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    Ch Ron's monster pouch 2016/17 Oct

    Did old Ron's pouch first so I could get his gold off to our goldsmith for repair. Normal crappy pouch for our clubs old gold hog

    1361- 69 Edward III hammered gold qtr nobel - Treaty period, Large pellet at centre of reverse cross
    Obv EDWAR DEI GRAC ANGL D
    19mm,1.83g

    WWI British Army Music Corps Musicians Cap Badge King's Crown


    Neat Georgian silver button face - cherub design

    Alexander II 1214-49 Scottish hammered silver halfpenny
    Obv **DER
    Rev ROE - Roxburgh mint

    Monster 1625 Charles 1st hammered gold Unite forgery
    Obv CAROLVS DG **
    36mm, 12.70g


    Date from: Circa AD 1600
    Date to: Circa AD 1700
    Cast copper alloy
    This instrument has a globular knopped handle at the hinge. There is a small ridge just below the knop on the outer edge of each of the arms. The upper sections of each arms is flattened and one is recessed to accomodate the other. The arms then change shape to have a square cross-section before tapering to form points. There are some decorative facets on the inner edges of the arms near the flattened upper section. There is no evidence of maker's marks.
    Similar dividers have been recorded on The Portable Antiquities Scheme database. For example, see finds: LON-33D734; NMS-886014; LVPL-6DBFA6.

    Large 1760- 1773 coin weight, £3 - 12s coin weight (864 pence) - to weigh Portuguese moidore or 'joe' series of gold coins
    This weight has makers make on reverse





    Georgian watch winders

    Nice big Roman bronze sent for ID
    8.16g, 24.92mm
    This appears to be an As of Elagabalus, 218-222, I'm afraid the reverse is too far gone for me to figure out what it was. The obverse legend would have been something on the order of IMP CAES M AVR ANTONINVS PIVS AVG.
    Luckily for us, that prominent "O" above the head is a strong indicator that it's in the middle of "ANTONINVS" and since the earlier emperors who used that name in their titles, Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius, were both bearded, that leaves us with only Caracalla and Elagabalus. The portrait doesn't look at all like even a young Caracalla - who would have had a legend ending in CAES where this one ends AVG.
    The portrait tends to resemble Severus Alexander - they were cousins, after all, but he wouldn't have an "O" in his obverse legend.
    Sorry I can't tell you any more about the reverse - I just can't make out any useful detail at all.
    Mark

    1811 Bank of England milled silver 1s 6D (18 pence) forgery

    Georgian fob seal matrix - lady standing leaning left on anchor

    Extra large 13thC seal matrix - sacrificial lamb impression
    The central design of a lamb with flag is often accompanied by the inscription ECCE AGNUS DEI, although that is not the case with that example.

    1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny
    Obv +EDWR ANGLE DNS hYB
    Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint



    1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross farthing
    Rev /OLE/ - Moneyer Nicole

    1413 -22 Henry V hammered silver half penny - Type 11 - Trefoil to left of crown, annulet to right
    Obv +hENRIC'xREX:ANGL'
    Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint



    1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny
    Obv +EDWR ANGL DNS hYB
    Rev CIVI/TAS/EBO/RACI - York mint

    1582-3 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny

    1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross half penny

    Roman wedge key pendant

    1351-2 Edward III hammered silver groat (4 pence), annulet stops
    obv EDWA***** REX ANGLZ FR **
    Rev CIVI/TAS/EBO/RACI - York mint



    Bistum Münster 1/24 Taler 1755 Silber Clemens August v. Bayern


    18thC Dutch silver coin - Holandia


    Georgian silver decorated thimble



    1635 - 6 Charles 1st hammered silver hlaf groat - Crown mint mark


    1422 -61 Henry VI hammered silver half penny - Satire leaf issue - Satires by neck
    Obv +hENRIC'xREX:ANGLI'x
    Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint


    1. 1811 Bank of England milled silver 1s 6D (18 pence) forgery
    2.1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny Obv +EDWR ANGL DNS hYB Rev CIVI/TAS/EBO/RACI - York mint
    3.1361- 69 Edward III hammered gold qtr nobel - Treaty period, Large pellet at centre of reverse cross Obv EDWAR DEI GRAC ANGL D 19mm,1.83g
    4.1587-9 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny - Crescent mint mark
    5.1592- 5 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny - Tun mint mark
    6.16thC Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat
    7.1635 - 6 Charles 1st hammered silver hlaf groat - Crown mint mark
    8.1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny Obv +EDWR ANGLE DNS hYB
    Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint
    9.1582-3 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny
    10.1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross half penny
    11.Bistum Münster 1/24 Taler 1755 Silber Clemens August v. Bayern
    12. 1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross farthing
    13.1247 Henry III hammered silver voided farthing Rev /NIC/ - Moneyer Nicole
    14.1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross farthing
    15.1351-2 Edward III hammered silver groat (4 pence), annulet stops obv EDWA***** REX ANGLZ FR ** Rev CIVI/TAS/EBO/RACI - York mint
    16.1413 -22 Henry V hammered silver half penny - Type 11 - Trefoil to left of crown, annulet to right Obv +hENRIC'xREX:ANGL' Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint
    17. 1874 Victoria milled silver three pence
    18.1582-4 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver - A mint mark
    19.1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross farthing Rev /OLE/ - Moneyer Nicole
    20.1422 -61 Henry VI hammered silver half penny - Satire leaf issue - Satires by neck Obv +hENRIC'xREX:ANGLI'x Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint

    1.Alexander II 1214-49 Scottish hammered silver halfpenny Obv **DER Rev ROE - Roxburgh mint
    2.17thC William III milled silver shilling
    3.1896 Victoria milled silver six pence
    4.17thC William III milled silver sixpence
    5. 17thC William III milled silver sixpence - lovetoken
    6.1625 Charles 1st hammered gold Unite forgery Obv CAROLVS DG ** 36mm, 12.70g
    7.18thC Dutch silver coin - Holandia
    8.17thC William III milled silver shilling
    9. 18thC Royal Navy silver button
    10. Victorian silver thimble fragment
    11.Victorian silver thimble fragment
    12.Georgian silver decorated thimble
    13.Victorian silver thimble fragment
    14.13thC seal matrix - - sacrificial lamb impression
    15.WWI British Army Music Corps Musicians Cap Badge King's Crown
    16.Victorian Electro plated silver spoon handle - maker Rogers
    18.Georgian silver button face - cherub design
    19.Georgian silver decorated thimble


    1. Roman wedge key pendant
    2. 1830's London Guildhall trade weight
    3. Unknown copper axe shaped mount
    4. Roman buckle fragment
    5. 1896 Victoria milled silver six pence
    6. Georgian silver spoon
    8. Large 1760- 1773 coin weight, £3 - 12s coin weight (864 pence) - to weigh Portuguese moidore or 'joe' series of gold coins This weight has makers make on reverse
    9. 17thC dividers
    10. Post medieval trade weight
    11. 5th Battalion The Queens ( Royal West Surry Regiment) badge
    13. Georgian silver decorated thimble
    14. 1550-1700 buckle
    15. Georgian link
    16.8 Georgian watch winders


    1. Post medieval lead token
    2. Georgian fob seal matrix - lady standing leaning left on anchor
    3. Georgian barrel tap
    5. 20thC harness buckle
    6. 20thC harness buckle
    8. Georgian mount
    10. 1946 George VI milled silver sixpence
    13. Georgian draw pull
    14.1500-1700 mount
    16. Georgian buckle
    17.1500-1650 buckle


    23 – 18th to 20thC copper coins


    24 – 18th to 20thC copper coins


    29 – 18th to 20thC copper coins


    1. Post medieval alnage cloth seal
    2. 1340 AD French Jetton
    3. 17thC hammered copper trade farthing - Harwich
    4. 15thC lead token
    5. WWII Army lapel badge
    6. C10thC Saxon harness fragment
    7.Roman bronze coin, As of Elagabalus, 218-222
    8. 2nd Roman bronze coin
    9. 15thC lead token
    10. Georgian copper thimble
    11. 1500-1700 mount
    12. 3 nails
    14. Post medieval harness ring
    15. Post medieval harness ring
    16. 1634 Charles 1st hammered copper rose farthing
    17. 1634 Charles 1st hammered copper rose farthing
    18. 1634 Charles 1st hammered copper rose farthing
    19. 15thC lead token
    20. 1586 Hans Krauwincel II Rose orb Jetton


    1.1719 Belgium copper coin
    2. 4thC Roman bronze coin - illegible
    3. Post medieval lead token
    4.1500-1700 mount
    5. 4thC Roman bronze coin - illegible
    6. 4 – 18th to 20thC copper coins
    9. Lead gaming token
    10. 1500-1700 mount
    11. 19thC 1 cent Belgium copper coin
    12. Georgian coin weight
    13.21 Post Tudor buttons

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    That is a stunning qtr noble there Ron! Will be great to see after it's been repaired.

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    A great pouch , indeed , Ron .

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    Congrats on some great finds Ron, especially the gold, WTG. Can't wait to see the gold coin after it is repaired.

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    awesome finds

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    Wow! Fine pouch. Of course the hammered gold is fantastic and so are the seals but I really love the musicians hat badge. Great pouch through and through.
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    Enjoyed looking at all your finds. Very interesting

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