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Record ID: NCL-AD9E11
Object type: HARNESS FITTING
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Northumberland
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Massive terret ring made from cast cu-alloy, with an incomplete projection of a twin spur (lipped projection) within the ring. It would also have had a strap bar concealed at the base. Most known examples come from northern England and Scotland with an emphasis in Aberdeenshire. There are also examples from North Wales. It's very close to an example from Chesters, Northumberland in Jope 2000, 309, 291e and MacGregor 1976, 113. Generally dating from late 1st-mid 3rd century AD. A fine example of this type of object is LANCUM-1F06E0
Created on: Friday 8th December 2017
Last updated: Friday 8th December 2017
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Record ID: NCL-C9205B
Object type: POWDER FLASK
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Northumberland
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A pressed copper-alloy sheet which is a component of an incomplete powder flask. The object probably equates to one half of a powder flask. The object is roughly pear shaped with a flat top at its narrowest point, and has a piercing at its narrow end. The date is probably ealry to late post medieval, however the lack of decoration makes this object problematic to date. The object is 71.38mm at its widest, 155.15 long, and 0.93mm thick.
Created on: Sunday 10th December 2017
Last updated: Sunday 10th December 2017
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Record ID: NCL-74C5D5
Object type: FLANGED AXEHEAD
Broad period: BRONZE AGE
County: Northumberland
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A copper alloy flanged axehead of Early Middle Bronze Age date of later short-flanged axe of Type Ulcrome. The axehead dates to c. Acton Park II / Taunton phase of early MBA which corresponds to Needham typology date is c. 1600-1300 BC. The blade of the palstave is a splayed/crescent-shaped, with convex expanding sides, and a convex cutting edge, which is damaged. In profile the blade is sub-triangular with the widest section being at the stop ridge. The blade is 90.31mm in length. The width of the cutting edge measures 38.21mm. The thickness of the blade is 12.63mm The rear pa…
Created on: Thursday 13th July 2017
Last updated: Tuesday 28th November 2017
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Record ID: NCL-B4F01A
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Northumberland
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A silver siege coin struck at Newark dated to 1645 to 1646. It is a lozenge shape and weighs 5.13g; length 34.94mm; width 31.10mm. A post-medieval silver 'siege piece' struck at Newark. The coin is lozenge shaped. The obverse depicts a crown flanked from left to right by C and R. The crown has eight pellets on the left arch and nine on the right. Due to wear it is possible that some pellets cannot be seen. Below the crown are the numerals XII, which denotes the denomination as a shilling. All these are enclosed by an off-centred lozenge perimeter of pellets. The reverse has an inscr…
Created on: Thursday 3rd May 2018
Last updated: Thursday 3rd May 2018
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Record ID: NCL-09E1D4
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Northumberland
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A silver short-cross penny of Henry II class 1b1: mint, London: moneyer RAVL. date AD 1180-1185. The weight is 1.26g, the diameter is 19.01mm and the thickness is 0.70mm. Obverse: hENRICVS REX, Crowned bust facing with sceptre. Reverse: + (cross pattée) RAVL·ON·LVND, Voided short cross with a quatrefoil in each quadrant N926; p220
Created on: Monday 7th May 2018
Last updated: Saturday 12th May 2018
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Record ID: NCL-8884D3
Object type: BULLET
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Northumberland
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A modern lead bullet. weight - 29.09g; Length - 24.34mm; Diameter - 14.95mm (0.588 inches). The bullet has 3 circumferential grooves, with rouletting and a hollowed base of depth c.3.9 mm. The diameter suggets this may be for the Martini Henry rifle, which equipped the British Army in the later 19th century, and at all events are for a rifle of military specification.
Created on: Sunday 13th May 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 15th May 2018
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Record ID: NCL-2696E2
Object type: SHEET
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Somerset
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A lead sheet with the impression of a Roman coin. The coin impresion is of a Siliqua from the reign of Gratian (367-383) - Reece Period 19. The lead sheet is sub-rectaungular in plan and weighs 70.50g; is 56.23mm long; and has a maximum width of 34.07mm and a minimum width of 26.22mm. It is 4.91mm thick. The impression is situated at the widest part of the sheet and some dammage has occured to the upper right quadrant of the object, which includes part of the impression. The sheet has a transverse cut just below the coin impression. It is conceivable that this was made for casting rep…
Created on: Friday 9th March 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 5th June 2018
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Record ID: NCL-0BAD90
Object type: BOOK FITTING
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Northumberland
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An incomplete copper-alloy book clasp of the post medieval period (c.1500-1700). The clasp it sub-rectangular in plan and is formed from a single metal sheet that is 0.68 mm thick. The There is a pierced hole at one end that has a diameter of 2.86mm. An arc of incised decoration can be seen around the piercing. Looking along the object from the piercing there are twin concentric circles of decoration, then four laterally incised lines; a further decoration of twin concentric circles is partially visible before the integral backwards facing hook (i.e. backwards to the decoration) can b…
Created on: Tuesday 31st January 2017
Last updated: Thursday 14th December 2017
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Record ID: NCL-30F496
Object type: BROOCH
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Northumberland
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A fragment of a copper-alloy Trumpet brooch of Roman date, c. AD 75 - 175. The head is ovate with a double lug hinge mechanism to the reverse. The pin no longer remains. A D-sectioned bow extends from the front of the head but is much truncateed. The patina is a dark green. Similar examples are illustrated in Hattatt, p.327, fig.186 and are dated to circa AD 75 - 175.
Created on: Thursday 2nd February 2017
Last updated: Friday 8th December 2017
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Record ID: NCL-459509
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Northumberland
Workflow stage: Awaiting validation Find awaiting validation
A post-Medieval Scottish silver twenty pence piece of Charles I (1625-1649). Obverse: CAR·D G·SCOT·ANG·FR·ET·HIB·R·; Crowned bust left, XX (mark of value) behind Reverse: IVSTITIA·THRONVM·FIRMAT·; Crowned thistle. Mint uncertain. Clipped, probably third issue 1637 - 1642; Diameter, 15.54mm; Thickness, 0.33mm; weight 0.4g.
Created on: Tuesday 22nd November 2016
Last updated: Tuesday 22nd November 2016
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