2017-05-23T07:55:46+01:00https://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/jsonhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/xmlhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/rsshttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/atomhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/kmlhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/geojsonhttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results/format/qrcodehttps://finds.org.uk/database/search/results2301202012-05-10T21:16:01Z1CircaPM18811Copper alloy32011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2RING7PAS4FAC301100157CCirca2011CertainLANCUM-C302A4images/dboughton/22016-10-15T20:47:31Z Cast copper alloy ring, possibly a curtain ring dating from the post-medieval or early modern period. The object is circular in plan and hexagonal in cross-section. The ring varies in thickness where the object has worn probably due to wearing against another connection. Plain rings of such proportions have often been suggested to be Medieval or Post-Medieval harness rings (Geake 2001, 74), though they are typically un-diagnostic. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/4MODERNDot Boughtonx41047PMx410474.1Metal detectorCast190000141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4LANCUMDot Boughton256DistrictCertain106271LateOverCentred on fieldEasternMODERNCambridgeshire1303Dot Boughton1South Cambridgeshire1Early100finds-502628POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty36Complete586540141425141POST MEDIEVAL50262815001CertainLANCUM-C30113LANCUMC30113.jpg13862016-10-22T15:12:51.568Z2012-05-10T21:06:31Z1CircaMD2634976318811x26347Silver22011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Henry_II_of_EnglandCivil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2COIN22PAS4FAC2DD7001192Circa2011Certain2641430LANCUM-C2DF46images/dboughton/2016-10-15T20:37:27Z Medieval silver hammered cut short-cross halfpenny of Henry II dating from c. AD1180-1189. Class 1b (rounded letter E). Moneyer: WILLELM, Mint: Northampton. North 963 or 964. Obverse description: Crowned bust facing with sceptre left Obverse inscription: HENRICVS REX Reverse description: Voided short cross with pellets in angles Reverse inscription: +WIL[LELM ON].NOR 2http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Probably4Short cross class 1b (N 963)MEDIEVALDot Boughtonx14221MDx142210.63Metal detectorStruck or hammered118900141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4English coin short and long cross period 1180 - 1278LANCUMDot Boughton71961DistrictCertain117281MiddleOverCentred on fieldEasternMEDIEVALvoided short cross with pellets in angles14Cambridgeshire1303Dot Boughton2+WIL[LELM ON].NORhENRICVS REXSouth Cambridgeshire1Certainnone154MiddleHenry II of England100finds-502627Northamptoncrowned bust facing with sceptre leftMEDIEVALRegularCut halfpennyReturned to finderCounty1647290.1Complete501586537241425129MEDIEVAL50262711801201CertainLANCUM-C2DD71LANCUMC2DD71.jpgx1422113862016-10-22T15:12:51.567Z2012-05-10T20:39:48Z1CircaPM101411Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014B03F4D4012BBFURNITURE FITTING7PAS4FAC2793001ED2CircaCertainPUBLIC-C28BE7images/PatrickBrown/2012-06-13T15:20:00Z A fragment of a cast copper-alloy drop handle of the post-medieval period. The fragment consists of the rectangular hanging loop from the top of the handle. The loop has pointed protrusions at each corner and there is a ropework pattern on the bottom side of the hanging loop. The fragment is a dark red brown in colour. Length of fragment 15.5mm, width of fragment 15.2mm, thickness 2.6mm Weight 2.1g See HAMP-54D824 http://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts/record/id/416525 for a similar handle. 