrel Georgian tap before
Georgian spur 1922 George V milled silver sixpence
1921 George V milled silver florin (24 pence) 1602 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver sixpence
18thC crotal bell Georgian bell trade weight 1836 William IV milled silver four pence
Georgian leg type pipe tamper Georgian button 1819 Russian lead bale seal

97th Regiment of foot button

Prior to 1800, three unconnected Foot Regiments bore the identification number of 97th Foot. The first 97th Regiment of Foot was raised in c1760 and disbanded in 1763. A second regiment was raised in 1780 under Colonel Samuel Stanton and disbanded in 1783. A third 97th Regiment of Foot was formed in 1794 under Sir James Grant, and disbanded in 1796.
In 1805, a new 97th Foot was formed from the Queen's German Regiment (or Queen's German Infantry; originally formed in 1798 as the Minorca Regiment).
In 1816 this 97th Foot Regiment was renumbered the 96th Foot (thus replacing the existing 96th Foot which, also in 1816, was renumbered 95th).
In 1816 when the existing 97th Regiment of Foot was renumbered 96th Foot, the 98th Regiment of Foot was renumbered 97th Foot before being disbanded in 1818.
In 1824, another 97th Foot was formed: the 97th (The Earl of Ulster's) Regiment of Foot. This continued until 1881 when this regiment was linked to the 50th (Queen's Own) Regiment of Foot to form The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment.

 

20thC Fairy charm Medieval rivet bucket handle

1471-83 Edward VII hammered silver gorat - Cross and 4 pellets initial mark - Trefoils in all cusps- Gb crown

Groat of type XVI

Obv +EDWARD'DEI GRA ****

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint mark

1351 Edward III hammered silver half groat Pre Treaty series

No lis above crown - 9 tressures - Lis on cusps - C and E closed- Annulet stops - N reversed

+EDWARDVS REX ANGL: Z FRANC

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint mark

15thC lead token Georgian watch winder

600AD Saxon silver sceat - sent to EMC for ID and recording

1.13g, 11mm


Many thanks for this Series E, Primary variety G3, which I have recorded as EMC 2020.0116.
Best regards,
Martin

1817 George III milled silver sixpence 18thC Royal Navy button WII Army medical Corp badge
1500-1650 buckle 15thC lead token 1946 George VI milled silver sixpence
WWII Royal Artillery button 17thC lead token Taco'd Post medieval hammered silver penny

1820 George IV milled silver half crown (30 pence)

18thC bullion cup weight 1838 Victoria milled silver four pence

RN Capt / Commander - 1787
RN Lieutenant - 1787

Medieval mount with two integral lugs 1816 George III milled silver sixpence
15thC lead token Georgian advertising watch winder Medeival lead mount

This is not the usual Victorian GPO button - Can anyone ID it ?

General Post Office No11 button

1696 William III milled silver shilling (12 pence)
Medieval mount with two integral lugs 19thC livery button 1792 Norfolk Norwich Halfpenny Condor Token OBVERSE: Shield of arms of the city of Norwich, castle with lion below. 1 7 9 2 REVERSE: A man working in a loom with bobbin winder; quite detailed. EDGE: JOHN HARVEY OF NORWICH .XXXX.
Georgian fob seal matrix George 1st trade weight - Crown G London Georgian watch winder
WWII Royal Air force badge 1578 - 1579 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat - Greek cross mint mark
1864 Victoria milled silver shilling ( 12 pence) 1920 George V milled silver sixpence
1889 Victoria milled silver three pence 1689 James II gunmetal coinage - shilling (12 pence)
Georgian silver button with glass stone Medieval mount
Medieval mount 1580 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver six pence
Little and large 18thC crotal bells 16thC stone cannon ball
1649 Commonwealth hammered silver penny

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny

Obv +ED***DNS hYB

 

1696 Willaim III milled silver sixpence - love token Georgian silver band - Maker IR
18thC clog fastener

60th Regiment of Foot

( Royal American )

​  ​An officers example to the 60th, known as the 60th  Royal American Regt of Foot from 1757-1815, then Royal American LI 1815-1824, before becoming Duke of York's Own Rifle Corps and then the KRRC 1830-81.

Description: Crowned 60 within strap reading HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE.

