Object:  belt hook
Material:  brass/bronze
Dimensions:  length 82 mm excl. ring
Date:  17th century
Description:  
FindID:  JD2-1
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Object:   belt hook
Material:  brass
Dimensions:  length 75 mm
Date:  17th century
Description:  
FindID:  JD2-2
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Object:   belt hook
Material:  brass/bronze
Dimensions:  length 49 mm excl. ring
Date:  17th century
Description:  
FindID:  JD2-3
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Object:   (sword) belt buckle
Material:  brass/bronze
Dimensions: 28x33 mm
Date:  end 16th first half 17th century
Description:  
FindID:  JD2-4
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Object: poor-token.  With these tokens the poor could get their most basic needs
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  34 x 21 mm
Date: 16/17th century
Description:
FindID: JD2-5
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Object: poor-token.  With these tokens the poor could get their most basic needs
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  30 x 20 mm
Date: 16/17th century
Description:
FindID: JD2-6
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Object:   fire brigade token
Material:  lead
Dimensions: diameter 48 mm
Date:  17th century
Description:  F: a waterpump, REV: the number 109 en the text: AAN DE BAK
FindID:  JD2-8
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Object:  Beacon money of the city of Harlingen
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  diameter  39 mm
Date: 1742
Description: F: the letters  H I B D M and the year 1742 and the letters HS above arms. Rev: blanc
FindID: JD2-9
References:   Wijsenbeek p. 77
Object:   Beacon money of the city of Haarlem
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  
Date: 1697
Description: F: the arms of the city of Haarlem Rev:  1742 and the letter W
FindID: JD2-10
References:   Wijsenbeek  p. 78
Object:  Beacon money, unknown
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  18 x 20 mm
Date:
Description: F: the letters P G,  Rev: blanc
FindID: JD2-11
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Object: Harbour money, the city of Medemblik in the Netherlands
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  diameter 38 mm
Date:
Description: F: the year 1897 between the arms, and the number 207  Rev: blanc
FindID: JD2-12
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click on the the token for the illustration on a painting Object:  token with the illustration of the Paris judgement
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  diameter 53 mm
Date:  18th century
Description:  Paris, who was a Troyan Prince disguised as a peasant, was chosen by Zeus, to decide which one of all the goddesses of the Olymp who was the most beautiful. His final chose was between Hera, Zeus' wife, Athena, goddess of war and wisdom and Aphrodite, the goddess of love. Aphrodite became the winner. She was given an apple as reward. That was the snowball which became the avalanche of the Troyan war.
FindID:  JD2-13
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Object: Harbour money, the city of Enkhuizen in the Netherlands
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  diameter 33 mm
Date: 1886
Description: F: 3 herrings (the arms of the city of Enkhuizen) and the last 2 digits of the year  Rev: blanc
FindID: JD2-14
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Object: Harbour money, the city of Enkhuizen in the Netherlands
Material:  lead
Dimensions:  diameter 33 mm
Date: 1823
Description: F: 3 herrings (the arms of the city of Enkhuizen) and the last 2 digits of the year  Rev: blanc
FindID: JD2-15
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Object:   Pierced top thimble
Material:  brass
Dimensions:  diameter 18 mm 
Date:  14th century
Description:  
FindID:  JD2-16
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