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Record ID: LVPL-5EC1A7
Object type: STRAP FITTING
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A complete cast copper alloy bar mount with pendent loop of probable Late Medieval to Early Post Medieval dating (1400 to 1700 AD). The mount consists of two parts: the bar mount and the pendent loop / ring. The bar mount is U shaped in cross section, as it folds back on itself. The front of the mount is sub square in shape with the projecting loop at the base. The reverse consists of the loop folded back to a triangular point, fixed to the front of the mount, with two integral rivets, projecting from the back of the square front. A copper alloy ring or pendant loop is still …
Created on: Tuesday 6th September 2011
Last updated: Wednesday 25th September 2013
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'North Yorkshire', grid reference and parish protected.


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Record ID: LVPL-F983C4
Object type: SEAL MATRIX
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete cast lead or lead alloy 'vesica' type seal matrix, of Medieval dating (c. 1250 - c.1350 AD). The seal matrix is a vesica shaped die (oval with pointed ends), with an incomplete probable tab handle. The handle has a rectangular cross section. The die depicts a six legged curvilinear stylised floral design, surrounded by the legend around the edge. The legend can be read. It appears to read +SIGIL hENR:FIL:ROBTI. Inscriptions on seal matrixes of this type tend to be in the form of 'XXX, Son of XXX', which in this case means "Seal of Henry, son of Robert". The seal…
Created on: Thursday 1st September 2011
Last updated: Monday 21st November 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-CB8BF8
Object type: MOUNT
Broad period: ROMAN
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete cast copper alloy enamelled mount or stud of probable Roman dating (1 AD to 410 AD). The mount is square in plan, with a raised central ridge on the front. Symmetrical decoration is present on either side of this ridge, consisting of two pointed oval / petals joined together at the circular bulbous end, with the points angled towards the corners. Remnants of red enamel are present at the short ends of the mount, and remnants of a yellow enamel in the middle. The back is plain and undecorated, with the remains of two integral cast attachment spikes present. One is i…
Created on: Tuesday 30th August 2011
Last updated: Wednesday 23rd October 2013
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Record ID: LVPL-CA6076
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete cast copper alloy enameled circular disc brooch, of Late Roman dating (c. 200 to c. 350 AD). The brooch is approximately 75% complete, with the pin, some enamel and part of the edge missing. The front of the brooch has been separated into three separate areas: a central circle, with two circular recessed borders. The areas are delimited by a raised flattened ridge. Traces of a red enamel are present in the middle section. The back of the brooch is plain and undecorated. The catch plate is incomplete and consists of a rectangular asymmetrical lug, the folded edge …
Created on: Tuesday 30th August 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 30th August 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-C9FCE7
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Post Medieval coin: A complete struck / hammered silver penny of Elizabeth I (1558 - 1603), minted in London, between 1578 and 1581 AD. Mintmark unclear but either Plain Cross (1578-1580) or Long Cross (1580 - 1581). North type 2001. Diameter: 14.09mm Thickness: 0.60mm Weight: 0.5 grams
Created on: Tuesday 30th August 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 30th August 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-4FCEE2
Object type: UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete cast copper alloy artefact of uncertain dating and function. The artefact consists of a circular sectioned handle, with incomplete tip. The base of the handle has been decorated with a raised collar, and then an oval swelling. The top of the artefact is incomplete and has the remains of four curved arms. It is a dark green colour, with a slightly abraded uneven patina. It measures 43.81mm in length, 23.61mm wide and 7.00mm thick. It weighs 6.6 grams. The original function and hence dating of this artefact is uncertain, it demonstrates similar characteristics to a h…
Created on: Wednesday 24th August 2011
Last updated: Thursday 28th March 2013
Spatial data recorded. This findspot is known as 'Selby area', grid reference and parish protected.