15.2http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Patrick Brownx410472.1Metal detectorCast18000014B03F4D4012BB129Patrick Brown1PUBLICPeter Reavill10Unitary AuthorityCertain106271Brampton AbbottsGPS (from the finder)West MidlandsCounty of Herefordshire38904Patrick Brown15.5County of Herefordshire1with finder1finds-502626Returned to finderUnitary Authority2.6Fragment3809691414261POST MEDIEVAL50262616001CertainPUBLIC-C27937PUBLIC-C27937.jpg389042016-10-22T15:12:51.566Z2012-05-10T20:33:37Z1CircaMD2638384018811x25814Silver22011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Henry_III_of_EnglandCivil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2COIN22PAS4FAC260700158BCirca2011Certain2653877LANCUM-C26410images/dboughton/2016-10-15T20:42:47Z Medieval silver hammered short-cross penny of Henry III dating from c. AD1222-36. Class 7b. North 979. Type: Short cross class 7b (N 979) Obverse description: Crowned bust facing with sceptre left Obverse inscription: HENRICVS REX Reverse description: Voided short cross with pellets in angles Reverse inscription: IOAN ON CANTER 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Certain4Short cross class 7b (N 979)MEDIEVALDot Boughtonx14221MDx142211.29Metal detectorStruck or hammered123600141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4English coin short and long cross period 1180 - 1278LANCUMDot Boughton61761DistrictCertain117281MiddleOverCentred on fieldEasternMEDIEVALvoided short cross with pellets in angles14Cambridgeshire1303Dot Boughton2IOAN ON CANTERhENRICVS REXSouth Cambridgeshire1Certainnone47MiddleHenry III of England100finds-502625CanterburyCrowned bust facing with sceptre leftMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderCounty1687290.1Complete511586539241425129MEDIEVAL50262512221204CertainLANCUM-C26073LANCUMC26073.jpgx1422113862016-10-22T15:12:51.565Z2012-05-10T20:23:20Z1CircaMD18811Silver22011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Edward_I_of_EnglandCivil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2COIN22PAS4FAC23B80010A3Circa2011CertainLANCUM-C23E63images/dboughton/2016-10-15T20:40:38Z Medieval silver hammered penny of Edward I probably dating from c. AD1280-1300 (trifoliate crown). Very worn. Obverse description: Crowned bust facing Obverse inscription: EDWRANGLDNShYB Reverse description: Long cross dividing legend with pellets in angles Reverse inscription: CIVITAS [...] 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Certain4Edward I, not further definedMEDIEVALDot Boughtonx14221MDx142210.61Metal detectorStruck or hammered130000141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4English coin Edwardian type 1279 - 1377LANCUMDot Boughton71661DistrictCertain117281MiddleOverCentred on fieldEasternMEDIEVALlong cross dividing legend with pellets in angles15Cambridgeshire1303Dot Boughton2CIVITAS [...]EDWRANGLDNShYBSouth Cambridgeshire1Certainnone1419MiddleEdward I of England100finds-502624UnknownCrowned bust facingMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderCounty1769290.1Complete511586538241425129MEDIEVAL50262412801205CertainLANCUM-C23B80LANCUMC23B80.jpgx1422113862016-10-22T15:12:51.563Z2012-05-10T20:15:58Z1CircaMD2638384018811x25814Silver2011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Edward_I_of_EnglandCivil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2COIN22PAS4FAC21FE0011C9Circa2011Certain2653877LANCUM-C229F4images/dboughton/2016-10-14T11:42:31Z Penny of Edward I dating from c. 1283-85. Class 