2017-05-24T05:09:49+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/results1041202012-07-02T22:22:07Z1CircaEM102511Silver12012-06-30T23:00:00Z2012-06-09T23:00:00Z10014A65A657014ABCOIN22PAS4FF21F0F001700Circa2012CertainCAM-21F218images/hfowler/2013-05-20T13:46:11Z An early medieval silver sceat; Series E (variety G3); mint: Netherlands; c.AD 705-10. The coin most closely resembles variety G3 although it is somewhat crude. Obverse shows a quilled crescent above insect-like creature. Reverse shows a beaded standard with central pellet in annulet and bars in angles. The standard is type G (p.92) with a 'V' shape outside the beaded border, the point touching the standard. The die axis is uncertain but the coin was rotated on a 12 o'clock axis to take the photograph of the reverse. Weight is 1.03g, diameter is 11.91mm, thickness is 1.85mm. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Series E (Variety G3) (Type 4) (N 45)EARLY MEDIEVALHelen Fowlerx41022EMx410221.03Metal detectorStruck or hammered7100014A65A657014AB175Helen Fowler4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)CAMJohn Naylor11.911DistrictCertain117281EarlyUttlesford DistrictEasternEARLY MEDIEVALBeaded standard with central pellet in annulet and bars in angles. The standard is type G (p.92) with a 'V' shape outside the beaded border, the point touching the standard9Essex20033Helen Fowler0014688E591019451John Naylor--Uttlesford1Certain1393EarlyAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)finds-510538UnknownQuilled crescent above insect-like creatureEARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderCounty1319471.85Complete361426273241425147EARLY MEDIEVAL5105387051441CertainCAM-21F0F4CAM-21F0F4image.jpgx41022196872016-10-22T15:12:59.115Z2012-07-02T10:13:16Z1CircaEM77311Silver2012-05-31T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014845232E01DB5COIN22PAS4FF1743C001BE5Circa2012CertainSF-176575images/abrown/2012-07-09T13:40:00Z A silver Anglo-Saxon sceatta, runic 'Wigraed' series Rigold R10, c.710-765 AD. As Abramson R200; Metcalf, 1994: pp. 518-520, nos. 423-425. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Series R : Metcalf R10 : Blackburn J ('wigræd')EARLY MEDIEVALAndrew Brown SFx41022EMx410220.97Metal detectorStruck or hammered7650014845232E01DB5773Andrew Brown4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)SFAndrew Brown1212.2581DistrictCertain117281Great BartonGenerated from computer mapping softwareEasternEARLY MEDIEVALBeaded standard containing TOTII legend, crosses pommees to sides, diagonals at angles9Suffolk15647Andrew Brown SF1WIGRAED (Runic: oPIXR[])St. Edmundsbury1Certain1393Anonymous (early penny/sceatta)10finds-510465UnknownRadiate bust right, annulet either side of head. Runic inscription before head, ΛO and pellets behindEARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderCounty126447Complete361x410123885082Anglo-Saxon41425147EARLY MEDIEVAL5104657101441CertainSF-1743C6BRG_SF-1743C6.jpgx41022159342016-10-22T15:12:59.032ZGood2012-06-27T09:55:37Z1CircaEM81311Silver12012-06-19T23:00:00Z2012-05-31T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00148BD1E8F01417COIN22PAS4FEAD896001A27Circa2012CertainBERK-ADC9F2images/abyard/2012-07-02T13:31:00Z A silver Early-medieval sceat, Woden/Monster type, (c. 710-c. 760 AD). Series X Type 31, Abramson 2006: 15 and 39; North 1994: 65, ref: 117. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3Series X (Type 31) (N 116/N 117)EARLY MEDIEVALAnni Byardx41022EMx410221Metal detectorStruck or hammered76000148BD1E8F01417175Anni Byard4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)BERKJohn Naylor12.361DistrictCertain117281EarlySouth OxfordshireCentred on fieldSouth EastEARLY MEDIEVALMonster in flight looking over shoulder; gaping jaws biting tail, possible die mark beneath. Pellet in front. Prominent penis and clawed feet, all within circumferential line and beaded border.9Oxfordshire8253Anni Byard2012.0260014688E591019452John NaylorSouth Oxfordshire1Certain1393MiddleAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)100finds-509804UnknownWoden head with chevron beard, facing; cross pommee either side with pellet above, all within lined border and vestigial beaded border beyond.EARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderCounty1350471.83Complete361387273241421147EARLY MEDIEVAL5098047101441CertainBERK-AD89652012026.jpgx41022283282016-10-22T15:12:58.528Z2012-06-25T09:41:46Z1CircaEM220421Silver12012-06-10T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish001422EDE4401AC3COIN22PAS4FE8325A001155Circa Pierced sceattas are not common finds but a few others have been recorded by PAS. These are: SUR-EF8F46, DENO-808377 and NARC-E843F2. On EMC there is a record of a further pierced coin with remains of a suspension loop: 1990.1289 . All belong to the Primary phase of sceatta production, c.AD680-710. 2012ProbablySOM-839A80images/elburnett/2014-06-04T13:59:24Z Treasure case 2012 T495: Acquired by Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum Early Medieval silver sceat, Series B1b (type 27b, diademed bust / bird on cross), c. 685-695 AD, North (1994: 66) no.126, similar to Coin Register from British Numismatic Journal 66 (1996), no. 67 and EMC 1990.5005. Pierced near the edge at 12 o'clock (on obverse and reverse). Another sceat was found in the same area and if also a primary or intermediate type these may be submitted as potential treasure. Obverse description: Diademed bust facing right with cross before face, two rows of pellets in diadem and prominent rosette at top, prominent nose and chin and semi circular ear, bust consists of trapezoid line of pellets breaking inner circle and disappearing off coin. Inner beaded circle, probably snake swallowing tail but head/tail obscured by bust. Obverse inscription: Illegible Reverse description: Bird on cross, annulets in upper quarters and pellets in lower quarters of cross; bird has pellet chest, angled feathers down back and triangular tail. All within beaded inner circle of snake swallowing tail, head and tail at 5 o'clock. Reverse inscription: ooo ^V~^[...]IIV, ~= sideways S, three annulets at 6 o'clock Die axis measurement: 12 o'clock. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3Series BIb (Type 27b) (N 126)2012T495Laura Burnettx41022EMx410221.12Metal detectorStruck or hammered695001422EDE4401AC313953Laura Burnett4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)1SOMRobert Webley1212.261Unitary AuthorityCertain117281EarlyAlvedistonFrom a paper mapSouth WestBird on cross, annulets in upper quartes and pellets in lower quarters of cross; bird has pellet chest, angled feathers down back and triangular tail. All within beaded inner circle of snake swallowing tail, head and tail at 5 o'clock.9Wiltshire43925Laura BurnettSCC receipt 2210410014688E59101945John Naylorooo ^V~^[...]IIV, ~= sideways S, three annulets at 6 o'clockIllegibleWiltshire5Certain1393Salisbury and South Wiltshire MuseumAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)100finds-509420UnknownDiademed bust facing right with cross before face, two rows of pellets in diadem and prominent rosette at top, prominent nose and chin and semi circular ear, bust consists of trapezoid line of pellets breaking inner