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Record ID: LVPL-89D1D3
Object type: HAMMER
Broad period: BRONZE AGE
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A complete cast copper alloy socketed Hammer of Bronze Age dating. The socketed hammer is rectangular in plan and cross section, and cuboid in shape. Each face exhibits a panel of ridged decoration at the top, and U shaped recess at the base. Casting ridges are present down each side, and have been smoothed off. The tip has been bevelled. At the base of the socket, some white residue or possibly clay soil remnants are present. The socketed hammer is in good condition, with an even surface patina. It is a dark green colour. There are a couple of areas of more recent plough damage. The h…
Created on: Friday 3rd June 2011
Last updated: Thursday 12th July 2018
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Record ID: LVPL-39B9A4
Object type: BEAD
Broad period: MODERN
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A complete blown / hand made trilobed blue glass bead, of Modern dating (19th to 20th Centuries AD). It has been made from a blue/white variegated (stripy) glass, with small central perforation. The bead is trilobed in plan, with rounded flanges. The bead measures 14.60mm tall, and 13.23mm wide. The central perforation has an internal diameter of 1.31mm. It weighs 2.7 grams. The shape of the bead is characteristic of the Art Deco style, which started during the mid 19th Century and carried on in popularity until around the 1960s.
Created on: Wednesday 18th May 2011
Last updated: Monday 20th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-2913F0
Object type: TANKARD
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete cast copper alloy possible thumb rest from a drinking vessel (probably a tankard) of Post Medieval dating (c.1650 - c.1750 AD). The thumb rest is right angled or L shaped in both plan and section. It consists of a flat base with bifurcated end (triple pronged), with an upright sub oval shaped handle. Cast decoration consisting of V shapes are present along the edges. A circular perforation (hole) is present at the top. This hole would have enabled the thumb rest to be attached to the handle with an axis pin inserted through it, so it could pivot. The thumb rest is a …
Created on: Tuesday 17th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 17th May 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-254BA7
Object type: MOUNT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete cast copper alloy bar of unknown function and probable Medieval dating (1300-1500 AD). The bar has an irregular shaped decorative knop on the end, below which the bar itself tapers to a point. The section of the bar is broadly lentoid and the artefact in plan is broadly sub rectangular. The knop on the end is integrally cast and is formed from four facetted sides. Each facet has a triangular shaped recess cut into it. Below the knop, is a horizontal collar at the top of the bar. The bar consists of a tapering lentoid section. Like the knop, the sides of the bar are f…
Created on: Tuesday 17th May 2011
Last updated: Friday 27th July 2012
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Record ID: LVPL-2421E4
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
One bodysherd of a wheel thrown ceramic vessel of a Post Medieval slipware, of 18th Century dating. The sherd measures 39.31mm in length, 37.34mm wide and 6.91mm thick. It weighs 15.7 grams. The sherd consists of a pale pink earthenware fabric, with dark brown glaze with trailed yellow and dark brown slip decoration on the interior. This type of pottery was typically produced during 18th Century, in both Bristol and Staffordshire. The sherd probably came from a large open decorative bowl or open pie dish. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Slipware Firing condition: oxidised…
Created on: Tuesday 17th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 14th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-2402C1
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
One bodysherd of a wheel thrown ceramic vessel of a Early Post Medieval German stoneware, of 15th to 17th Century dating. The sherd measures 48.92mm in length, 35.81mm wide and 7.36mm thick. It weighs 15.9 grams. The sherd consists of a hard pale grey stoneware fabric, with mottled brown salt glaze on the exterior. This type of pottery was typically produced between 15th and 17th Centuries AD, over in the Rhineland (Germany). The sherd is probably from a drinking vessel, possibly a Bellarmine jug type. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: German salt glazed stoneware Firing co…
Created on: Tuesday 17th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 14th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-23EFD5
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