4b or 4c, minted at Canterbury. Type: Edwardian class 4b (N 1024) Obverse description: Crowned bust facing Obverse inscription: EDWRANGLDNShYB Reverse description: Long cross dividing legend with pellets in angles Reverse inscription: CIVITAS CANTOR 2http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Probably4Edwardian class 4b (N 1024)MEDIEVALDot Boughtonx14221MDx142210.91Metal detectorStruck or hammered128500141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4English coin Edwardian type 1279 - 1377LANCUMDot Boughton91861DistrictCertain117281OverCentred on fieldEasternMEDIEVALlong cross dividing legend with pellets in angles15Cambridgeshire1303Dot BoughtonCIVITAS CANTOREDWRANGLDNShYBSouth Cambridgeshire1Certainnone47Edward I of England100finds-502623CanterburyCrowned bust facingMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderCounty1789290.1Complete511586365241425129MEDIEVAL50262312831205CertainLANCUM-C21FE1LANCUMC21FE1medievalpenny.jpgx1422113862016-10-22T15:12:51.562Z2012-05-10T19:51:21Z1CircaMD2635322818811x25705Silver32011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Henry_VII_of_EnglandCivil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2COIN22PAS4FAC1C39001956Circa2011Certain2633352LANCUM-C20996images/dboughton/2016-10-14T11:30:40Z Late medieval sovereign penny of Henry VII dating from c. AD1489-99. Archbishop Rotherham (keys below shield). Type III with one two pillars. No stops. North 1727, 1728 or 1729. Obv: [HENRIC DI GRA REX A] / King enthroned holding orb and sceptre, two pillars two throne Rev: CIVI/TAS/EBO/RACI / Royal shield over a long cross that divides the legend; key on each side on the lower half of the shield Ref: North 17127-29. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Certain4Penny: Henry VII, King enthroned obv. (N 1724 - 1731)MEDIEVALDot Boughtonx14221MDx142210.43Metal detectorStruck or hammered148900141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4English coin Late Medieval 1377 - 1489LANCUMDot Boughton1461DistrictCertain117281LateOverCentred on fieldEasternMEDIEVALRoyal shield over a long cross that divides the legend; key on each side on the lower half of the shield16Cambridgeshire1303Dot Boughton3CIVI/TAS/EBO/RACI[HENRIC DI GRA REX A]South Cambridgeshire1Certain250LateHenry VII of England100finds-502622York King enthroned holding orb and sceptre, two pillars two throneMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderCounty2120290.1Complete511586358241425129MEDIEVAL50262214881303CertainLANCUM-C1C395LANCUMC1C395coin.jpgx1422113862016-10-22T15:12:51.561ZWhite metal coated2012-05-10T19:50:04Z1CircaPM101411Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014B03F4D4012BBMOUNT7PAS4FAC1BEC001C64CircaCertainPUBLIC-C1CF08images/PatrickBrown/2012-06-13T15:17:00Z A complete post medieval mount. The mount is cast in copper alloy, and is elliptical in plan with a wide open centre and two integral pointed lugs. In cross-section the sides of the elipse are a shallow D shape. The mount is reddish brown with extensive patches of green corrosion, and some traces of tinning. Length 20.4mm, Width 11.3mm, Thickness (excluding lug) 1.7mm Weight 1.3g 11.3http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4Patrick Brownx410471.3Metal detectorCast16000014B03F4D4012BB129Patrick Brown4PUBLICPeter Reavill10Unitary AuthorityCertain106271Brampton AbottsGPS (from the finder)West MidlandsCounty of Herefordshire38904Patrick Brown20.4County of Herefordshire1with finder1finds-502621Returned to finderUnitary Authority1.7Complete3809601414261POST