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MD ID
563
PAS ID
Artefact Type
COIN
Period
ELIZABETHAN 1558 - 1603
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Believed to be an Elizabeth 1st sixpence, found very close to a commonwealth penny and a roman coin in an area that appears to have been used for public gatherings over a period of centuries. Still awaiting a positive I'd.
Discovered
2020
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01/02/2020
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01/02/2020
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MD ID
562
PAS ID
Artefact Type
COIN
Period
CHARLES 1ST 1625 - 1649
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Commonwealth penny 1649-1660,after the execution of Charles 1st this coin was minted during an 11 year period whilst Britain was under the rule of poorly formed governments lead firstly by Oliver Cromwell then later his son Richard Cromwell.
Discovered
2020
Added
01/02/2020
Updated
01/02/2020
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MD ID
561
PAS ID
Artefact Type
HAMMERED COIN GOLD
Period
HENRY V1 1422-1427
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Quarter gold noble probably Henry IV awaiting FLO information.
Discovered
2019
Added
14/01/2020
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14/01/2020
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MD ID
560
PAS ID
Artefact Type
COIN
Period
PLANTAGENETS 1154 - 1399
MD Finds Event
No
County
Hampshire
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Hammered silver penny. Edward ii
Discovered
2019
Added
11/01/2020
Updated
12/01/2020
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MD ID
559
PAS ID
Artefact Type
BROOCH
Period
IRON AGE C750 BC - 43 AD
MD Finds Event
No
County
Hampshire
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Iron age brooch, 30-60 BC. Le tene rosette type
Discovered
2019
Added
11/01/2020
Updated
12/01/2020
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MD ID
558
PAS ID
Artefact Type
COIN
Period
ROMAN 43 AD - 410 BC
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Roman Imperial Coin of Valentinian I
Valentinian I, 364-375 AD
Alexandria
Valentinian I, Alexandria. VALENTINIANVS , pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE, Victory walking left, holding wreath and palm branch.
Discovered
2019
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19/11/2019
Updated
21/11/2019
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MD ID
557
PAS ID
Artefact Type
COIN
Period
MIXED
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Galley Halfpence
Historical Background

From the late 14th to the 16th century, small silver coins known as ‘galley halfpennies’ circulated widely, but illegally, in England. They were, in fact, Italian soldini, principally those struck for the city-state of Venice under the authority of the ruling doge. They were brought to England by ‘galley men’ trading wine and other goods, and their name may derive from Galley Quay in Thames Street, London, which was reputedly the centre for their distribution.

The Coins
The design of the soldino changed several times during the period that it circulated in this country, and its size reduced from c.15mm to c.12mm. The main types are:
Type 1
Obverse: [Doge’s Name] DVX; Doge standing left, holding banner; mint control marks in right field
Reverse: S MARCVS VENETI; Winged lion of St Mark, holding book of gospels

Soldino of Michele Steno (1400-1413)
Type 2
Obverse: [Doge’s Name] DVX; Doge standing left, holding banner; mint control marks in right field
Reverse: No Legend; Winged lion of St Mark, holding book of gospels, all within a quatrefoil with four external annulets between the lobes

Soldino of Nicolo Tron (1471-1473)
Type 3
Obverse: [Doge’s Name] DVX (in exergue), S M V; Doge holding banner and kneeling before St Mark
Reverse: LAVS TIBI SOLI (Praise To Thee Alone); Standing figure of Christ facing, haloed and holding cross; mint control marks in exergue

Soldino of Leonardo Loredan (1501-1521)

