This find is the second from the group of Roman coins that came in from Mike and John Ruczynski to
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Here is a pair of hammered silver coins, both of which were sent in by John Lashmar to be identified
Here is another Roman coin from the group sent in by Mike and John Ruczynski. It’s another silver denarius but
The majority of detectorists have never unearthed a hammered gold coin. A minority of detectorists have found hammered gold but
The images of this hammered gold coin were sent in by Ben Lamb but it was found several years since
This coin was believed to be an Edward I Irish farthing but the finder, Joe Dirth, wanted to know if
These two coins were unearthed by John Lashmar, who asked me to identify and value both of them. London penny
This is the first from a group of Roman coins that came in from Mike Ruczynski on behalf of himself
This 21mm diameter silver coin was sent in by a detectorist who signed himself as Steve. The find was unearthed
Colin Barton said he unearthed this coin on the morning of the 7th of November. It’s a George II copper
A detectorist who goes by the name of The Dirty Weekender sent in the coin pictured here and asked for
The owner of the land on which this hammered gold coin was found did not want the finder’s name to
This hammered coin was unearthed recently by Glyn Peak. It’s a bit unusual so Glyn asked for my opinion on
Derek Henderson said this 25mm in diameter hammered silver coin was found in Lincolnshire. He believed it was a groat
Alex Hilton asked if I could provide him with more information about this Henry II Tealby type penny, which was
This hammered silver coin was unearthed by Paul Tongue, who asked me to provide more information about his find –
The images of this coin came in from Stuart Humphrey, who asked me to provide him with a valuation. At
The detectorist who unearthed this hammered silver coin wished to remain anonymous. It’s a groat of Edward III and the
A detectorist signing himself as Steve asked for more details about this hammered silver coin, which is 22mm in diameter.
Steve Hurst requested a full ID and a valuation on this hammered silver coin, which is 25mm in diameter. This
Valuations with a story
Valuations which include a historical background or a related story
The story of Henry Murdac, Archbishop of York, and this very rare cut halfpenny issued by him
Roman fourrees are plated versions of Roman coins, some struck from official dies and others forgeries
How over 100 years of English history shaped the design of this unique coin.
The valuation of a rare and important Tremissis.
Plus the history of the Merovingians empire and their coinage.
Includes the story of the Brussels Hoard.