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Record ID: SWYOR-18D405
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Lincolnshire
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A copper alloy partial handle and handle attachment lug from a Late Medieval to Post Medieval chafing dish dating from about AD 1400 - 1600. Only part of the loop handle survives; the straight bar that passes through the attachment lug, and part of the sides. The sides are concave and curved. The sides are hexagonal in cross section. There are various file marks from finishing on the outer sides. One face of the handle is decorated with regularly spaced small circles stamped onto the surface. The other face is plain. The lug is oval in plan and hexagonal in cross-section with rounded…
Created on: Monday 13th August 2018
Last updated: Tuesday 21st August 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-186F8B
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Lincolnshire
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A medieval silver coin: a clipped penny possibly of Richard II (AD 1377 - 99), York mint, possibly Type II as decribed in Purvey (1962) or struck from local dies. Much of the legend is illegible and not enough details survive to be able to be certain of the identification, but the cross saltire before CIVI is clear. Compare North (1991) Volume 2, number 1329 or 1330 on page 62 - 63. Obverse: [...]VS[...] Forward facing crowned bust with possible annulet circular mark on breast, nothing by shoulders. Reverse: x CIVI [TAS EBO RA]CI Long cross with three pellets in each angle (and quatre…
Created on: Monday 13th August 2018
Last updated: Monday 20th August 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-183750
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Lincolnshire
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A Medieval silver coin; long cross half penny of Richard II (AD 1377 - 1399) or Henry IV (AD 1399 - 1413), London mint, uncertain type. It is 13.6 in diameter and 0.7mm thick. It weighs 0.5gm.
Created on: Monday 13th August 2018
Last updated: Monday 20th August 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-16D248
Object type: COIN
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A Medieval silver coin; half cut voided long cross penny of Henry III (AD 1216 - 1272), Class Va - Vc dating from AD 1250 - 1256. The moneyer is porbably Gilbert at Canterbury, but the reverse lettering is not grouped in the usual way reading: "[...]/(RT)[-]/ON C". The coin appears to be double struck, having moved in the die, leaving a wide space after the T of the moneyer's name, and between the HE and the N of HENRIC. It is 16.6mm long, 9.0mm wide and 0.75mm thick. It weighs 0.59gm. See North number 991/1 - 993, pages 226 - 227 of North (1994) Volume 1.
Created on: Monday 13th August 2018
Last updated: Friday 21st September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-165906
Object type: BUTTON
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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An almost complete cast lead-alloy button dating from AD 1400 - 1700. The button is cast in one piece and is discoidal with a flat back apart from a raised casting seam with the remains of an integral suspension loop, although this is now partially missing and remains only as one stub at the centre of the reverse. The front is decorated with a cross cast in substantial relief within in a raised circular border. This creates 4 quadrant cells and there are also triangles projecting in from the outer edge. The upper surface of the cross is decorated with low pellets evenly spaced along ea…
Created on: Monday 13th August 2018
Last updated: Friday 21st September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-15F114
Object type: WEIGHT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A cast lead alloy trade weight dating from the Medieval period, about AD 1300 - 1500. It is shield shaped and has a raised shield shaped area on the front face. The central design is of a crown over a fleur in relief. The weight has a mass of 213gm (7 1/2oz) so was probably intended as an 8oz weight. It has, however suffered some damage to the pointed base and the upper corners. The weight is 52.7mm long, 41.5mm wide and 15.0mm thick. It has a patchy cream and grey patina. Similar weights are discussed and illustrated in Biggs and Withers, 2000, Lead Weights: The David Rogers Collecti…
Created on: Monday 13th August 2018
Last updated: Friday 21st September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A3B569
Object type: COIN
Broad period: ROMAN
County: North Yorkshire
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A copper-alloy Roman coin; a nummus of Constantius II (AD 324 - 361), dating from the period AD 337-341 (Reece period 17). GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse type, depicting two soldiers with spears and shields, one standard in the middle. Mint of Trier. LRBC p.6, no.132. Compare WILT-2D425D. The coin is 14.9mm diameter 1.3mm thick and 1.3g.
