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Record ID: KENT-CFBA10
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: West Sussex
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A Commonwealth Period (1649-1660), pierced, cast, copper alloy, silver plated contemporary counterfeit halfcrown. Obverse: Shield of St. George within wreath formed of a palm and laurel branch. Inscription: THE COMMONWEALTH. OF ENGLAN[D] Reverse: Conjoined shields of St. George and Ireland with mark II.VI. of value above. Inscription: .G(O)D.W(I)TH.VS(.1)[65](4) Mint mark: Sun (1649-1657). Mint name: Proporting to be London but mint by provenance. Die axis: 10 o'clock. Worn or fine condition with some 'clipping', and a silver/grey tarnished toned patina. However, the sun mint mark appe…
Created on: Sunday 9th June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-CF4CE2
Object type: WEIGHT
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: Kent
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Age uncertain, lead alloy, crudely cast, roughly flat and rectangular but relatively thick probable unofficial weight. This weight could have been used in conjunction with other weights. The weight has an irregular flat base and slightly concave upper surface with bevelled long sides and rounded short sides. There is a slash shaped cleft along one of the long sides, surface damage caused by agricultural activity, otherwise a pale matt grey/white patina. This weight is of unknown date. Ref. Detector Finds, Gordon Bailey, Greenlight Publishing 1992, page 52-57, History Beneath Our Feet, …
Created on: Sunday 9th June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-CF0F1D
Object type: LITHIC IMPLEMENT
Broad period: NEOLITHIC
County: Kent
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Prehistoric, knapped or flaked, fair size flint waste flake or debitage. Irregular pentagonal shape, convex dorsal and concave ventral surfaces. Mottled pale grey/ white with speckled light brown coloured patches and ridges on the dorsal surface. Bulb of percussion with small scar, fair size striking platform with feint ripples. There is one main flake bed and three smaller ones on the dorsal surface and a small patch of cortex on the distal end. The flint appears to show signs of wear/ abrasion from being in the agricultural plough soil and there are a few small edge chips. This lithi…
Created on: Sunday 9th June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-CEA5E8
Object type: LITHIC IMPLEMENT
Broad period: NEOLITHIC
County: Kent
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Prehistoric, knapped or flaked, medium size, flint, waste flake or debitage. Sub-rectangular/oval irregular oval shaped, slightly plano-concave mottled pale grey/brown flint with a few white patches on the ventral surface. Bulb of percussion with small bulbar scar, there is a medium sized striking platform with feint ripples. There is one flake bed and a section of cortex on the distal end and one side of the dorsal surface. The flint appears to show some wear or abrasion from being in the agricultural or plough top soil and has a patinated surface. This lithic is likely to date to the…
Created on: Sunday 9th June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-BFD3A3
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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A Georgian Period 1777, minted, George III (1760-1820), gold alloy, early type guinea, fourth laureate head coinage. Obverse: Laureate head right. Inscription: GEORGIUS. III DEI.GRATIA. Reverse: Crowned shield of Arms. Inscription: M.BF.ET.H.REX.FD.B.ET.L.DS.R.I.A.T.ET.E. Mint name: London. Die axis: 6 o'clock. Slightly worn or very fine condition. There are several very fine scratches and two slightly larger scratches one the obverse at 11 o'clock and on the reverse at 8 o'clock. Ref. Coins of England and the UK, Spink 2017, page 421 No. 3728. The coin is 24.75mm long, 24.17mm wide, 1…
Created on: Saturday 8th June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-BF9394
Object type: TOKEN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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A Post Medieval C16-18th, crudely cast, lead alloy, medium size, circular, slightly convex upper surface, relatively thick uniface token. The Powell 32 type classification system for lead tokens and tallies type 7 - hatching or Paul Baylis No. 20 - square chequered field (multi-lined) design. Obverse: Square chequered field (multi-lined or hatching design). Reverse: Off centre, rounded, sub-triangular probable casting fault. Mint by provenance. This grid design can be seen on the arms of the Waterman's Guild, alternatively these could be agricultural tallies given to farm labourers for…
Created on: Saturday 8th June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-68B285
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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A Post Medieval, struck or hammered, silver Charles I (1625-1649) sixpence, Group A, first or second bust type 1. Obverse: Crowned bust left with VI behind the bust. Inscription: CAROLUS DG.MAG(B)R.ET.HIB (R)EX. Reverse: Square - topped shield over cross fourchee, date above. Inscription: CHRI(STO)[AUSP]IC(E) REGNO. Mint mark: Lis (105) Mint name: Tower London Die axis: 8 o'clock. Extremely worn or poor condition, heavily clipped with the outer half of the legend removed also a dark grey tarnish and the coin is a little distorted by agricultural equipment. This coin dates to 1625. Ref.…