MEDIEVAL50262114001CertainPUBLIC-C1BEC6PUBLIC-C1BEC6rear.jpg389042016-10-22T15:12:51.559Z2012-05-10T19:40:49Z1CircaPM2634666818811x34500Silver12011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Elizabeth_I_of_EnglandCivil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2COIN22PAS4FAC19C1001046Circa2011Certain6286786LANCUM-C1A553images/dboughton/2016-10-14T11:33:43Z Halfgroat of Elizabeth I dating from AD1602-3. Mintmark 2. North 2016. Obverse description: Crowned bust left with two pellets behind Obverse inscription: E D G ROSA SINE SPINA Reverse description: Square shield on cross fourchee Reverse inscription: CIVITAS LONDON 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Certain4Halfgroat: Elizabeth I, 1582-1603 (N 2016)POST MEDIEVALDot Boughtonx41047PMx410470.82Metal detectorStruck or hammered160300141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4English coin early Modern 1489 - 1660LANCUMDot Boughton121561DistrictCertain117281EarlyOverCentred on fieldEasternPOST MEDIEVALSquare shield on cross fourchee17Cambridgeshire1303Dot Boughton1CIVITAS LONDONE D G ROSA SINE SPINASouth Cambridgeshire1Certain21405EarlyElizabeth I of England100finds-502620The Tower of London Crowned bust left with two pellets behindPOST MEDIEVALRegularHalf groatReturned to finderCounty2376360.1Complete521586361241425136POST MEDIEVAL50262016021222CertainLANCUM-C19C10LANCUMC19C10coin.jpgx4104713862016-10-22T15:12:51.557Z2012-05-10T19:18:08Z1ExactlyPM2006705518811x30175Copper alloy32011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2JETTON7PAS4FAC146F001E63Circa2011Certain2861650LANCUM-C20C92images/dboughton/2016-10-14T12:00:32Z A struck/hammered copper alloy jetton of Wolf Lauffer (I) minted in Nuremberg, Germany between c. 1583-1601. The obverse shows three crowns and three lilies, alternating, surrounding a rose and is inscribed with (rose) WVLF (rose) LAVFER (rose) IN (rose) NVRNBE. The reverse shows an imperial orb within tressure and is inscribed (cross) VND (rose) GOT (rose) ALEIN (rose) DIE (rose) EHR (rose) (="And God alone the glory"). Reference: Mitchiner, M. 1988. The Medieval Period And Nuremberg. Jetons Medalets & Tokens Volume 1. Seaby. No. 1672. 1Certain1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Certain4POST MEDIEVALDot Boughtonx41047PMx410471.11Metal detectorStruck or hammered160100141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4LANCUMDot Boughton420.561DistrictCertain106271LateOverCentred on fieldEasternPOST MEDIEVALAn imperial orb within tressure.Cambridgeshire1303Dot Boughton001421F36B8019CA3Robert Webley(rose) VND (cross) GOT (rose) ALEIN (rose) DIE (rose) EHR(rose) WVLF (rose) LAVFER (rose) IN (rose) NVRNBESouth Cambridgeshire1Certain286LateWolf Lauffer I100finds-502619Nuremberg Three crowns and three lilies, alternating, surrounding a rose (cross) GOT (rose) ALEIN (rose) DIE (rose) EHR (rose) VND(="God alone the honor/ glory and") Weight: 1.159 grams Measurements: 21.2 mm Department: Modern Reference(s): Eklund.377, Mitchiner.1672POST MEDIEVALJettonReturned to finderCounty360.1Complete64586378241425136POST MEDIEVAL502619158342216CertainLANCUM-C146F7LANCUMC146F7jetton.jpgx4104713862016-10-22T15:12:51.556Z2012-05-10T19:05:03Z1CircaPM2006705518811x30175Copper alloy32011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2JETTON7PAS4FAC115E001E7FCirca2011Certain2861650LANCUM-C134E7images/dboughton/2016-10-14T11:58:40Z A struck/hammered copper alloy jetton of Hanns Schultes III, struck in Nuremberg between 1608 and 1612. A Nuremberg jetton of the 'rose / orb' type, consistent with dating to between 1608 and 1612. The obverse depicts three crowns alternatively with three Lis or Lys arranged centrifugally