One rimsherd of a wheel thrown ceramic vessels of a local Medieval coarseware (cooking pot type of 12th to 13th Centuries dating. The sherd measures 27.98mm in length, 37.46mm wide and 7.77mm thick. It weighs 15.3 grams. The sherd has light brown oxidised surface, and light grey unoxidised fabric. This type of pottery was typically produced during the 12th and 13th Centuries and is most likely to be from a large open cooking pot type vessel. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Local (unsourced) coarseware Firing condition: oxidised exterior, unoxidised core, oxidised interior…
Created on: Tuesday 17th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 14th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-23C508
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Twenty nine (29) sherds (seven (7) rimsherds, seven (7) basesherds, twelve (12 bodysherds) and three (3) handles) of several wheel thrown ceramic vessels of a local Medieval glazed jug pottery type, dating from 13th to 14th Centuries AD. The sherds vary in thickness from 7.71mm to 13.16mm. In total they weigh 1025 grams. The sherds have a light grey reduced fabric and a pale green glaze on the exterior surfaces. Subtle differences are present in the fabric types between sherds, which would indicate different sources of production. This type of pottery was typically produced during…
Created on: Tuesday 17th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 14th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-1124B4
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Six (6) sherds (three (3) rimsherds and three (3) bodysherds) of several wheel thrown ceramic vessels of a Romano-British miscellaneous (unsourced) local grey ware. The sherds vary in thickness from 7.25mm to 9.46mm. In total they weigh 110.2 grams. The sherds have a dark grey reduced fabric. Subtle differences are present in the fabric types between sherds, which would indicate different sources of production. This type of Romano-British pottery was in production through the Roman occupation of Britain, from 1st to 4th Centuries (1 - 400 AD). Vessel forms present consist of ut…
Created on: Monday 16th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 14th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-BFB6C3
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete cast copper alloy Bow and Fantail brooch, of Roman dating (50 to 150 AD). Approximately 25% of the brooch is present, consisting only of the head and hinge of the brooch. The head is sub triangular in plan and roughly D shaped in cross section. The head is rectangular at the top, tapering into a narrow bow. The edges are rounded. The back of the brooch displays a hinge, with axis bar still present between the two sides. The pin is no longer present. The brooch is a mid to dark green colour, with an even surface patina. Abrasion, caused by movement whilst within the p…
Created on: Thursday 12th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 14th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-BF30B4
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Medieval coin: A struck / hammered silver cut halfpenny of Henry III (1216 - 1272), minted between 1247 and 1248 AD, probably in London by moneyer Nicole. Diameter: 17.89mm Length: 17.89mm Width: 8.79mm Thickness: 0.66mm Weight: 0.6 grams
Created on: Thursday 12th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 14th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-BECD05
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
Medieval coin: A complete struck / hammered silver penny of Edward I (1272 - 1307 AD), minted in Canterbury between 1291 and 1294 AD. Diameter: 18.42mm Thickness: 0.64mm Weight: 1.2 grams
Created on: Thursday 12th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 14th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-BDEC30
Object type: STUD
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A complete cast copper alloy stud or mount, probably of Medieval to Post Medieval dating but most likely between 16th to 17th Centuries AD. The stud is circular in plan, and irregular in cross section. It consists of a domed (convex) head (diameter 10.32mm), with the shank attached centrally on the interior surface. The shank is square sectioned, and tapers to a point. The tip has been bent right over. The stud is a dark green to brown colour, with signs of soil adhering to the inside of the head. The stud is covered by an even surface patina. Abrasion, caused by movement wh…
Created on: Thursday 12th May 2011
Last updated: Tuesday 14th June 2011
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Record ID: LVPL-BD9E77
Object type: STRAP FITTING
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
An incomplete cast copper alloy belt mount or strap fitting, of Post Medieval dating (15th to 17th Centuries AD). The belt mount is lozengeform (diamond) in plan and flat in profile. It consists of an openwork lozenge style mount, with two integrally cast attachment spikes on the rear of the mount. Both the front and the back of the mount are plain and undecorated. The front demonstrates a slight bevelling to the edges. The central hole is lozengeform in plan and positioned centrally. The rear exhibits two cast attachment spikes, both now incomplete. One is located at the top and th…
Created on: Thursday 12th May 2011
Last updated: Wednesday 25th September 2013
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