circle and disappearing off coin. Inner beaded circle, probably snake swallowing tail but head/tail obscured by bust.EARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatAcquired by museum after being declared TreasureUnitary Authority1235471.4Complete361x410123872262Anglo-Saxon414271EARLY MEDIEVAL5094206851441CertainSOM-8325A1SOM-8325A1.JPG439252016-10-22T15:12:58.199ZGood2012-06-23T15:15:15Z1Circa1 Sterling head (M86-167) - Unknown - c. 1280 - c. 1340MD267011Copper alloy2010-10-15T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014368ABB001F01JETTONSterling/allied7PAS4FE5DD8300171FCirca2010CertainPUBLIC-5DE4E3images/corderus/2015-06-03T16:32:48Z A medieval copper-alloy English jetton. King's bust type, Edwardian Class 3 or 4 punches, dating c. 1280-1300. Probably minted at London. See Mitchiner (1988, 96-97). The jetton measures 19.0mm in diameter, has a thickness of 0.6mm, and weighs1.1g. It has slight wear to the obverse; the reverse is in good condition. Certain1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/3MEDIEVALLen Eelesx14221MDx142211.1Metal detectorStruck or hammered130020014368ABB001F0113953Len Eeles4PUBLICRobert Webley19821DistrictCertain10627English1SOUTH CAMBRIDGESHIREFrom a paper mapEasternMEDIEVALSingle-stranded cross fleury, with alternating stars and crescents in each angle; border of alternating rosettes and strokesCambridgeshire1303Len Eeles2NoneNoneSouth Cambridgeshire1Certain1531Middle210finds-509388UnknownCrowned bust facing; border of rosettesMEDIEVALJettonReturned to finderCounty290.6Complete64386736241425129MEDIEVAL50938812801CertainPUBLIC-5DD834PUBLIC-5DD834.JPGx14221213862016-10-22T15:12:58.172Z2012-06-22T11:02:19Z1CircaMD15111Silver1Alexander_III_of_ScotlandCivil Parish00140979018015EECOIN22PAS4FE450BB001A1DCircaCertainNARC-498163images/jcassidy/2012-06-22T16:07:00Z A silver hammered penny of Alexander III of Scotland. Second coinage. Reference: Spinks Coins of Scotland and ireland. Nos. 5053 - 5057. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Scottish: Alexander III Long Cross and Stars Second Coinage solid cross (S 5049 - 5059)7454MEDIEVALLaura Burnettx14221MDx142211.23Metal detectorStruck or hammered1286001422EDE4401AC3151Julie Cassidy4SP8267NARCJulie Cassidy919.561DistrictCertain117281-0.79906From a paper mapEast MidlandsMEDIEVALlongcross with stars in quarters. 24 stars26Northamptonshire7356Julie CassidyREX SCOTORVMALEXANDER DEI GRAWellingborough1Certain24 stars368641419Alexander III of Scotland100finds-509236Unknownbust left with sceptreMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderCounty288229SywellComplete511386569241423129MEDIEVAL509236128052.2950191310CertainNARC-450BB5NARC-450BB5 b.jpgx1422173712016-10-22T15:12:58.032Z2012-06-21T17:05:31Z1CircaEM19511Silver12012-04-19T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish001421F36B8019CACOIN22PAS4FE35457001C95Circa2012CertainHAMP-355451images/rwebley/2012-07-03T09:44:00Z An 8th-century silver early-medieval sceat of the secondary phase, Series N, type 41b, struck in southeast England (c. 715 - c. 720 AD; cf. Abramson 2006, 40, 83) 110.85http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3Series N (Type 41b)EARLY MEDIEVALRobert Webleyx41022EMx410220.96Metal detectorStruck or hammered720001421F36B8019CA175Robert Webley4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)HAMPJohn Naylor161DistrictCertain117281EarlyHurstbourne Priors CPGenerated from computer mapping softwareSouth EastEARLY MEDIEVALMonster facing left, with rearward head looking right; pelleted outline9Hampshire17653Robert WebleyE338110014688E591019451John NaylorNone11.55NoneBasingstoke