|14th/15thC Gold Ryal coin weight – shield in the boat type||1619-25 Gold coin weight Half laurel of James I, 3rd Coinage||1604-19 James 1st angel coin weight – 2nd coinage – 10 shillings||Georgian bell weight|
I have just posted a load more pictures of missed finds, like those above, from the export pouches and several repaired
hammered silver coins to bottom of last hunt page.
I had a meeting with the museum last week and picked up a load of disclaimed treasures including several beautiful plough
damaged medieval gold rings that I dropped off to our goldsmith for repair. I picked up the latest batch of fixed hammered
silver including this cracking double sided gold ring seal matrix below. I left our goldsmith some other very tricky reapairs
to do including a broken 17thC silver seal matrix and just the very top of a medieval sapphire gold ring. I will post before
and after pictures after they are completed in a month or so.
Disclaimed 11thC medieval gold ring with black sapphire pushed inside 22mm, 2.98g – at goldsmiths for fixing
Disclaimed stunning 14thC medieval gold ring- at goldsmiths for fixing
Lombardic script possibly Latin
I have just received back the first batch of approved export licenses and posted names list on the members forum.
I have been updating this year’s forum competition page as I process guys bags, check out your guess and latest count
here 2017 Forum comp.
Broken Georgian double sided seal matrix ring now fixed like new.
1300 BC Ancient rolled gold sheet
5.23g, 14mm L
Org Danny just unrolled his Bronze Age disclaimed gold treasure find – it is 8 inches long and has holes in each end
indicating an open ended wrist armlet. It would be great to have to fixed and returned to a typical wrist band like below.
Iron Age wrist/arm band
800-year-old coin minted by Henry III but then scrapped when blundering officials realised it was worth
more as gold than its face value is expected to make £500,000 at auction
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