around a five petalled Rose. The obverse legend reads: +GLVCK KVMBT VON GOT ALEIN. The reverse depicts the Imperial Orb surmounted by a cross, within an ornamental tressure with three main arches. The reverse legend reads +HANS SCELTES IN NVRENBERG. The die axis is 6 o'clock. Mitchiner (1988) has identified this issue as one struck by Hans Schultes III (#1415, p413). Hans Schultes III was the son of Hans II and was first cited as a Master in 1608, although it was likely that he was a master prior to this date. The last record of Hans III was in 1612, bringing to an end the documentary record of the Schultes family. Mitchiner (1988, p411) also notes that jettons struck by Hans III tend to be quite distinct from any of the earlier products of the Schultes workshop. All jettons have fully literate inscriptions and regular die axes. Reference: Mitchiner, M. 1988. The Medieval Period And Nuremberg. Jetons Medalets & Tokens Volume 1. Seaby. 1Certain1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Certain4POST MEDIEVALDot Boughtonx41047PMx410471.01Metal detectorStruck or hammered161200141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4LANCUMDot Boughton62361DistrictCertain106271LateOverCentred on fieldEasternPOST MEDIEVALTraditional imperial orb (with cross pattee) in a tressure with three main arches.Cambridgeshire1303Dot Boughton3+[HANS SCELT]ES ZV [NVR]ENBERG+GLV[CK KV]MBT VON [GOT ALEIN]South Cambridgeshire1Certain286LateHans Schultes III100finds-502618Nuremberg Three crowns alternatively with three Lis arranged centrigually around a five petalled rosePOST MEDIEVALJettonReturned to finderCounty360.1Complete64586377241425136POST MEDIEVAL502618160812210CertainLANCUM-C115E7LANCUMC115E7jetton.jpgx4104713862016-10-22T15:12:51.552Z2012-05-10T19:02:41Z1CircaPM18811Lead Alloy32011-07-11T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00141E7B3F801BB2TOKEN25PAS4FAC10D0001D89Circa2011CertainLANCUM-C11033images/dboughton/2016-10-14T11:54:45Z Cast lead-alloy token dating from the late post-medieval or early modern period, that is c. AD1600-1900. The token was made crom cast lead and displays a Latin cross seperating the initial I and M on the obverse and the moon with face/man in the moon on the reverse. These tokens were often home made and very personalised suggesting that the IM were the initial of the issuer, with the token being used for his or his companies goods. 19http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/4MODERNDot Boughtonx41047PMx410475.2Metal detectorCast190000141E7B3F801BB2188Dot Boughton4LANCUMDot Boughton196DistrictCertain110951LateOverCentred on fieldEasternMODERNCambridgeshire1303Dot Boughton119South Cambridgeshire1Early100finds-502617POST MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty361Complete586373141425141POST MEDIEVAL50261716001CertainLANCUM-C10D07LANCUMC10D07Token.jpg13862016-10-22T15:12:51.551Zfinds-502613502613PUBLIC-C01C85VESSELPOST MEDIEVALCast copper alloy vessel/cauldron leg dating from the post-medieval or early modern period, that is c. AD1500-1800.364111150018004PUBLIC2012-02-15T00:00:00Z2012-05-10T18:58:32Z2017-02-10T16:49:19Z37.98PAS4FAC01C80019BD828491712121PAS4FA43BB200183A00141E7B3F801BB24649414311324413049CumbriaEdenPenrith10PUBLIC-C02AC0Carl SavageDot BoughtonCopper alloy10627CastIncompleteGoodPOST MEDIEVALx41047EarlyEarlyMODERNx41047Metal detectorReturned to finderTHMJC01C85.jpg391080images/dboughton/Carl Savage2017-02-10T16:49:19.1Zfinds-502610502610PUBLIC-BFC035BUCKLEPOST MEDIEVALCast copper alloy buckle frame dating from the post-medieval period, that is c. 17th century. The frame is complete and in good