Category:​​ Regular Army;

Type of button: Convex 20mm ​;

Metal: Copper Alloy silvered; Backmark​: None

​Date: c1785-1800  ​

 

19thC livery button 19thC livery button 1928 George V milled silver florin (24 pence)

1603 James 1st hammered silver sixpence -Thistle mint mark

1587-9 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat-Crescent mint mark 1195 Scottish William 1 The Lion hammered silver half penny
16thC Tudor button Georgian buckle 1500-1650 buckle
1853 Victoria milled silver sixpence

Unknown Eagle button

Firmin and Son London

153 Strand London

58th (Rutlandshire)
Regiment of Foot

The 58th (Rutlandshire) Regiment of Foot was a British Army line infantry regiment, raised in 1755. Under the Childers Reforms it amalgamated with the 48th (Northamptonshire) Regiment of Foot to form the Northamptonshire Regiment in 1881

1831 Russian lead bale seal
18thC crotal bell 17thC hammered copper trade farthing

Riveted copper handle

1605-6 James 1st hammered silver penny- Rose mint mark Medieval lead trade weight 1500-100 mount
18thC clog fastener 1500-1700 mount 1817 George III milled silver sixpence
Romano/British bronze mount 18thC crotal bells
18thC crotal bell

Unrecorded 5th Dragoon guards button

Description: ​​​Crowned Hannover Horse over V D.G with VESTIGIA NULLA RETRORSUM around. Category:​​ Dragoons​ ​

Type of button: Slightly Convex​​; ​

Metal: Copper Alloy, silver gilded. Backmark: ​​;

Date: ​c1780-1796

Crimera war period

The 5th Dragoons became Princess Charlotte of Wales's Dragoon Guards in 1804.

1344-51 Edward III hammered gold qtr nobel - Standard C type

Obv +EDWAR D G R EX ANGL Z *** hYB - E at centre on obverse -satire stops

Rev: + EXALTABITUR IN GLORIA I

Obv shield quartered with the arms of England and France within a tressure of six arches (early coin)

2.04g,20mm

Victorian gold ring - Maker KB & P

1.03g, 17mm

 

1351 1361 Edward III hammered silver groat - Fourth coinage Pre Treaty period

Obv + EDWARD DG o ANGL o Z o FRANC D h: Y : B :

Closed letter E type 2

9 tressures

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint

2ndC Roman enamelled disc brooch 1625 Charles 1st hammered silver penny
18thC crotal bell Medieval bronze pot foot 1816 George III milled silver sixpence

1788 silver spoon - London hall mark - Maker SG - Duty paid symbol

Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan

1787..1800
(registered Sep 1786)

1819 George III milled silver sixpence 1891 Old Bust Victorian milled silver shilling (12 pence)

RN Capt / Commander - 1787
RN Lieutenant - 1787

Medieval sexfoil mount 1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross farthing
16thC Tudor button

1474 -1504 Seville, Spain, 1/2 real, Ferdinand-Isabel, mintmark S plus

Obv + RCx.C.T:REE.WA.CRST.CSIO

Rev RELISH + FERN*****NIS:ET.

1760's silver clog fastener - unknown maker RN

1299- 1300 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - Class 9a2, open E & C - Star on breast, Unbarred N

Obv + EDWAR ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint

1943 George VI milled silver sixpence

1279 Edward 2st hammered silver penny

+EDWA**ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/CAN/TOR - Canterbury mint

1625 Cahrles 1st hammered silver penny Medieval hammered silver long cross penny - Quadrefoil with pellet at centre of reverse cross - York mint
15thC lead token 15thC lead token Victorian gold button
17thC lead token Capt / Commander - 1774-1787
RN Master & Mate - 1787-1807
RN Surgeon - 1787-1805
RN Purser - 1787-1807
1772 Georgian coin weight - 10 sillings and six pence - half gold guinea
Medieval hammered silver long cross penny fragment 1634-5 Charles 1st hammered silver half groat - Bell mint mark
1816 George III milled silver shilling (12 pence) 1603 James 1st hammered silver penny

Rose each side with legend and no inner circles.

1625 Charles 1st hammered silver penny

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver long cross farthing - inner circles both sides
Medieval lead gaming token 15thC lead token - type 2 19thC Russian lead bale seal
Honourable East India Company button 17thC lead token Victorian East England Co-op Society - 2 pence token
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

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