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Record ID: BH-2E9CEF
Object type: KEY (LOCKING)
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Cambridgeshire
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A medieval copper-alloy rotary key dating the thirteenth or fourteenth century AD.. From the size of the key and the presence of a hollow stem it is likely that the key would have been used to lock a casket. The bow is circular in shape with a circular perforation. It extends to a hollow stem, which is rectangular in plan and sub-rectangular in cross-section. The bit tapers away from the stem making it wedge-shaped. It has two rectangular notches in it, creating a 'T'-shaped tooth. A number of very similar crude and simple rotary keys are shown in Egan (1998, 112), which he dates as fr…
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Thursday 15th February 2018
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Record ID: DEV-2E8595
Object type: TOKEN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Somerset
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A Post-Medieval copper alloy trader's token farthing, dating to 1668. Issued by Thomas Humphreys in Honiton. Williamson (1967) Devon 183.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: BH-2E7A90
Object type: MOUNT
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Northamptonshire
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A copper-alloy zoomorphic mount, possibly Late Iron Age or Roman in date. The mount is intended to represent an animal, possibly a hunting dog and comprises a hemispherical section body, the upper surface of which is decorated with two pairs of ribs and grooves flanking a central circular perforation, which is filled with a circular-section rivet. The lower surface of the body is plain with slight depressions either side of the rivet which pierces the body. At one end, the body possesses a rounded terminal. At the other, an oval-section neck extends at right angles before terminating i…
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Thursday 15th February 2018
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Record ID: NMS-2E659C
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Norfolk
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Copper alloy barbarous Roman nummus. Probably copying VRBS ROMA wolf and twins type. Circa AD 330-348.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: NMS-2E3A49
Object type: JETTON
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Norfolk
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Copper alloy Post Medieval Jetton. Rose and orb Nuremberg type with garbled legend. Issuer unknown. Circa AD1550-1584.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: BERK-2E1F87
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Oxfordshire
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A Roman silver denarius of Claudius Albinus AD 195 - 197, Governor of Britain - 191-192, dating to the period when he was Caesar AD 193 - 195. Clodius Albinus Denarius. Lyons mint. IMP CAE D CLO SEP ALB AVG, laureate bust right / FORDVNA (sic) AVG COS II, Fortuna standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Cohen 37. RIC22v
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Wednesday 14th February 2018
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Record ID: WMID-2E0A98
Object type: BRIDLE FITTING
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Staffordshire
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A cast copper-alloy strap distributor, probably from a Medieval bridle (AD 1200 to AD 1500). The distributor has an oval looped attachment at each end and a larve square knop in the centre. The knop is decorated with a lozenge-shaped motif which may itself be surmounted with a cross, but this is unclear. The reverse is flat while all the front edges are rounded. The piercings of the attachment loops are slightly misshapen which may have come from use rather than the original casting. The distributor has a predominantly green patina but there are also areas with traces of gilding and …
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Monday 19th February 2018
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Record ID: BERK-2DF9A7
Object type: TOKEN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Oxfordshire
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A Post Medieval 17th Century AD copper alloy farthing token of John Tull, Mercer of Bampton, dated 1656.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: SF-2DC19A
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
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A copper-alloy nummus struck for Constantine II, dating to c. AD 326. Reece period 16. Reverse: PROVIDENTIAE CAESS, campgate with two turrets, star inbetween. As RIC VII, p. 209, no. 479, c.f also BM-3C94A5.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: SF-2DA699
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
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A rather worn copper-alloy nummus struck for the House of Constantine (Constantine II or Constantius II as Caesar), dating to c. AD 336-341. Reece period 17. Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing either side of a single standard. Mint uncertain.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: SF-2D9A99
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Suffolk
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A rather worn copper-alloy nummus struck for the House of Constantine, dating to c. AD 330-335. Reece period 17. Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing either side of two standards. Mint uncertain. The edges of this coin are heavily broken away.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Fressingfield', grid reference and parish protected.


