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    Miss Jeff's cracking relic and seal pouch

    Another fantastic group of relics and hams


    Georgian fob seal matrix


    C8thC Viking fretwork 'ladder of life' strapend - these are well known for being unusually large
    53.95mm L x 29.77 mm W


    Circa 1260 AD lead personal seal , 4 have been found attached to pasture rights. The design is typical of mid 13thC non heraldic seals


    Cleaned up crusty 13thC vessica seal matrix - sacrificial lamb type

    1272 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - Cross Pattee - Class 4e -
    First Class 4e I have seen - unusual 3 pellets on breast
    Obv EDWR ANGL DNS HYB
    Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint


    1.1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny
    2.1572-3 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat>
    3.13thC vessica seal matrix - sacrificial lamb type>
    4.1413 AD Henry V hammered silver penny Quatrefoil with pellet reverse cross>
    Rev CIVI/TAS/EBO/RACI - York mint>
    5.Medieval long cross hammered silver penny>
    6.Georgian fob seal matrix>
    7.Circa 1260 AD lead personal seal , 4 have been found attached to pasture rights. The design is typical of mid 13thC non heraldic seals>
    8.1272 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - Cross Pattee - Class 4e - >
    First Class 4e I have seen - unusual 3 pellets on breastObv EDWR ANGL DNS HYB >
    Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint>
    9.C8thC Viking fretwork 'ladder of life' strap end 53.95mm L x 29.77 mm W>
    10.1561 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver groat >
    11. 1634 Charles 1st hammered copper rose farthing>
    12.1856 Victoria milled silver sixpence>
    13.1696 William III milled silver shilling>
    15. 1819 George III milled silver sixpence>
    16.1341 Edward III hammered silver penny - Florin issue> Obv EDWAR ANGL DNS HYB Rev CIVI/TAS/CAN/TOR - Canterbury mint>
    17. 4 4thC Roman bronze coins - illegible>
    19.Victoria milled silver sixpence worn date>
    20.1817 George III milled silver sixpence

    22 18th to 20thC copper coins>

    1.Post medieval cast copper alloy buckle frame Circa AD 1600 - 1699>
    2.Georgian watch winder>
    3.Claudius - 41-54 AD Roman bronze coin>
    4. 18thC bayonet frog>
    6. Post medieval lead hanging weight>
    7. 10 lead musket balls>
    9. 1500-1700 mount>
    10. 20thC harness buckle>
    11. Georgian door handle>
    12. Georgian thimble>
    13.20thC harness buckle>
    14.20thC harness buckle>
    16.20thC harness buckle>
    17.1500-1700 mount>
    18.Edwardian enameled brooch>
    20. Nail>

    54 Post Tudor buttons>

    1.5 18th to 20thC copper coins>
    4.17thC hammered copper trade farthing>
    5.19thC Condor token Halfpenny token of Hull, Yorkshire, dated 1791>
    6.1762 Dutch copper coin >
    7.Post medieval lead cloth seal>
    8. Post medieval lead alnage cloth seal>
    9.Post medieval lead cloth seal>
    10. 2- Post medieval lead hanging weights>
    11. Medieval lead pot mend>
    13. 2 Georgian watch winders>
    14. Georgian buckle fragment>
    17. Post medieval harness ring>
    18.Post medieval lead bale seal>
    19.Georgian hook>

    1. Possible medieval chaffing dish handle>
    3. 2 nails>
    5. Georgian pull handle>
    6.4 buckle fragments>
    9. Victorian clockwork key>
    10. Georgian hinge >
    11. Post medieval riveted plate>
    12. Post medieval lead hanging weight>
    14. Medieval knife pommel>
    15. Georgian safe key hole cover Crown GR cipher>

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    amazing history

    love the viking find - the identification and organization of all the finds on this site amaze me - cant wait to go - i learn something new every time i look - good job jeff

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    Beautiful pouch Jeff. That Fob seal matrix is incredible. Well done...Rob
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    Great finds, especially love that matrix :-)

    Cheers

    Tony

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    Nice seals but I love the Edwardian brooch! congrats
    Debby Magnin
    Bradenton, FL
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    Great pouch Jeff, you covered a lot of history.

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