Coin Shooting in Lincolnshire, England

Late Medieval Silver Coins & Spindle-Whorls Found by Treasure Hunter Dave, page 6

24) Two Silver Pennies: On the left - Jewel-cross minted in York by the moneyer Crucan, King Harold I (1035-40); on the right - Short-cross of King Cnut (1016-1035 (Canute)), York mint, moneyer - Aegelwine.(found with Fisher 1236-X2)

Obverses of 11th Century Silver Pennies

Obverses of Two Silver Pennies of King Harold I (1035-40) and King Cnut (Canute) (1016-1035)

Reverses of 11th Century Silver Pennies

Reverses of Two Silver Pennies of King Harold I (1035-40) and King Cnut (Canute) (1016-1035)

25) Selection of Lead Spindle-Whorls and Loom Weights showing various decoration. (found with Fisher 1265X, Fisher 1266X, Tesoro Lobo)

Lead Spindle-whorls & Loom Weights

26) Silver Hammered Coins from the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. (found with Fisher 1265X, Fisher 1266X, Fisher 1236-X2, Tesoro Lobo)

Silver Hammered Coins<, reign of Queen Elizabeth I

27) Half-Penny of King Richard II (1377-1399) - reverse of a tiny silver hammered coin. (found with Fisher 1236-X2)

Reverse of a Silver Half-penny of King Richard II (1377-1399)



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