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Friday 31st August 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A2F786
Object type: BOTTLE
Broad period: ROMAN
County: North Yorkshire
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A glass bottle fragment of probable Roman date, AD 43 - 410. The fragment is the complete rim and incomplete neck in very light pink glass. The rim has an external diameter of 25.3mm and is sub-circular, and the internal opening diameter is 12.8mm. The top of the rim is flat and the sides are bevelled. The neck is 21.8mm diameter at the top, and is incomplete. There are occasional bubbles in the glass, and no evidence of mould lines. 26.1mm tall and 10.8g.
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Friday 31st August 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A26E91
Object type: UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A crudely cast lead unidentified artefact, possibly a weight or a lead adhesive to anchor a fixing into stone. It is probably of post-Medieval date, about AD 1600 - 1900. It is in the form of a blunt cone, with one flat and one rounded face. In the centre of the flat face is a loop or staple of fine copper alloy wire, perhaps a suspension loop or anchoring. There is also a short stub of thicker gauge copper alloy wire protruding from the side, though the function of this second wire, which appears to have no connection to the loop, is uncertain. The object is 17.7mm long and 17mm in di…
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A25CC1
Object type: STEELYARD WEIGHT
Broad period: ROMAN
County: North Yorkshire
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An incomplete, cast lead artefact, possibly a steelyard weight of Roman date, AD 43 - 410. It is in the form of a truncated cone, rounded at one end and with a hollow depression in the base. Two stubs of ferrous wire project from the base, possibly the remains of an iron loop. These two sections of wire are also visible in the rounded upper surface, perhaps suggesting a second loop. The weight has a light cream patina. It is 23.5mm high and 17.3mm in diameter at the base. It weighs 32.62gm. These weights are discussed in Geake, H., 2000 ,Finds Recording Guide. (Unpublished).
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A1CE27
Object type: WEIGHT
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A Post Medieval cast copper alloy trade weight from the reign of James I (AD 1603 - 1625) or James II (AD 1685 - 1688). The weight is circular and flat with no rim. The front has a central dimple and the back has file marks across it. It is stamped with a Crowned I (for James I or II) at 6 o'clock and an ewer (for the founders company) at 11 o'clock. There may have been sword stamped at 1 o'clock, this area is now very worn. It is 13.7mm in diameter and 3.2mm thick. It weighs 2.93gm. It was probably originally an eighth (0.125oz) of an ounce (two drams) with some weight lost to corrosion.
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A1B479
Object type: AMPULLA
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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An incomplete lead alloy pilgrim's ampulla of Medieval date, about AD 1300 - 1500. It has a scallop motif on one face; the other face is too worn to decipher the design. The ampulla has a circular body, and a narrow neck, part of which has been torn away and is missing, as is one of the triangular suspension loops at the base of the neck. The other loop remains in place. The ampulla has a light cream patina. It is 46.4mm long, 32.2mm wide and 8.6mm thick. It weighs 31.41gm. Other ampullas of this type are recorded on the database; compare for example references HAMP-FA5016 and SF023ADA.
