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Record ID: WMID-F46898
Object type: TOKEN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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An incomplete lead alloy unifaced token of Medieval to Post medieval dating (AD 1400 to AD 1800). The obverse of the token consists of four raised oval lines (Powell type 31). Reverse is undecorated. It measures 17.3 mm in length, is 18.4 mm wide and 2.3 mm thick. It weighs 2.7 g. The token is a mid grey colour, with an even surface patina. Token is heavily worn.
Created on: Tuesday 7th December 2021
Last updated: Monday 13th December 2021
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Record ID: NARC-391C9A
Object type: THIMBLE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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An incomplete copper-alloy Thimble of late Medieval date (AD 1400-1540). The object is a domed-shaped heavy duty finger thimble. It comprises a domed, small tonsured crown and flared body which tapers into a sub-circular base, which is missing a small section, likely the result of post-depositional agencies. Both the crown and the body of the object are covered with twelve rows of irregularly spaced and sized indentations which are structured vertically along the base and in concentric circles along the crown. The motif ceases 2.78mm from the base where two circumferential co…
Created on: Tuesday 16th November 2021
Last updated: Wednesday 17th November 2021
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Record ID: WMID-7ADA9D
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: City of Wolverhampton
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An incomplete silver farthing of Edward II (AD 1307 to AD 1327), dating to the period AD 1310 to AD 1314. Minted in London. Oval flan. Withers type 30. North type 1070. Diameter: 12.8 mm Thickness: 0.6 mm Weight: 0.4 g
Created on: Thursday 27th August 2020
Last updated: Friday 28th August 2020
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Record ID: WMID-663785
Object type: JETTON
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: City of Wolverhampton
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An incomplete copper alloy Tournai Jetton of Medieval dating (AD 1497 to AD 1521). The obverse depicts three circles each containing a quatrefoil and the reverse depicts a broad cross pattee with a flower in each angle. The jetton probably has an abbreviated legend of the phrase 'Sit Nomen Domini (benedictum)', now worn and mostly illegible. It has a diameter of 25.4 mm and is 1.3 mm thick. It weighs 2.9 g. The jetton is a dark green colour with an even surface patina. Mitchiner (1988) illustrates similar on p242 (nos 747-748). These jettons are dated to c. AD 1497…
Created on: Wednesday 26th August 2020
Last updated: Thursday 27th August 2020
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Record ID: NARC-D655E7
Object type: FINGER RING
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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A complete copper alloy Finger Ring of Late Medieval to Post-Medieval date (AD 1500-1700). The band is D shaped in section with a convex external face and flat internal face. It has been made by bending a strip of metal and soldering the ends to form a ring and butt joint. The join is clearly visible and the decoration is not aligned. The decoration consists of a series of foliate motifs, each separated by a vertical line. The motifs are all identical whereas the lines are irregular, suggesting the decoration was stamped rather than cast onto the ring. An exact parallel can be found o…
Created on: Monday 20th April 2020
Last updated: Friday 13th May 2022
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Record ID: WMID-07A65D
Object type: KNIFE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Coventry
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An incomplete zoomorphic knife handle, probably Medieval dating to the period c. AD 1400-1700. The knife handle has a square sectioned shaft which terminates in an old break where the now missing blade would have once extended. The shaft of the knife handle measures 27.5 mm in length. The opposing end has a zoomorphic terminal, possibly in the form of a boar's or dog’s head. The head end terminal measures 27.9 mm in length. The head has two oval eyes placed on either side of the head. The eyes have circular shaped indentations at the centre. The mouth is long and curve up…
Created on: Friday 10th April 2020
Last updated: Wednesday 19th August 2020
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Record ID: WMID-79AB84
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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A Medieval silver voided long cross penny of Henry III (AD 1216-1272), Class Vb or c, dating to AD 1250-1256. Moneyer: Nicole. Minted in London. North (1991) Vol 1, no. 992 or 993.
Created on: Friday 3rd April 2020
Last updated: Friday 10th April 2020
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Record ID: WAW-602893
Object type: UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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A lead cross of unknown exact date but probably Medieval to Post Medieval (c. AD 1100-1800). The object has four arms, all of irregular length, laid out in a cross-shape. Each arm is D-shaped in cross-section. Casting remnants are apparent in the corners of each of the arms. The object is undecorated and has a pinkish-grey patina. There are deep cuts across the ends of the two shorter arms: one on the face and the other on the reverse, which could suggest the object was attached or suspended. Comparable objects recorded on the PAS database include: YORYM-D3FF64; LIN-7235E5; LIN-…
Created on: Thursday 2nd April 2020
Last updated: Friday 4th September 2020
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Record ID: WMID-8BA0E5
Object type: STRAP END
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Walsall
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An incomplete copper-alloy strap end of Medieval date, c.AD 1150 - 1450. The object comprises two flat plates which are broadly sub-rectangular. One short edge has a rounded projecting knop at the centre and the opposing end has a terminal which is pointed at the centre. one of th eplates is damaged and incomplete at this ned. Both plates are undecorated. There are many similar strap ends recorded on the PAS database; compare (NMS-7D05FC) discovered in Norfolk and (YORYM-41C636) discovered in North Yorkshire. The metal has a mid-green patina and is worn. The strap end…
Created on: Wednesday 22nd January 2020
Last updated: Wednesday 11th March 2020
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Record ID: WMID-3FDFAA
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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A medieval to post-Medieval Spanish silver half real of Ferdinand and Isabella (AD 1479-1504). Minted between AD 1475-1497. Mint uncertain. The coin is bent across the middle and is irregular in shape, and clipped on some edges. Obverse: Yoke of Aragon Reverse: The Queens device, a "bundle of arrows". These coins are found in areas with high levels of trade with Spain (particularly London and Kent), during the period of close allegiance following the marriage of Catalina of Aragon to Prince Arthur of England in 1501. Other examples include SOM-897175, DEV-1D5323, SF-9B4233, S…
Created on: Thursday 7th November 2019
Last updated: Friday 15th November 2019
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Record ID: WMID-181809
Object type: FINGER RING
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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A complete gold finger ring with a purple gem stone setting dating to the Medieval period (c.AD1300-1400). The plain hoop is 17.3mm in internal diameter, 1.4 mm wide and 0.4mm thick, with a D shaped cross section. The shoulders are a thin ridge, 1.2 mm wide, by either side of the bezel. The bezel is hollow and oval in shape measuring 4.3 mm by 3.4 mm and has a biconical collet 3.0 mm in height. The cabochon stone, probably a garnet, has been pushed down inside the bezel. The ring broadly conforms to the type of decorative gemstone finger rings described by Egan and Prit…
Created on: Tuesday 5th November 2019
Last updated: Monday 26th July 2021
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Record ID: WAW-9A72FB
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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Medieval coin: silver penny of Edward I (1272-1307) minted in London between 1299 and 1300. Class 9a2. North No. 1036/2.
