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    Site Admin Senior member Colchesterhunter's Avatar
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    Brad's crap pouch

    Poor old Brad was only here for a week in Feb so he only got one gold coin and a few widgets
    Just managed to ID his rough Celtic bronze unit as a 10 to 40 AD Celtic bronze unit - Cunobelinus Pegasus Victory left ABC 2921


    Saxon gold flat pin head base - reported as treasure to museum
    0.94g, 10.35mm



    Amethyst and gold pendant - not certain of age so reported as potential treasure to museum - after 1713 so not treasure

    45 BC Celtic stater of Addedomaros - sent for recording to CCI and reported as hoard to museum
    5.54g,17.39mm


    1591-4 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half penny


    Very neat 18thC silver button with glass stone and gold engraving

    1509- 26 Henry VIII hammered silver groat - Pheon mint mark


    Monster find - circa 8thC Anglo Saxon mount - possibly Viking - one for the museum - cleaned up pictures added
    Black enamel with silver inlay
    40.28mm high

    As dug and now 'cooking' to remove crust
    Primary Saxon silver sceat 600- 700 AD - sent to Fitzwilliam museum for recording and ID
    Left facing bust
    1.23g, 11.41mm
    Many thanks. This is EMC 2013.0066.
    Series D (Type 2c).
    Best wishes,
    Martin


    Possible silver Tudor mount reported to museum as treasure



    C 8thC Saxon buckle


    This is a very rare 17thC trade token as the Norweb ref books do not show any tokens issued for Hadleigh - great find
    1667 Thomas Martin of Hadleigh Essex hammered copper trade farthing
    Obv THOMAS MARTIN
    Rev TS
    1667 OF.HADLEIGH


    Very unusual medieval annular brooch



    1.1509- 26 Henry VIII hammered silver groat - Pheon mint mark
    2.1344 Edward III hammered silver half penny - Florin penny - Cross 3 Obv EDWAR ANGL DNS HYB Rev CIV/TAS/LON/DON- London mint>
    3.1858 Victoria milled silver sixpence>
    4.1591-4 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half penny>
    5.1327 Edward III hammered silver half penny - Cross 3 Obv EDWAR ***** HYB>
    Rev CIV/TAS/LON/DON- London mint>
    6. Illegible hammered silver coin fragment>
    7.1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny>
    8. 1215 Henry III hammered silver short cross half penny Rev ** ON.CANT** - Canterbury mint>
    9.8thC Anglo Saxon mount – currently with Colchester museum>
    10.18thC silver button with glass stone and gold engraving>
    11.1413 Henry V hammered silver half penny Obv HENR ***** pellet by crown>
    12. Medieval lead trade weight>
    13.Illegible hammered silver coin fragment>
    15.1346-80 Charles V Shield of France ancient type jetton Obv + AVE MARIA GRACIA PLE Rev Double stranded arcuate cross fleuretty with lis at centre>
    16.1927 George V milled silver shilling>
    17. 10 to 40 AD Celtic bronze unit - Cunobelinus Pegasus Victory left ABC 2921
    18. Illegible milled silver sixpence>
    19. 1816 George III milled silver sixpence>
    20. 1500-1700 mount>


    1.2ndC Roman head stud fibular brooch
    2. 17thc sword belt fitting>
    3.C 8thC Saxon buckle>
    4.Medieval annular brooch>
    5. Post Medieval cast copper alloy single loop buckle frame. 1500-1650 AD>
    6. Medieval spur>
    8. Cast asymmetrical buckle frame with a narrowed pin bar Circa AD 1575 -1700
    >9. 18thC musket ramrod guide>
    11. Post medieval harness ring>
    12.Post Medieval cast copper alloy single loop buckle frame. 1500-1650 AD>
    13. 20thC dog charm>
    14. Georgian silver buckle fragment>
    15.1500-1700 mount>
    16.Post medieval London lead cloth seal>
    17. Georgian wooden stick end>
    18. 1550-1650 buckle>
    19. Copper disc with flower patterns - unknown>


    1. Edwardian copper mount
    2. British Field sports badge Year:1960 - 1970>
    3.Medieval buckle plate>
    4. Tudor period mount with glass bead decoration>
    5. 1500-1700 mount>
    6.1500-1700 mount>
    7. 20thC copper ‘Tumbler’ tag>
    8. Saxon gilded hook fastener fragment>
    9. Medieval lead mount>
    10. Shell button>
    12. Medieval buckle plate>
    13.2 buckle fragments>
    16. 4 Post Tudor pottery shards>


    21 – 18thC to 20thC copper coins


    1.16 – 18thC to 20thC copper coins>
    13. Post medieval key hole cover>
    14.1500-1700 mount>
    15. Georgian copper decorated rod>
    16. 20thC pressed copper name plate>
    17.1634 Charles 1st hammered copper rose farthing>
    18.1667 Thomas Martin of Hadleigh Essex hammered copper trade farthing>
    Obv THOMAS MARTIN Rev TS 1667 OF.HADLEIGH>
    19.1500-1700 mount>
    20.1500-1700 mount>



    1.1500-1700 mount>
    2.1500-1700 mount>
    3.17thC mount>
    4.17thC mount>
    5. Post 1713 Gold and stone brooch- reported to Colchester museum and disclaimed>
    6. Georgian name tag fragment>
    7.1500-1700 mount>
    8.Georgian draw pull fragment>
    9. Copper rim – marked IASO – possible binocular rim fragment>
    10.1500-1700 mount>
    11.1500-1700 mount>
    12. Lead toy figurine on horse>
    13. Post medieval pot fragment>
    14. Gilded copper jewellery fragment>
    15. Burnt hammered silver coin fragment - illegible>
    16. 3 Georgian buckle fragments>
    19.2– 18thC to 20thC copper coins>


    1. Celtic bronze unit - illegible>
    2. 10 Post Tudor buttons>

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    I really enjoyed looking at all your finds. You have some really interesting items. Even your pottery shards are pretty cool!

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    WOW...what a pouch!
    Congrats,
    FL Paul
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    Hope I find crap like that next time. Great Finds!!!

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    NYAllan
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    I 'll take all that crap

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    FloridaGene
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    Very Nice Pouch Brad. WTG

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    IllTom
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    Brad's Crap pouch

    Great Stuff !!! Maybe next time I'll find something like that.

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    I wish I could find crap like that.

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    Outstanding finds! Good job.

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