condition, but the pin (possibly made from iron) is missing. It is decorated with pointed ends with ovoid knops on the corners of the frame. Notch for pin on the outside edge of each loop. Lobed protusions either end of the strap bar.363633162016804PUBLIC2012-02-15T00:00:00Z2012-05-10T18:33:56Z2017-02-10T16:38:26Z15.72PAS4FABFC030019CF235521712121PAS4FA43BB200183A00141E7B3F801BB24649414311324413049CumbriaEdenPenrith area10PUBLIC-BFC482Carl SavageDot BoughtonCopper alloy10627CastIncompleteGoodPOST MEDIEVALx41047LateLatePOST MEDIEVALx41047x41047Metal detectorReturned to finderBUCKTHMJBFC035.jpg391082images/dboughton/Carl Savage2017-02-10T16:38:26.609Z2012-05-10T18:10:11Z1CircaEM75011Copper alloy31Civil Parish0014818522101B6ESTIRRUP7PAS4FAC0481001C5CCircaCertainCounty / local importanceKENT-C04D00images/jjackson/2016-08-09T21:44:48Z vn Early-Medieval (Anglo-Scandinavian)-Medieval cast copper-alloy stirrup terminal (c. 1000-c. 1100 AD). The terminal is in the form of a stylised animal or beast with a hollow back. It is semi-cylindrical and is open at the top enabling attachment to a stirrup and closed at the bottom. From the closed bottom of the semi-cylindrical part the base projects outwards and then curves upwards so that the beast is looking up the arm of the stirrup. The head of the animal has a triangular crest and there areis a sub-circular perforation which may represent a mount. Height: 33.5mm; width: 22.0mm; thickness:9.1g. Weight: 17.28g. This terminal is similar to one from Fressingfield Parish, Suffolk. See Portable Antiquities Scheme find: SF-AD5323 and IOW-D5F372 See Williams 1997: Finds Research Group 700-1700. Datasheet 24. 22http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/3MEDIEVALJennifer Jacksonx41022EMx4102217.28Metal detector11000014818522101B6E44Jen Jackson4KENTKevin Leahy6DistrictCertain1062761LateOspringeSouth EastMEDIEVALKent18242Jennifer Jackson233.5Swale11terminal100finds-502616EARLY MEDIEVALReturned to finderCounty479.1Complete380958Anglo-Scandinavian41421129EARLY MEDIEVALWilliams Class A50261610001CertainKENT-C04816KENT-C04816.jpgx14221182102016-10-22T15:12:51.55Z2012-05-10T17:59:16Z1CircaIA75011Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014818522101B6EHARNESS FITTING7PAS4FAC01F200180DCircaCertainKENT-C038B4images/jjackson/2012-05-10T18:10:00Z A copper alloy terret or harness ring dating to the late Iron Age or Roman period. The terret is circular in plan and D-shaped in cross-section with a thinner lower edge. it is D shaped in cross section, with a biconical appearence on the out side and flat on the inside edge. Similar examples can be seen on the database:LIN-8D4082 8.1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4ROMANJennifer Jacksonx13992IAx13992Metal detector1000014818522101B6E750Jen Jackson4KENTJen Jackson27.56DistrictCertain106271OffhamSouth EastROMANKent18343Jennifer JacksonTonbridge and Malling1100finds-502615IRON AGEReturned to finderCounty166.1Complete38095741421121IRON AGE502615-1501CertainKENT-C01F24KENT-C01F24.jpgx41218182102016-10-22T15:12:51.55Z2012-05-10T17:58:35Z1CircaIA75011Copper alloy1Civil Parish0014818522101B6EHARNESS FITTING7PAS4FAC01CA0010EECircaCertainKENT-C02C41images/jjackson/2012-05-10T18:02:00Z A complete cast copper-alloy mini terret, dating to the late Iron Age/early Roman periods. The terret is sub-circular in plan, with a flattened attachment side, and is D-shaped in cross section, with a flat lower surface. The flattened side which would have taken a strap is narrowed and recess. The outer surface of the terret is decorated with a line of molded zig-zag decoration. The flattened side which would have taken a strap is narrowed and recessed. Similar examples can be found on this database, refs. NMS-032B00, YORYM-6BDBA4 and HAMP-899B32. The terret is 28.7mm in diameter, 7.1mm wide, 4.7mm thick. It weighs 12.86 grams. 