Created on: Friday 18th October 2019
Last updated: Monday 21st October 2019
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Record ID: WMID-27EFC3
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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A silver penny of John (AD 1199-1216) or Henry III (AD 1216-1272) dating to the period AD 1209 - 1236. Short cross reverse. Moneyer Roger. Mint of Canterbury. Class 6bc-6d, 6x or 7a -7b. North (1991) Vol 1, no's.974-979. The coin has been double struck making it difficult to define the class any further.
Created on: Friday 6th September 2019
Last updated: Friday 8th November 2019
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Record ID: WAW-341FA7
Object type: COIN WEIGHT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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Medieval to Post Medieval (15th to 16th centuries) coin weight: The copper alloy weight is circular in plan and rectangular in section with rounded corners. The weight is uniface, decorated with a ship with a lis to the left of the mast and a lion to the right. The weight has a dark green patina. It measures 16.33mm diameter, 4mm thick and weighs 4.92g. The use of round weights with representations of a ship were used in the 15th and 16th centuries (Withers P. & B.R. Lions, Ships and Angels Galata Print. Powys p. 19).
Created on: Monday 8th July 2019
Last updated: Monday 8th July 2019
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Record ID: WMID-40AF69
Object type: BULLA
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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An almost complete magistral bulla of the Grand Master of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (also called the Knights Hospitallers), of Late Medieval to Early Post Medieval dating (AD 1462 to AD 1540). The object is made of lead and shows clear evidence of a piercing from top to bottom where a cord would once have been threaded. The piercing is filled with debris. The bulla is worn and has rounded edges, but still shows some evidence of flashing around the perimeter. There are relief mouldings on the obverse and the reverse. A similar artefact is described in det…
Created on: Thursday 9th May 2019
Last updated: Sunday 24th May 2020
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Record ID: WMID-051353
Object type: TOKEN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Birmingham
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A complete Medieval to Post Medieval cast lead alloy uniface token, dating to c. AD 1250-1800. The token is decorated on one face with a cross and a pellet in each quarter design, all within a circle; the other face is undecorated. The token measures 22.05 mm diameter at the widest point and is 1.90 mm thick and weighs 4.3 grams. Tokens had a wide variety of uses and were easy to manufacture; they are therefore difficult to date specifically outside of secure archaeological contexts. Tokens with simple cross-and-pellet designs were thought to imitate Medieval long cross coinage …
Created on: Wednesday 24th April 2019
Last updated: Wednesday 29th May 2019
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Record ID: WMID-04A137
Object type: MOUNT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Birmingham
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An incomplete copper alloy stud mount measuring 26.55 mm by 28.60 mm so nearly square. The outer surface has five circular concave holes in the form of a cross, as well as four oval shaped depressions at each corner. The inner surface contains a single stem-like projection which appears incomplete. The object has a greenish patina. It is 8.40 mm thick (including the projection) and weighs 17.2 gm.
Created on: Wednesday 24th April 2019
Last updated: Wednesday 29th May 2019
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Record ID: WMID-86D5A4
Object type: BUCKLE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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An incomplete, copper-alloy, medieval, annular buckle dating to AD 1400 - 1500. The buckle pin is missing. The object is sub-circular with a D-shaped cross-section. It is bevelled at the edges, with raised and sunken panels alternating around the inner and outer edges of the frame. The buckle has a green patina with evidence of corrosion, possibly where an iron buckle pin corroded while in contact with the frame. A very similar buckle is illustrated in Whitehead's 'Buckles 1250-1800' (2003), page 46, no. 269.
Created on: Thursday 18th April 2019
Last updated: Thursday 9th May 2019
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Record ID: WAW-F4B9A4
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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Medieval coin: penny of possibly Edward IV, Second reign (1471-1483) minted in Durham between 1471 and 1483. North No. 1644 to 1656.
Created on: Thursday 11th April 2019
Last updated: Tuesday 30th April 2019
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Record ID: WAW-F45B8A
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Solihull
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Medieval coin: penny probably of Edward I - Edward III (AD 1272 - 1377) minted between 1279 and 1377. Mint uncertain. The obverse of the penny has been heavily worn so that the bust and legend are no longer visible. The reverse is also worn but the long cross and pellets can still be seen.
Created on: Thursday 11th April 2019
Last updated: Thursday 11th April 2019
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