and Deane1Certain1393EarlyAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)100finds-509100UnknownTwo standing figures facing, long crosses at either sideEARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderCounty1432471.95Complete361x410123868462Anglo-Saxon41421147EARLY MEDIEVAL5091007151441CertainHAMP-354576HAMP-354576sceat.jpgx41022177652016-10-22T15:12:57.947ZPoor2012-06-21T12:44:36Z1ExactlyMD84911Silver2011-02-28T00:00:00Z4Henry_III_of_EnglandCivil Parish00148F86D2A0192ACOIN22PAS4FE317340018D8ExactlyCertainLEIC-31D977images/rebecca/2012-06-21T13:28:00Z Medieval silver voided long cross cut farthing, probably of Henry III, of unknown mint and monyer, 1247 - 1279. 2http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Probably4Henry III, long cross, not further defined23273MEDIEVALRebecca Czechowiczx14221MDx142210.66Metal detector127900148F86D2A0192A849Rebecca Czechowicz4English coin short and long cross period 1180 - 1278SK7616LEICRebecca Czechowicz1761DistrictCertain117281-0.875836Centred on village (which isn't a parish)East MidlandsMEDIEVALVoided long cross with trefoils14Leicestershire23352Rebecca Czechowicz[...]hEN[RICVSREX...]Melton1Certain263485921419Henry III of England100finds-508956UnknownFacing crowned bustMEDIEVALRegularCut farthingReturned to finderCounty169729Burton and Dalby0.5Complete48138643841423129MEDIEVAL508956124752.7363024204CertainLEIC-317344LEIC-317344.JPGx142213234232016-10-22T15:12:57.831Z2012-06-19T11:00:02Z1CircaEM84911Silver12011-02-28T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish00148F86D2A0192ACOIN22PAS4FE05BB20011AFCircaCertainLEIC-065994images/rebecca/2012-06-20T08:07:58Z Early medieval silver sceat, Series G (type 3a), c.AD710-20. The obverse has a stylised bust right with long straight nose and two pellets for lips, and a cross before. The bust seems to be wearing a crown and has the outline of an ear to the left. The reverse has part of a standard enclosing two crosslets, a trefoil and a possible T. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain4Series G (Type 3a) (N 43)23273EARLY MEDIEVALRebecca Czechowiczx41022EMx41022Metal detectorStruck or hammered72000148F86D2A0192A175Rebecca Czechowicz4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)SK7616LEICJohn Naylor61DistrictCertain117281Early-0.875836Centred on village (which isn't a parish)East MidlandsEARLY MEDIEVALPart of a standard enclosing two (probably three) crosslets, a trefoil around a central annulet.9Leicestershire23352Rebecca Czechowicz10014688E591019452John NaylornonenoneMelton1Certain263485921393MiddleAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)100finds-508426UnknownStylised bust right with long straight nose and two pellets for lips, and a cross before. The bust seems to be wearing a crown and has the outline of an ear to the left.EARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderCounty134547Burton and DalbyComplete361x410123859642Anglo-Saxon41423147EARLY MEDIEVAL50842670052.7363021441CertainLEIC-05BB21LEIC-05BB21.JPGx41022234232016-10-22T15:12:57.375ZPoor2012-06-17T22:19:52Z1Circa1 Sterling head (M86-167) - Unknown - c. 1280 - c. 1340MD115411Copper alloy2012-06-15T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00144E1B63D0139EJETTONSterling/allied7PAS4FDE58080016ECCirca2012CertainPUBLIC-E59A45images/clivenobbs/2015-08-13T08:50:57Z A medieval copper-alloy jetton of the Sterling type dating to c. 1280-1340. The obverse has a crowned bust facing similar to coinage of the period. There are two circles which contain a ring of pellets between them. The reverse features a cross fourcheé with several