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A0B317
Object type: BOOK FITTING
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A copper alloy book clasp, dating from the Post-Medieval period, about AD 1500 - 1700. It is rectangular in plan, flaring outwards at one end and with squared shoulders at the other. Between the shoulders is a curved, blunt fastening hook. There is the remains of an iron rivet in the centre of the flared terminal. There is very faint stamped or incised decoration on the front which is possibly a flower taking up the full width of the plate next to the hook, and a possible similar, but larger, design round the rivet hole. The clasp has a light brown patina. It is 51.5mm long, 21.5mm wid…
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A0A158
Object type: BOOK FITTING
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A copper alloy book clasp, dating from the Post-Medieval period, about AD 1500 - 1700. It is rectangular in plan, flaring outwards at one end and with squared shoulders at the other. Between the shoulders is a curved, blunt fastening hook. The flared end divides into a bifurcated terminal with a copper alloy rivet in each part. There is also a stamped double incuse ring round a small hole in the main plate. The clasp has a light brown patina. It is 62.9mm long, 24.5mm wide, 1.5mm thick on the plate, 4.9mm with the curve of the hook and the rivets are 5.4mm long. 10.1g. Margeson (1993:…
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A0680A
Object type: TOKEN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A lead token of post-Medieval date, about AD 1500 - 1800. It is flat and rectangular in plan. The upper side is impressed with a design consisting of crossed keys within a circle. The keys have triangular bows and between the outward pointing bits is a smaller design that appears to be a long cross. The token has a light cream patina. It is 14.9mm long, 12.2mm wide and 2.1mm thick. It weighs 2.32gm. Two other tokens of this design are recorded on the database: see records LANCUM-B729A4 and LANCUM-B70695. Interestingly, these are from the same parish as this example. The design is simi…
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A04798
Object type: COIN
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A post medieval silver coin: a penny of Elizabeth I (AD 1558-1603), second issue (AD 1561-1582), minted in London. Initial mark is a plain cross (AD 1578 - 1580). It is 14.3mm diameter, 0.5mm thick and 0.4g. For reference, see North (1991) Volume 2, number 2001 on page 135.
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A02582
Object type: WEIGHT
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A lead artefact, probably a standing weight of post-Medieval date, AD 1500 - 1800. It is in the form of a hexagonal cone with a blunt, rounded apex and a flat base with a small, circular depression in the centre. Two opposing faces are stamped, just above the base, with small figures giving a possible date of 1608. One stamp is the opposite way up to the other. Higher up the dated faces is a further impressed design, of either a heart or a spade symbol or a leaf. This symbol is also marked on two other faces. It too appears both ways up. The remaining two faces are plain. The artefact…
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-A0022E
Object type: WEIGHT
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A cast lead weight of Medieval date, about AD 1300 - 1500. It is shield shaped, with rounded corners. The upper surface is slightly convex and the underside concave. The upper surface is decorated with a single, narrow groove mirroring the shape of the weight, forming a narrow border, within which are traces of a fleur-de-lys design in low relief. There is also a deep, U shaped groove in the centre of the upper edge, resulting in the weight becoming heart shaped. Unusually for a weight it has been penetrated,almost in the centre, by a ferrous rivet, or length of thick wire, suggesting …
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-9FCD1F
Object type: SPINDLE WHORL
Broad period: EARLY MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A cast lead alloy Early Medieval spindle whorl, of Walton Rogers form A1, dating from about AD 850 - 1000. It has a slightly curved lower surface, a flat upper face, and vertical sides. There is a central, circular perforation of internal diameter 9.5mm. The surface is worn, but there may be traces of incuse decoration on the curved face. The whorl has a light cream patina. It is 29.3mm in diameter and 7.8mm thick. It weighs 38.94gm. This type of spindle whorl is illustrated in Walton Rogers, 2007, Cloth and Clothing in Early Anglo-Saxon England, page 25.
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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Record ID: SWYOR-9FABEF
Object type: SPINDLE WHORL
Broad period: EARLY MEDIEVAL
County: North Yorkshire
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A possibly miscast or damaged Early Medieval lead spindle whorl, probably of Walton Rogers form A1, dating from about AD 500 - 900. It has a rounded lower surface and a flat upper face, but the damage makes the original shape hard to identify with certainty. There is a central, circular perforation of internal diameter 8.5mm. There is no decoration. The whorl is 33.1mm in diameter and 7.2mm thick. It weighs 29.28gm. This type of spindle whorl is illustrated in Walton Rogers, 2007, Cloth and Clothing in Early Anglo-Saxon England, page 25. Form A1 was used from AD 500 - 1100, but the si…
Created on: Monday 2nd July 2018
Last updated: Sunday 2nd September 2018
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