Created on: Tuesday 4th June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-685914
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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An Edward IV first reign (1461-1470) light coinage, class Xa, struck or hammered silver groat. Obverse: Crowned bust facing within a tressure of arches. Standard type 'F', Trefoils on cusps of the tressure and beside neck. Inscription: EDWARD DLI GRA REX ANG(L Z FRAN)C. Reverse: Long cross with three pellets in each angle. Inscription: POSUI DEUM ADIVTORVM MEVM - CIVITAS LONDON. Mint Mark: Longcross Fitchee and Sun on the reverse. Mint name: London. Die axis: 12 o'clock. Worn or fine condition with some of the legend partly illegible due to clipping or struck off-centre onto a small fl…
Created on: Tuesday 4th June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-514772
Object type: WEIGHT
Broad period: UNKNOWN
County: Greater London Authority
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A damaged but complete, age uncertain, cast, lead alloy, possible unofficial weight used by a trader. Medium size, roughly circular, flat and with a sub-rectangular slot commencing in the centre and running out towards the edge. There is a break at the end of the slot to the edge. Worn condition and a pale grey/white corroded surface. This date is uncertain. Refs. Detector Finds, Gordon Bailey, Greenlight Publishing 1992, page 52-57 and Detector Finds 2, Gordon Bailey, Greenlight Publishing 1993, page 29-34 No. 46 & 53. The weight is 27.01mm long, 25.29mm wide, 2.38mm thick, diamet…
Created on: Monday 3rd June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-510F26
Object type: JETTON
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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A Post Medieval Hans Schultz, struck or hammered, copper alloy-brass, medium size, circular, flat, Nuremberg - German jetton. Obverse: Three crowns alternately with three fleur-de-lys centrifugally surrounding a five or six petal rose. Inscription: (TVS) R[...]P. Reverse: Imperial orb surmounted by a cross patty within a double tressure of three arches, three angles and three pairs of pellets around the tressure. Inscription: [HA](NS) SCH(V)LTES:N(ORN) BR(G). Mint name: Nuremberg Moneyer: Hans Schultes. Very worn or fair condition obverse but worn or fine condition reverse with a small…
Created on: Monday 3rd June 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-0241F3
Object type: TOKEN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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A Post Medieval C16-18th, crudely cast, lead alloy, small size, circular, flat reasonably thick biface token. The Powell 32 type classification system for lead tokens and tallies type 3 - Segments or Paul Baylis No. 9 - simple linear 8 arm cross, sometimes referred to as a spoked wheel with rim or water wheel design. On the reverse Powell 32 type 2 - initials 'I h' probably for J H or possibly 'YI' possibly for YJ. Mint by provenance. Worn with a pale grey matt surface. This is likely to date to 1500-1799. Ref. Detector Finds, Gordon Bailey, Greenlight Publishing 1992, page 56 & 57…
Created on: Thursday 30th May 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-01E4FB
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Kent
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A late Roman, struck or hammered, copper alloy, nummi or AE4 probably of Valentinian, Valens or Gratian possibly a barbarous copy. Obverse: Bust outline - probable diadem bust right. Inscription: Illegible. Reverse: Possible Emperor with standard going right dragging a captive. Inscription: Illegible. Mint mark illegible. Die axis: 12 o'clock. Slight oval shaped flan, extremely worn or poor condition with a matt brown/green/light green corroded surface. This could date to between 364-378AD. Ref. Coins of England and the UK, Spink 2017, page 65 No. 620A and Identifying Roman Coins, Rich…
Created on: Thursday 30th May 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-ED2563
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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A Post Medieval, struck or hammered, copper alloy, Charles I Rose (Type 2) farthing. Obverse: Small single arched crown with two sceptres in saltire through it, just crossing the inner circle. Inscription: CARO[LUS DG] MAG (BRI). Reverse: Single rose surmounted by a single arched crown. Inscription: FRAN ET. HI. REX. Mint mark illegible, Die axis: 12 o'clock. Very worn, fair condition. Slightly squared flan with a matt green/brown corroded surface, mainly green surface on the reverse. This is likely to date to 1625-1643. Ref. Coins of England and the UK, Spink 2017, page 324 No. 3202 a…
Created on: Wednesday 29th May 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-7D4A55
Object type: BUCKLE
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: East Sussex
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A Post Medieval, cast, copper alloy, complete, double oval loop buckle frame with moulded all over surface decoration. There is an oval shaped, plain, lobed knop at the outer edges and a slightly smaller one at each end of the strap bar. Once silvered or tinned white metal surface, with a recess on the back but minus the tongue. This is likely to date to `1550-1650. Ref. Buckles 1250-1800, Ross Whitehead, Anglia Publishing 1996, page 66 No. 410 & 411. The buckle is 55.17mm long, 34.03mm wide, 3.14mm thick and weighs 11.5g.