pellets in each quarter. Two circles are divided by a repetitive sequence of O's and I's forming a ring. There is a punch mark at the centre of the reverse. The jetton is in poor condition and worn which negates any further identification. It is 21.27 mm in diameter and weighs 2.19 grammes. Possibly3http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/3MEDIEVALClive Nobbsx14221MDx142212.19Metal detectorStruck or hammered1340200144E1B63D0139E13953Clive Nobbs4PUBLICRobert Webley21.271021DistrictCertain10627English1Near LewesGPS (from the finder)South EastMEDIEVALLong cross pattee dividing the field; pellet in each quarterEast Sussex2896Clive NobbsPastfindersILOI/LOI/LOI/LOINoneLewes1Certain153121finds-508140UnknownCrowned bust facing; border of pelletsMEDIEVALJettonReturned to finderCounty29Complete64385678241421129MEDIEVAL50814012801CertainPUBLIC-E58083JettonE.jpgx14221326252016-10-22T15:12:57.155Z2012-06-15T15:09:42ZUrchfont 20101CircaOther - Unknown: c. 1280 - c. 1400MD253711Copper alloy2010-09-18T23:00:00Z2010-09-17T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00144900DEE01B9CJETTONContemporary copies7PAS4FDB50330010E7Circa This record was made at a rally and may thus fall below our usual standards of recording 2010CertainWILT-B508D8images/rhenry2/2016-04-13T08:23:46Z A copper-alloy English Medieval Jetton, square topped shield obverse with a triple stranded cross fleuretty within tressure of four arches with a star in each quarter (c. 1350-1400) Certain1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/4116955MEDIEVALRichard Henryx14221MDx142211.09Metal detectorStruck or hammered1400200144900DEE01B9C13953Richard Henry4SU0357WILTRobert Webley19.88381Unitary AuthorityCertain1062787English1-1.958344Recorded at a rallySouth WestMEDIEVALTriple stranded cross fleuretty within tressure of four arches, star in each quarterWiltshire43925Richard Henry46a001422EDE4401AC3Laura BurnettNoneNoneWiltshire1Certain263516411531610finds-508052UnknownSquare topped shield witha pellet borderMEDIEVALJettonReturned to finderUnitary Authority29Urchfont1.1Complete64385569241427129MEDIEVAL508052135051.3121061CertainWILT-B50330WILT-B50330.jpgx14221439252016-10-22T15:12:57.09ZGood2012-06-15T15:04:31Z1CircaEM51611Silver12011-10-31T00:00:00Z2011-09-30T23:00:00Z1Civil ParishPAS4BA750C30010F2COIN22PAS4FDB4EFF0011F9Circa2011CertainSWYOR-B503E1images/acooper/2012-06-20T08:12:00Z A silver Early Medieval coin; a sceat; Secondary type, Series G type 3a. dating from 710 - 720 AD. There is a strong case for this type of coin originating in York. See Abramson page 60. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3Series G (Type 3a) (N 43)22030EARLY MEDIEVALAmy Downesx41022EMx410221.07Metal detectorStruck or hammered720PAS4BA750C30010F2175Amy Downes4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)SE5446SWYORJohn Naylor1211.3561Unitary AuthorityCertain117281Early-1.179521Generated from computer mapping softwareYorkshire and the HumberEARLY MEDIEVALbeaded standard with a cross pommee saltire in each corner, a pellet at each compass point and a central pellet in an annulet. Traces of a cross or other symbol outside standard.9York25595Amy DownesPAS form number 180610014688E591019452John NaylornonenoneYork1Certain166691393MiddleAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)100finds-508049UnknownDiademed bust right with braided hair and round collar. Cross pomee in front.EARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderUnitary Authority134547Askham Richard1.84Complete361x410123855662Anglo-Saxon41430147EARLY MEDIEVAL50804971053.9073531441CertainSWYOR-B4EFF1PAS_1806_sceat.jpgx410222255952016-10-22T15:12:57.084ZPoor2012-06-13T14:59:15Z1CircaEM465811Silver22010-07-19T23:00:00Z1Civil ParishPAS4DDB8DDA0010DFCOIN22PAS4FD8AAC30011B8Circa2010CertainSUSS-8AB0B2images/tcrnlje/2014-01-15T11:36:07Z A very worn Early Medieval silver sceat, probably Series K (type 18 or 20), Secondary Phase, c.720-40. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3Series K (Type 20) (N 74)2674EARLY MEDIEVALLucy Ellisx41022EMx410220.69Metal detectorStruck or hammered740PAS4DDB8DDA0010DF175Lucy Ellis4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)TQ4702SUSSJohn Naylor911.461DistrictCertain117281Middle0.084585Generated from computer mapping softwareSouth EastEARLY MEDIEVALDraped standing figure holding cross to the left side, to the right the figure is possibly holding a bird, or there is another cross. The figure appears to be standing in a crescent-shaped boat.9East Sussex2896Lucy EllisBag 510014688E591019452John NaylorNoneLewes1Certain263450481393MiddleAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)100finds-507472UnknownBust facing right, possibly arm in front ?holding chalice, and cross to right. Alternatively, there is only a cross in front and the possible arm is simply a shoulder.EARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderCounty139047South Heighton1.5Complete361x410124003342Anglo-Saxon41421147EARLY MEDIEVAL50747272050.7989241441CertainSUSS-8AAC31SUSS-8AAC31sceat.jpgx41022326252016-10-22T15:12:56.585ZGood2012-06-12T15:48:38Z1CircaMD5511Silver2012-01-31T00:00:00Z2012-01-01T00:00:00Z1Alexander_III_of_ScotlandCivil Parish0013F2A2B2E01B50COIN22PAS4FD764D6001318Circa2012CertainSUR-765B92images/dwilliams/2012-06-12T15:52:00Z A fragment of a Scottish penny of Alexander III, uncertain mint. cAD1280-6. 2http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Probably4Scottish: Alexander III Long Cross and Stars Second Coinage solid cross (S 5049 - 5059)20325David W Williamsx14221MDx142210.41Metal detectorStruck or hammered12860013F2A2B2E01B5055David Williams1SP0534SURDavid Williams101DistrictCertain117281-1.928573From finderSouth WestLong cross and stars26Gloucestershire20380David W Williams12-109VIL[...]ALE[XANDER DEI GRA]Tewkesbury1Certain263530971419Alexander III of Scotland1finds-507168UnknownCross on neckMEDIEVALRegularHalfpennyReturned to finderCounty288229StantonFragment4913848892414271MEDIEVAL507168128052.0044161310CertainSUR-764D6212-109.JPG2206162016-10-22T15:12:56.285Z2012-06-12T14:02:49Z1CircaEM128011Silver22012-05-10T23:00:00Z1Civil ParishPAS4BA79907001521COIN22PAS4FD74C090016A5Circa A second denier of this type has also been found in Southern France, (Eric Vandenbossche pers comm). With thanks to Tony Abramson, Wybrand Op Den Velde, Eric Vandenbosche and Phillippe Schiesser for their comments on the coin. 2012CertainRegional importanceSUSS-74D054images/corbie01/2013-07-15T08:43:48Z An silver early medieval Merovingian denier of a previously unrecorded type, c.AD 700-40, possibly Chalon-sur-Saone. The reverse may be related to De Belfort 6582 and 6514, both of unassigned mint. The reverse inscription, VVNTVIO, is unlisted although may be a blundered version of VVINTRIO for the moneyer Wintrio) known from tremisses listed for Chalon-sur-Saone (Prou 183-194) and Izernore (De Belfort 2065/Prou 125 var.), both in the Geneva area. The obverse inscription may read CVVOIN+OI possibly a devolved version of CABILONNVM (Chalon-sur-Saone), and similar to CA VI O+ NO as seen on a Chalon denier listed by Depeyrot (2001), Le Numeraire Merovingien p.97 no 11. It has also been suggested that the coin is in the style of the Poitiers region (Phillippe Schiesser pers comm). 