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Record ID: WMID-2D9640
Object type: CHAPE
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Worcestershire
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An incomplete copper alloy, probable dagger chape, dating to the Medieval period, between AD 1200 - 1500. The chape is sub-triangular in plan and oval in section. There is a pierced central core at the base of the chape. No join is apparent, so it is likely that the artefact was cast and then the core added. The core is pierced along its length, possibly to locate a thin point or to allow moisture to drain away. The top end of the chape is broken away, especially at the front, almost down as far as the core. The object appears undecorated. The chape measures 36.74mm in length, 26.36m…
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Monday 19th February 2018
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Record ID: WMID-2D8915
Object type: UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT
Broad period: MODERN
County: Staffordshire
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Two small pieces of white metal, possibly aluminium, of uncertain dating, but probably Modern (AD 1850s onwards). One fragment is semi circular in shape, with concentric circles visible as decoration on one face. No decoration is present on the reverse. The other is sub semi circular as well, and possibly represents a feather, with two diagonal grooves present towards one end. The reverse is undecorated. The first fragment measures 13.7 mm in length, 5.2 mm wide and 2.0 mm thick. It weighs 0.05 g. The other fragment measures 13.4 mm in length, 5.6 mm wide and 1.6 mm thick. It weighs …
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: SF-2D5471
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Suffolk
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A worn and broken silver hammered penny struck for Edward I, dating c. 1282-1289. Withers' 4(i), North class 4e, mint of London. North 1046/3.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Fressingfield', grid reference and parish protected.


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Record ID: BH-2D5425
Object type: FINGER RING
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Northamptonshire
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A copper-alloy finger ring made from a cut-down bracelet and dating to the late Roman period (late 4th - 5th century AD). The finger ring has been made by bending a terminal fragment of a thin rectangular-section bracelet into a loop. The upper surface of the bracelet is decorated with alternating panels of two stamped ring and dot motifs and vertical rib and groove. As a bracelet this fragment would be classed as one with multiple motifs, a type current from c. AD 350 onwards (see, for example, Crummy 1983, 46; fig. 47). Swift (2012,1, 6) comments that the reuse of bracelet fragments …
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: BH-2D3363
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Northamptonshire
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A fragment of a Roman copper-alloy Hod Hill brooch dating to the mid to late first century AD. The fragment a portion of the bow and foot of the brooch. The bow is rectangular in plan and vertically ribbed. It extends to a foot which is triangular in plan and plain. It conceals a small semi-circular catchplate. The fragment measures 26mm in length, a maximum of 7mm in width and 5mm in thickness. Compare with Hod Hill brooches published by Hattat (Hattatt 1989: 322-323). Also compare with brooches from Richborough (Bayley and Butcher 2004: 71-79). Hattatt, R. 1989. Ancient brooches …
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: NMS-2D226D
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Norfolk
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Silver penny of Henry III, London, reverse RICARD ON LVND, class 5g, moneyer Ricard of London, worn, AD1251-72.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: BH-2CFCC1
Object type: TOY
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Buckinghamshire
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A Post-Medieval copper-alloy toy pistol, dating to the seventeenth century AD. The artefact is part of a multi-component, three-dimensional pistol. It consists of the stock, barrel, ramrod pipe, pan and pommel of a pistol which have been cast all in one piece. The gun is of octagonal-section. Its upper surface is decorated with a pattern of lozenges created with stamped hemispheres. The stock is plain and measures 21.42mm wide. The stock has a rounded fore-end that gives way to a short tapering butt, ending in an octagonally faceted ovoid pommel. It weighs 49.62g. A number of similar…
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Thursday 15th February 2018
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Record ID: NMS-2CE3FB
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Norfolk
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Silver penny of Henry III, Canterbury, reverse ION ON CANTER, class 5b, moneyer Ion of Canterbury, worn, AD1251-72.
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 13th February 2018
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Record ID: WMID-2CC0D3
Object type: COIN
Broad period: EARLY MEDIEVAL
County: Worcestershire
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An incomplete silver penny of Coenwulf of Mercia (AD 796 to AD 821), dating to the period c. AD 810 to c. AD 821, as part of the Group III, portait issue, pincer cross type. Minted by Tidbearht in Canterbury. North, vol 1, p 93, no 347. Thickness: 1.19mmWeight: 0.5gDiameter: 20.82mm
Created on: Tuesday 13th February 2018
Last updated: Monday 19th February 2018
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