The Doges
The doges of Venice from the late 14th to mid 16th century are listed below with the types they are known to have struck. It should be noted that their names are spelt in various ways, depending on whether they are rendered in English, Italian or Latin, and they are often very abbreviated on the coins.
Andrea Contarini 1368-1382 (Type 1)
Michele Morosini 1382
Antonio Venier 1382-1400 (Type 1)
Michele Steno 1400-1413 (Type 1)
Tomaso Mocenigo 1414-1423 (Type 1)
Francesco Foscari 1423-1457 (Type 1)
Pasquale Malipiero 1457-1462
Cristoforo Moro 1462-1471
Nicolo Tron 1471-1473 (Type 2)
Nicolo Marcello 1473-1474
Pietro Mocenigo 1474-1476
Andrea Vendramin 1476-1478
Giovanni Mocenigo1478-1485
Marco Barbarigo 1485-1486
Agostino Barbarigo 1486-1501 (Type 3)
Leonardo Loredan 1501-1521 (Type 3)
Antonio Grimani 1521-1523
Andreas Gritti 1523-1538 (Type 3)
Pietro Lando 1539-1545
Discovered
2019
Added
19/11/2019
Updated
21/11/2019
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MD ID
556
PAS ID
Artefact Type
COIN
Period
JACOBEAN 1567 - 1625
MD Finds Event
No
County
Somerset
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Silver hammered James 1st shilling 1605 - 1606
Discovered
2019
Added
15/11/2019
Updated
21/11/2019
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MD ID
555
PAS ID
Artefact Type
PURSE BAR
Period
MEDIEVAL 500 - 1500 AD
MD Finds Event
Westcot Parkland and House
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Purse bar half
Discovered
2019
Added
13/10/2019
Updated
13/10/2019
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MD ID
548
PAS ID
Artefact Type
HAMMERED COIN SILVER
Period
CHARLES 1ST 1625 - 1649
MD Finds Event
Westcot Parkland and House
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Post-Medieval silver halfgroat of Charles I (1625-1649)
Discovered
2019
Added
13/10/2019
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13/10/2019
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MD ID
545
PAS ID
Artefact Type
SEAL
Period
MEDIEVAL 500 - 1500 AD
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Merchants Seal. Found at Six to eight inches in rolled and seeded field.
Description still pending.
Discovered
2019
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17/09/2019
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17/09/2019
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MD ID
544
PAS ID
Artefact Type
COIN
Period
TUDOR 1485 - 1603
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
1592 Elizabeth 1st Sixpence. 6th Issue with Tudor Rose behind head.
Mintmark Tun. Found in stubble at six inches.
Discovered
2019
Added
17/09/2019
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17/09/2019
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MD ID
543
PAS ID
Artefact Type
DRESS HOOK
Period
POST MEDIEVAL
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
16th century 'Female' tag from a two-part dress hook. The tag has a triangular plate that has a rounded cordate shape openwork hole towards the forward edge with steeply bevelled sides, the underside of the plate is hollow. At each of the corners is a pierced projecting circular lug for attachment and a large rectangular loop on the forward edge that forms the female element of the dress hook. The surface of the artefact is coated in a white metal.
Discovered
2019
Added
14/09/2019
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14/09/2019
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MD ID
542
PAS ID
Artefact Type
BRACELET/BANGLE
Period
MD Finds Event
No
County
Wiltshire
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Bracelet possibly Roman Saxon or Viking. Found near a Saxon settlement site. At present with the British museum being evaluated and tested.
Discovered
2019
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11/09/2019
Updated
11/09/2019
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MD ID
541
PAS ID
Artefact Type
TOKEN
Period
MEDIEVAL 500 - 1500 AD
MD Finds Event
No
County
Hampshire
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Pewter token . 14-15 century Central European.
Discovered
2019
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11/09/2019
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11/09/2019
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MD ID
540
PAS ID
Artefact Type
COIN
Period
ROMAN 43 AD - 410 BC
MD Finds Event
No
County
Wiltshire
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Roman siliqua of valetinian. 18mm 2:28 grams
Discovered
2019
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11/09/2019
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11/09/2019
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MD ID
539
PAS ID
Artefact Type
HAMMERED COIN GOLD
Period
HENRY V1 1422-1427
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
A gold hammered quarter-noble struck for Henry VI, dating c. 1422-1427. Annulet issue, mint of London.
Discovered
2019
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11/09/2019
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11/09/2019
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MD ID
538
PAS ID
Artefact Type
SEAL
Period
POST MEDIEVAL
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
U.S.A. Customs Seal, Meat Inspector Seal

A tab shaped seal that looks to have been circular originally. Both sides have the remains of what looks to have been a continuous raised circle border. On one side there is a US ligature presumably representing the United States of America and on the other is the word MEAT straight across the top and INSPECTOR ? curved at the bottom. There may be a design between these words but the area has been obliterated by rust stains which also occur in several other places suggesting it was attached with wire.

Most likely to have a post 1906 (Federal Meat Inspection Act)
Discovered
2019
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10/09/2019
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10/09/2019
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MD ID
537
PAS ID
Artefact Type
SEAL
Period
GEORGIAN 1714 - 1837
MD Finds Event
No
County
Devon
Country
United Kingdom
Description
The lead seal is a Dutch lead customs seal dating to post 1815. Side 1. R & A 288 (Regten en Accynsen (Customs and Excise)). Side 2. Crown over a shield containing a lion rampant. Pelleted frame.
Discovered
2019
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09/08/2019
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09/08/2019
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MD ID
536
PAS ID
Artefact Type
Period
MD Finds Event
No
County
Norfolk
Country
United Kingdom
Description
Metal looks like an arrow head?
Discovered
2019
Added
08/08/2019
Updated
09/08/2019
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