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3Merovingian denier, uncertain typeEARLY MEDIEVALStephanie Smithx41022EMx410220.98Metal detectorStruck or hammered740PAS4BED39B500149A175Claire Goodey4Coin of Merovingian FranciaSUSSJohn Naylor1261DistrictCertain1172841MiddleAmberleySouth EastEARLY MEDIEVALCentral cross pattee with a pellet in each angle.1West Sussex16340Claire Goodey40014688E591019452John Naylor+VVNTVIO+CAVOIN+OI (possibly; N reverse-barred)Horsham11Certain1393MiddleAnonymous (early penny)100finds-507096UnknownCentral cross patteeEARLY MEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderCounty3471.9Complete4213945342Frankish41421147EARLY MEDIEVAL5070967001440CertainSUSS-74C093SUSS-74C093EMSceat.jpgx41022164172016-10-22T15:12:56.224ZGood2012-06-07T14:14:11Z1CircaEM110011Silver12012-01-31T00:00:00Z2011-08-31T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish00145BF2E31018EACOIN22PAS4FD0B7330016A0Circa2011CertainCounty / local importanceDENO-0B9985images/cburrill2/2012-07-02T13:37:00Z Early Medieval Coin: Near complete silver Anglo-Saxon sceat, Continental type formerly known as 'Maastricht type', c.700-40 but probably before AD c/725 based on hoard finds. Coin Reference: Classified in T. Abramson's 'Sceattas, an Illustrated Guide' as Int10. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3'Maastricht' typeEARLY MEDIEVALCharlotte Burrillx41022EMx41022Metal detectorStruck or hammered74000145BF2E31018EA175Charlotte Burrill2Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)DENOJohn Naylor12.561DistrictCertain1172861EarlyAsgarby AreaEast MidlandsEARLY MEDIEVALInterlaced cross with trefoil of pellets in quadrants9Lincolnshire5317Charlotte BurrillDerby E75810014688E591019452John NaylorEast Lindsey11Certain1393MiddleAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)100finds-506331UnknownStylised bust left (exagerated features) with radiate crown, cross pommee in front and triangle of pellets behind, with partially beaded border.EARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderCounty134447Incomplete361384345241423147EARLY MEDIEVAL5063317001441CertainDENO-0B7333E7581_Maastricht_Sceatta.jpgx41022259422016-10-22T15:12:55.527ZGood2012-06-06T17:44:31Z1CircaEM9911Silver12012-05-29T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013F72EB3001EB0COIN22PAS4FCF96FF001A20Circa2012CertainIOW-F98154images/fbasford/2012-06-14T19:01:00Z An Early-Medieval (Anglo-Saxon) silver Series X, Type 31 sceat (c. 710-c. 760 AD). Abramson 2006: 15 and 39; North 1994: 65, ref: 117. Obverse: Facing, radiate Wodan head with chevron beard, cross pommée either side with pellet above. All within a pelleted border Reverse: Monster in flight left, looking back with gaping jaws biting a raised triple-forked tail. All within a pelleted border Diameter: 11.98mm. Weight: 1.07g. DA=12:1. 2http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Probably3Series X (Type 31) (N 116/N 117)EARLY MEDIEVALFrank Basfordx41022EMx410221.07Metal detectorStruck or hammered7500013F72EB3001EB0175Frank Basford4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)IOWJohn Naylor111.98101Unitary AuthorityCertain117281EarlyIsle of WightGPS (from the finder)South EastEARLY MEDIEVALMonster in flight left, looking back with gaping jaws biting a raised triple-forked tail. All within a pelleted border9Isle of Wight25469Frank BasfordIOW2012-4-2360014688E591019452John NaylorIsle of Wight1Certain1393MiddleFinderAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)Series X, Type 31 sceat1finds-506166UnknownFacing, radiate Wodan head with chevron