Object:  token 
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  
Date:  14-15th century
Description:  bishop and on reverse ?
FindID:  ED3-1
References:  
Object:  stylus
Material:  bronze
Dimensions:  length 75 mm
Date:  14-15th century
Description:  
FindID:  ED3-2
References:  
Object:  fire striker
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  65x33 mm
Date:  roman
Description:  used with flint to make fire
FindID:  ED3-3
References:  
Object:  fire striker
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  56x33 mm
Date:  roman
Description:  used with flint to make fire
FindID:  ED3-4
References:  
Object:  Roman key
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  length 11.2 cm
Date:  
Description:  
FindID:  ED3-7
References:  
Object:   key
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  length 17.7 cm
Date:  roman / byzantine
Description:  
FindID:  ED3-8
References:  
Object:   key
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  length 14.7 cm
Date:  roman / byzantine
Description:  
FindID:  ED3-9
References:  
Object:  arrowhead
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  length 14.0 cm
Date:  roman / byzantine
Description:  
FindID:  ED3-10
References:  
Object:  arrowhead
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  length 7.4 cm
Date:  roman / byzantine
Description:  
FindID:  ED3-11
References:  
Object:  fire striker
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  53x21 mm
Date:  byzantine
Description:  used with flint to make fire
FindID:  ED3-12
References:  
Object:  
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  630x65 mm (weight 2.5 kilo)
Date: roman/byzantine period
Description:  
FindID:  ED3-13
References:  
Object:  combination lock
Material:  brass
Dimensions:  cylinder 15 mm, length 16 mm, height 30 mm
Date:  17th century?
Description:  
FindID:  ED3-14
Remarks: a rare find, one of only six or so have been recorded in England, click here for a description
  

Below an example of a complete grinder

Object:  part of a cosmetic grinder
Material: bronze/copper
Dimensions: 70 x 35 mm
Date:  roman, appr. 2nd century
Description:  used probably for grinding pigment  for eye or facial colourings.
FindID:  ED3-15
References: 
tap+grip Object:  Complete tap + grip,
Material:  brass
Dimensions:  length: 76 mm
Date: 18th century
Description: grip in the form of a cock
FindID:  ED3-17
References:
tap+grip+ Object:  Complete tap + grip,
Material:  brass
Dimensions:  length: 82 mm
Date: 18th century
Description: grip in the form of a cock
FindID: ED3-18
References:
saddle brass Object:  Blinker or saddle brass
Material:  brass
Dimensions:  
Date: end 19th - begin 20th century
Description: initials "AML"
FindID: ED3-19
References:
whirlygig Object: whirligig or buzz wheel
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  diameter 41 mm
Date:  17-18th century
Description:  a whirligig or buzz disc/wheel, which has been cut from lead sheeting. The buzz disc has a serrated edge and two slightly off-central holes, through which a looped string or cord would have been threaded.
The spinning disc would have produced a whirring noise when the tension was relaxed by pulling the hands apart.
FindID:  ED3-20
References:   
rekenpenning Object: gamblin counter, or jeton
Material:  copper alloy
Diameter:  27 mm
F: 
LVDOVICUS XIII DGFZANCORHT ETNA, in ex HLAV
Rev:
OMNS  VICT OBIAA DNO
Mint: 
FindID: ED3-21
References:  
posy holder1vochtsluis
Object: part of a pipe to collect the moisture from smoking
Material:  pewter
Dimensions:  60.7 mm length
40.7 mm width (across holes)
37.26 gram mass
12 mm width small hole
? width large hole
Date: 19th century
Description:
FindID: ED3-22
References: The Pijpenkabinet
posy holder2 Object: part of a pipe to collect the moisture from smoking
Material:  pewter
Dimensions:  55.8 mm length (top to opposite ball)
37.3 mm width (across holes)
11.0 mm width small hole
12.5 mm width large hole
33.16 gram mass
Date: 19th century
Description:
FindID: ED3-23
References:
sealseal back Object: seal for the cloth subsidy of the county of Essex
Material:  bronze
Dimensions:  diameter 30 mm, height 10 mm
Date: late 13th, early 14th century
Description: crowned head with inscription S'SUBSIDII PANNORUM IN COMT ESSE
FindID: ED3-24
References:
guilds tokenguilds token Object: token of the bakers guild
Material:  bronze
Dimensions:  29 mm
Date: 16th - 17th century
Description: baker in front of an oven with text BACKERS . GHILT .
on the backside: the arms of the city of Amsterdam between two lions and text MARTEN KASPER BM
FindID: ED3-25
References: 
toothpick Object: toothpick
Material:  brass
Dimensions:  length 65 mm
Weight: 4.75 grams
Date: 16th - 17th century
Description:A toothpick in the shape of a birdís talon, emerging from the fleshy part of a birdís claw.
FindID: ED3-26
References: 
Remarks: The sickle shape of the toothpick itself suggests a postmedieval date, probably 16th Century.
The toothpick (as a pendant) became a fashionable accessory in Northern Europe by 1562.
candle stick holder Object: candle stick holder with nail to attach to the wall
Material:  iron
Dimensions:  67 x 58 mm, incl. the nail 67 x 129 mm
Date: 17th century
Description:
FindID: ED3-27
References: 

horse harness pandant Object: Horse harness pendant
Material:  copper alloy with gold plating
Dimensions:  47 x 39 mm
Weight: 12.03 gram
Date: 14th century
Description:
FindID: ED3-28
References: determination --> Crusader, Treasure Net
sword belt mount Object: Hooked sword belt mount
Material:  copper alloy with gold plating
Dimensions:  55.3 x 22 mm
Weight: 11.69 gram
Date: 16th century
Description: moulded foliate decoration and two rivet holes, both with the remains of iron rivets. It
retains a loop that has broken from the suspension mount
FindID: ED3-29
References: 

roman mount Object: mount, Roman
Material:  copper alloy with glasspaste/enamel
Dimensions:  l=54,66 w=16,49 h=9,62 (incl pins), thickness bar 3,50 mm
Weight: 19.32 gram
Date: 2nd-3th century
Description:
FindID: ED3-30
References: determination -->Latinitas, http://www.muntenbodemvondsten.nl/

prof andres Object: Token, Prof. Andre's Alpine Choir
Material:  copper alloy
Diameter:  21.4 mm
Weight: 3.14 gram
Date: appr. 1880
F: PROF. ANDRE'S * (bust left) * ALPINE CHOIR
Rev: MATRIMONIAL / SOCIETY and NO TIPPLER NEED APPLY
FindID: ED3-31
Remarks:  PROFESSOR ANDRE'S GOSPEL TEMPERANCE SCHOOL was located on King Edwards Road, South Hackney, London, England.
performances by the ALPINE CHOIR were during the 1880's