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HOARD

Unique ID: GLO-B2B57C

Object type certainty: Certain
Workflow status: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation

This is a hoard of fifteen silver coins, the latest of which is darted to 1530-1544 during the reign of Henry VIII

1, Penny of Henry VIII minted under Archbishop Wolsey Date 1529-30 Sovereign type Mint Mark: star

Obverse: enthroned king facing forwards, H D G ROSA SIE SPIA Reverse: shield divided by a long cross, TW either side of shield CIVI/TAS/ DVR/RAM

North 1812

2, Penny of Henry VII (1485-1509) Sovereign type minted under Archbishop Rotherham and dated to AD1489-1500 and minted in York

Obverse: enthroned king facing forwards, two pillars to throne HENRICUS DI GRA REX ANG Reverse: shield divided by a long cross, two keys below shield CIVITAS EBORACI

North 1729

3, Silver half penny of Henry VIII (c.1509-1547) second coinage (1526-44),

Obverse: bust facing forwards with single arched crown [h] D G ROSA S[IE SPIA] Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle [CIVITAS LO]NDON

North 1815

4, Silver half penny of Henry VIII (c.1509-1547) second coinage (1526-44),

Obverse: bust facing forwards with single arched crown [h D G RO]SA S[IE SPIA]

Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle [CIVI]TAS LO[NDON]

North 1815

5, Silver farthing of Henry VIII (c.1509-1547) second coinage, minted by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer (1533-1556) at Canterbury

Obverse: bust facing forwards with single arched crown T to the left and C to the right of the bust [h D G ROSA SIE SPIA]

Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle [CIVI]TAS [CANTO]R

North 1817

6, Silver half penny of Henry VIII (c.1509-1547) second coinage (1526-44),

Obverse: bust facing forwards with single arched crown h D G [RO]SA SIE [SPIA] (saltire stops)

Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle [CIVI[TAS] LONDON

North 1815

7, Silver half Groat of Henry VIII (c.1509-1547) second coinage minted by Archbishop Edward Lee (1531-1544). Mint mark key

Obverse: crowned bust facing right HENRIC VIII D GR AGL Z FR

Reverse: coat-of-arms surmounted by cross fourchée , W in left field, A in the right field. CIVITAS EBORACI

North 1807

8, Silver Groat of Henry VIII (c.1509-1547), second coinage, mint mark pheon (1526-1532)

Obverse: crowned bust facing right HENRIC VIII D G R AGL Z FRANC

Reverse: coat-of-arms surmounted by cross fourchée POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV

North 1797

9, Silver half groat of Henry VIII (c.1509-1547) second coinage minted by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer (1533-1556) at Canterbury. mint mark Catherine Wheel 1533-1544

Obverse: bust facing forwards with single arched crown T to the left and C to the right of the bust HENRIC VIII D GR AGL Z FR

Reverse: coat-of-arms surmounted by cross fourchée CIVITAS CANTOR

North 1804

10, Silver groat of Edward IV light coinage (1464-1470), mint marks possibly Rose (obverse)/Crown (reverse)

Obverse: crowned bust facing forward, Quatrafoils at neck EDWAR[D DI GR]A REX ANGL Z FRANC

Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle POSVI DEUM ADIVT[OREM MEUM] / CIVITAS LONDON

North 1574

11, A silver groat of Henry VII mint mark Tun 1486-1504 minted jointly by King and Archbishop Morton.

Obverse: Crowned bust facing forward (double arched crown) HENRIC[ DE]I GRA REX ANGL] Z FR Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle POSVI [DEUM ADIVTORE MEU] / CIVITAS CANTOR

North 1712

12, Silver half groat of Edward IV minted at Canterbury (Royal)

Obverse: crowned bust facing forward, (no marks by neck) [ED]WARD DI [GRA RE]X AN[GL Z FRANC]

Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle [POSVI DEUM ADIVTOREM MEUM] / CIVITAS CANTOR

North 1589

13, A silver groat of Henry VII, No mint mark, minted under Archbishop Morton (1486-1500)

Obverse: Crowned bust facing forward (double arched crown) [HENR]IC DI GRA R[EX ANGL Z FR]

Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle [P]OSVI DEU ADIVTO[RE MEU] / CIVITAS CANTOR

North 1711

14, A silver groat of Henry VII, mint mark Tun 1486-1504 minted jointly by King and Archbishop Morton.

Obverse: Crowned bust facing forward (double arched crown) HEN[RIC DEI GR]A [REX ANGL Z] FR Reverse: long cross with three pellets in each angle POSVI [DEUM A]DI[VTOR]E [MEU] / CIVITAS CANTOR

North 1712

15, A silver half real of Alfonso V of Portugal (1438-81).

Obverse: a cross of five shields Obverse inscription: [ALFO]NSVS [QVINTIREGIS:P]

Reverse: crowned A, L beneath A Reverse inscription: ADIV[TORVM] NOS[TRVM]:IN:NO Mint: Lisbon.

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Subsequent actions

Subsequent action after recording: Submitted for consideration as Treasure

Treasure details

Treasure case tracking number: 2020T1038

Chronology

Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
Period from: POST MEDIEVAL
Period to: POST MEDIEVAL
Date from: Circa AD 1530
Date to: Circa AD 1544

Dimensions and weight

Quantity: 15

Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Sunday 15th November 2020

Personal details

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Other reference numbers

Treasure case number: 2020T1038

Materials and construction

Primary material: Silver
Manufacture method: Struck or hammered
Completeness: Complete

Spatial metadata

Region: South West (European Region)
County or Unitary authority: Gloucestershire (County)
District: Stroud (District)
Parish or ward: Dursley (Civil Parish)

Spatial coordinates

4 Figure: ST7597
Four figure Latitude: 51.67121085
Four figure longitude: -2.36290887
1:25K map: ST7597
1:10K map: ST79NE
Grid reference source: From finder
Unmasked grid reference accurate to a 1 metre square.

Discovery metadata

Method of discovery: Metal detector
General landuse: Cultivated land
Specific landuse: Character undetermined

References cited

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