beard, cross pommée either side with pellet above. All within a pelleted borderEARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderUnitary Authority135047Complete361384314241421147EARLY MEDIEVAL5061667101441CertainIOW-F96FF5IOW2012-4-236.JPGx410222254692016-10-22T15:12:55.344Z2012-06-05T15:04:55Z1CircaEM43811Silver12012-05-09T23:00:00Z2012-04-04T23:00:00Z1Civil Parish0014408335C01DECCOIN22PAS4FCE20120016DACirca2012CertainNCL-E208F8images/rcollins/2012-07-02T13:41:00Z An early medieval silver sceat, series E (Metcalf variety A), dating 700-750, minted in the Netherlands. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3Series E (Secondary Variety A)5263EARLY MEDIEVALRobert Collinsx41022EMx410221.1Metal detectorStruck or hammered7500014408335C01DEC175Robert Collins4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)TF3263NCLJohn Naylor1210.1961DistrictCertain117281Early-0.027749From finderEast MidlandsEARLY MEDIEVALdegenerate VOTXX in beaded standard, crosses at side9Lincolnshire5317Robert Collins50014688E591019452John NaylorEast Lindsey1Certain290911393MiddleAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)100finds-505969Unknownquilled crescent coiled right, enclosing 3 bars and uncertain fourth line/cross at different angleEARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderCounty132547Revesby1.18Complete3613840162Frisian41423147EARLY MEDIEVAL50596970053.1477941441CertainNCL-E20123NCLE20123.jpgx4102259422016-10-22T15:12:55.075ZGood2012-05-31T13:20:03Z1CircaMD5511Silver1Henry_V_of_EnglandCivil Parish0013F2A2B2E01B50COIN22PAS4FC7700300119CCirca Williamson, Gloucester no.12 CertainSUR-770516images/dwilliams/2012-06-08T13:48:00Z A worn medieval penny, probably dating from the reigns of Henry VI-VII, AD1413-1461. 3http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Possibly4Penny: Henry V, not further defined (N 1394 - 1407)8268David W Williamsx14221MDx142210.62Metal detectorStruck or hammered14610013F2A2B2E01B5055David Williams4English coin Late Medieval 1377 - 1489SU7778SURDavid Williams14.626DistrictCertain117281-0.892207From finderSouth East16Oxfordshire8253David W WilliamsB12-188Illegible[HEN]RIC DG [...]South Oxfordshire1263508821419Henry V of England100finds-505636UnknownMEDIEVALRegularPennyReturned to finderCounty208929ShiplakeComplete5113844272414211MEDIEVAL505636141351.4957081210CertainSUR-770031B12-188.JPG283282016-10-22T15:12:54.83Z2012-05-21T11:21:00Z1CircaEM4511Silver12012-03-30T23:00:00Z2012-03-01T00:00:00Z1Civil Parish0013EB7C1E6011ACCOIN22PAS4FBA251C00122CCirca2012CertainNMS-A25457images/amarsden/2012-06-14T19:07:11Z Silver sceatta, Series E, 'Plumed Bird' type (Metcalf var. J), weight 1.21g, minted in the Netherlands, c.700-20. 1http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/Certain3Series E (Plumed Bird: J) (Type 6) (N 49)6675EARLY MEDIEVALAdrian Marsdenx41022EMx410221.21Metal detectorStruck or hammered7200013EB7C1E6011AC175Adrian Marsden4Early Anglo-Saxon silver coin (sceatta)TM1495NMSJohn Naylor81DistrictCertain11728376811Early1.152145Centred on fieldEasternEARLY MEDIEVALStandard, enclosing central pellet and annulet, with pellet and linear in each corner. Three pellets forming triangle in between at each end, facing outwards.9Norfolk6724Adrian MarsdenSET03201250014688E591019452John NaylorSouth Norfolk1Certain263499331393MiddleAnonymous (early penny/sceatta)10finds-503993UnknownBird, facing right, cross in frontEARLY MEDIEVALRegularSceatReturned to finderCounty130547TacolnestonComplete3613821572Frisian41425147EARLY MEDIEVAL50399370052.5108611441CertainNMS-A251C1SET032012sceatta.jpgx4102272382016-10-22T15:12:52.95Z