7.1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4ROMANJennifer Jacksonx13992IAx1399212.86Metal detector1000014818522101B6E750Jen Jackson4KENTJen Jackson28.76DistrictCertain106271ULCOMBESouth EastROMANKent18224Jennifer JacksonMaidstone1100finds-502614IRON AGEReturned to finderCounty164.7Complete38095641421121IRON AGE502614-1501CertainKENT-C01CA0KENT-C01CA0.jpgx41218182102016-10-22T15:12:51.549Z2012-05-10T17:34:51Z1CircaBA20211Copper alloy32010-10-09T23:00:00Z2010-07-31T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish001425A8CAE0144DSOCKETED AXEHEAD7PAS4FABFBD2001F64Circa2010CertainESS-BFC578images/lmclean/2013-01-25T14:31:24Z BURNHAM HOARD 2010 T509: Item A.36 Socketed Axe; South Eastern - undiagnostic fragment Small fragment of a cast copper alloy socketed axe. Body fragment. Length: 25.26mm. Weight: 3.24grams. Body (Broken): 12.80mm wide by 7.62mm thick http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/42010T509Laura McLeanx13712BAx137123.24Metal detectorCast-800001425A8CAE0144D557Laura McLean11ESSJanina Parol10DistrictCertain106271LateBurnham on CrouchGPS (From FLO)EasternEssex19501Laura McLean25.26Maldon23South Eastern - undiagnostic fragment1finds-502611BRONZE AGESubmitted for consideration as TreasureCounty13Fragment3809541414251BRONZE AGE502611-10001CertainESS-BFBD282010T509 A.36.jpg196872016-10-22T15:12:51.547Z2012-05-10T17:26:46Z1CircaBA20211Copper alloy32010-10-09T23:00:00Z2010-07-31T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish001425A8CAE0144DSOCKETED AXEHEAD7PAS4FABFA560019DCCirca2010CertainESS-BFA6E5images/lmclean/2013-01-25T14:30:31Z BURNHAM HOARD 2010 T509: Item A.33 Socketed Axe; South Eastern - undiagnostic fragment Incomplete cast copper alloy socketed axehead. Small fragment of the body, part of side and one face only. Length: 23.05mm. Weight: 19.07grams. Body (Broken): 16.13mm wide by 13.76mm thick http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/42010T509Laura McLeanx13712BAx1371219.07Metal detectorCast-800001425A8CAE0144D557Laura McLean11ESSJanina Parol10DistrictCertain106271LateBurnham on CrouchGPS (From FLO)EasternEssex19501Laura McLean23.05Maldon23South Eastern - undiagnostic fragment1finds-502609BRONZE AGESubmitted for consideration as TreasureCounty13Fragment3809531414251BRONZE AGE502609-10001CertainESS-BFA5652010T509 A.33.jpg196872016-10-22T15:12:51.546Z2012-05-10T17:19:10Z1CircaBA20211Copper alloy32010-10-09T23:00:00Z2010-07-31T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish001425A8CAE0144DSOCKETED AXEHEAD7PAS4FABF88E001ADDCirca2010CertainESS-BF89A2images/lmclean/2013-01-25T14:29:27Z BURNHAM HOARD 2010 T509: Item A.32 Socketed Axe; South Eastern - undiagnostic fragment Incomplete cast copper alloy socketed axehead. Mouth end only survives. Fragment is distorted. There are two mouth mouldings. There is a pronounced internal rib. Length: 32.49mm. Weight: 20.82 grams. Body: 31.72mm wide by 8.58mm thick http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/42010T509Laura McLeanx13712BAx1371220.82Metal detectorCast-800001425A8CAE0144D557Laura McLean11ESSJanina Parol10DistrictCertain106271LateBurnham on CrouchGPS (From FLO)EasternEssex19501Laura McLean32.94Maldon23South Eastern - undiagnostic fragment1finds-502608BRONZE AGESubmitted for consideration as TreasureCounty13Fragment3809521414251BRONZE AGE502608-10001CertainESS-BF88E52010T509 A.32.jpg196872016-10-22T15:12:51.545Z