Created on: Friday 24th May 2019
Last updated: Monday 10th June 2019
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Record ID: KENT-7C3199
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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A crumpled but complete, Post Medieval, struck or hammered, gold, James I second coinage (1604-1619) Unite coin. Obverse: Crowned half length bust to right with sceptre over right shoulder and orb in left hand. Inscription: IACOBVS.D'.G'.MAG BRIT. FRA. ET. HI. REX. Reverse: Square shield crowned and garnished with I R at side. Inscription: FACIAM.EOS.IN.GENTEM.VNAM. Mint mark: Bell, Die axis: 8 o'clock. The coin has been distorted by agricultural equipment with half the coin flat but the other two quarters bent and distorted by 90 degrees with a small crack into the legend between 'IAC…
Created on: Friday 24th May 2019
Last updated: Wednesday 29th May 2019
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Record ID: KENT-43CA05
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Surrey
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A complete but rolled up Medieval - Tudor probably Edward IV (light coinage) - Henry VII, half groat, Long cross hammered silver coin possibly used as a storage method on a cord/piece of string or possibly used as jewellery. Obverse: Not visible. Inscription: Not visible. Reverse: Long cross coinage with three pellets in each angle. Inscription: CIV(I)TAS CAnTOR. Mint name:Canterbury. Some wear particularly on the rolled overlap - on the raised area, otherwise an attractive silver colour with slight tarnish. This could date to 1464-1509. Ref. Coins of England and the UK, Spink 2017, pa…
Created on: Tuesday 20th November 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 4th December 2018
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Record ID: KENT-438C8C
Object type: TOKEN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Medway
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An almost complete Post Medieval C17th, milled, copper alloy Trade token. Obverse: Clasped hands. Inscription: IACOB (PA)RSON. Reverse: Three initials P over I*E. Inscription: IN (G)RAVESEND 1651. Die axis: 12 o'clock. Slight damage to the edges of the flan 'nibbled' between 1 o'clock and 4 o'clock on the obverse otherwise little wear or very fine condition but some pale green and brown surface corrosion. This is likely to date to 1651. Ref. British Tokens & their values, Seaby, London 1970 reprinted 1984, page 28-29 No. 301 and Seventeenth Century Tokens of the British Isles and t…
Created on: Tuesday 20th November 2018
Last updated: Thursday 22nd November 2018
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Record ID: KENT-430812
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Medway
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A Post Medieval, hammered silver James I (1603-1625) half groat. Second coinage (1604-1619). Obverse: Rose with crown above. Inscription: I.D.G ROSA (S)INA SPI(NA). Reverse: Thistle with crown above. Inscription: TVEATV(R) V(N)ITA (DEUS). Mint mark: Mullet. Mint name: London. Die axis: 9 o'clock. Full flan slightly distorted by agriculatural machinery, very worn fair condition especially the reverse and heavily tarnished. This is likely to date to 1611-1612. Ref. Coins of England and the UK, Spink 2017, page 279 No. 2660 and English Hammered Coinage Vol. 2, J.J. North, Spink 1991 repri…
Created on: Tuesday 20th November 2018
Last updated: Friday 23rd November 2018
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Record ID: KENT-41DE55
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Medway
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A Medieval, silver halfpenny of Richard II (1377-1399). Standard type 'a', late bust Withers type 4a. with fish tail letters. Obverse: Crowned bust facing, drapery formed of two wedges. Inscription: (R)IC(HA)[RD] REX An[GL](F). Reverse: Long cross with three pellets in each angle. Inscription: CIV(I)TAS LOnDOn. Mint mark: Cross Pattee. Mint name: London. Die axis: 5 o'clock. The coin is worn and in fine condition but the flan is slightly crinkled and there are two edge dents one at 4 o'clock and the other at 10 o'clock on the obverse. The coin is also heavily tarnished. The coin is lik…
Created on: Tuesday 20th November 2018
Last updated: Friday 23rd November 2018
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Record ID: KENT-419F31
Object type: BUCKLE
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Kent
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An incomplete Post Medieval C16-17th, cast, copper alloy broken double loop oval buckle with moulded floral decoration on the loops. Bilobed knops at the symmetrical points on the outside edge of the complete loop and a moulded rosette or fleuret in between them on the outer edge. Lobed knop either end of the strap bar which is recessed from the front edge of the frame. Most of one loop and the tongue are missing. There is some wear and a matt brown corroded surface. This is likely to date to 1550-1650. Ref. History Beneath Our Feet, Brian Read, Anglia Publishing Ipswich 1995, page 109…
Created on: Tuesday 20th November 2018
Last updated: Thursday 22nd November 2018
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