Barbarous imitation of a AE3/4 coin of the  Constantine  family, type horseman spearing barbarian          
Material:  bronze/copper
Diameter:  11 mm
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In Ex.PLC
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FindID:  JM3-1
These coins were imitations of official Roman coins. These are devided in two major groups, "barbarous radiates", imitations of antoniniani and "late barbarics", mostly imitations of Constantine's family

"Barbarous radiate",imitation of an Imperial Roman Bronze, mostly imitations of antoniniani of Tetricus I, Tetricus II, Claudius II and Victorinus          
Material:  bronze/copper
Diameter:  15 mm
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FindID:  JM3-2

Siliqua of Valens, 364-378 AD       
Material: silver (with bronze/copper core?)
Diameter:  17 mm
F: DN VALENS PF AVG
Rev: VOT V MVLT X
In Ex. . P
Mint:  
FindID:  JM3-3

Denarius of  L Hostilius Saserna (reign of Julius Caesar, 48  B.C.)
Material: silver
Diameter:  18 mm
F: ----
Rev: LHOSTILIVS SASERNA
In Ex.
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FindID:  JM3-4

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Denarius of Geta as caesar, AD 198-209 
Material: silver (low grade)
Diameter:  18 x 15 mm
F: L SEPTIMiVS VS GETA CAES
Rev:SEVERIPIIAUGFIL
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FindID:  JM3-5
Ref. RIC 3, C 188
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Antoninianus of Allectus, 293-296 AD       
Material: bronze/copper
Diameter:  
F: IMP C ALLECTVS PF AVG
Rev: PAX AVG, in the field SP . Pax standing left holding palm-branch in right hand and scepter in left.
In Ex. ML
Mint:  London
FindID:  JM3-6
Follis of Constantinus I, 307-337 AD       
Material: bronze/copper
Diameter:  
F: IMP CONSTANTINVS PF AVG
Rev: SOLI INVICTO COMITI, in field TF
In Ex. PLN
Mint:  London
FindID:  JM3-7
Siliqua of Constantius II Siliqua of Constantius II,  337-361 AD     
Material: silver
Diameter:  
F: DN CONSTANTIUS PF AVG
Rev: VOTIS XXX MVLTIS XXXX, legend in four lines within wreath
In Ex. PCON
Mint:  Constantinople
FindID:  JM3-8
Siliqua clipped, 4-5th century
Material: silver
Diameter:  
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FindID:  JM3-9
Sceat, 7-8th century
Material: silver
Diameter:  12 mm
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FindID:  JM3-10
bernoldusbernoldus Pennie of Bernoldus, (1027-1054), Utrecht
Material: silver
Diameter:   mm
F: text  T R A J E C T V    
B E R N O L P V
Rev: saint Maarten , text  M A R T I N V S (looks like)
In Ex.
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FindID:  JM3-11
sceatta Sceat, 7-8th century, porcupine type
Material: silver
Diameter:  12 mm
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FindID:  JM3-12
benedictusbenedictus 4 baiocchi 1747 of Pope Benedictus XIV 1740-1758, Vatican city Material: copper
Diameter:  mm
F: QVATRO BAIOCGHI
Rev: BE NID XIV,
In Ex.
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FindID:  JM3-13
bracteatebracteate Bracteate, Mecklenburg, 14th century
Material: silver
Diameter:  15 mm
F: Head of a bull
Rev:
In Ex.
Mint:  
FindID:  JM3-14
kopekekopeke Kopek of Boris Godunov (1598-1605), minted 1-9-1601/31-8-1602. These coins are also know as "wire money"
Material: silver
Diameter:  
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Mint:   Novgorod (Russia)
FindID:  JM3-15
Reference:  KG 220 (in Kleshchinov V.N. Grishin I.V.)
Remarks: The "Wire Money" were produced from the silver wire which was made from the silver Thalers brought to Russia from the European kingdoms. The silver wire was cut into measured lengths which were flattened and annealed to gain their plasticity. The resulting blanks (flans) were struck between two dies 
half penny Scotlandhalf penny Scotland Half penny (1679?) of Charles II of Scotland
Material: copper
Diameter:  
F: AN.FR.ET.HIB.R.CAR.E.D.G.SCO
Rev: NEMO.ME.IMPVNE.LACESSET
Mint:  
FindID:  JM3-16

tremissestremisses Tremisses of Dorestad by moneyer Madelinus (imitation?)
Material: alloy with low gold amount
Diameter: 15 mm
Weight: 1.25 grams
F: DORESTATI FIT
Rev: MADELINUS M
Mint:  
FindID:  JM3-17
elizabeth Ielizabeth I Groat (1560-1561) of Elizabeth I
Material: silver
Diameter: 23 mm
Weight: 1.66 grams
F: ELIZABETH:DG.AN.FR.ET.HIB.REGINA
Rev: POSVI DEV.ADTVTOREM.MEV.
Mint:  
FindID:  JM3-18
Reference: Seaby 2556
henricus IIhenricusII Penny (1180-1189) of Henry II (1154-1198)
Material: silver
Diameter: 18 mm
Weight: 1.08 grams
F: (HE) NRICVS RE . . .
Rev: GE . . . . VINE CA.NT
Mint: Canterbury
FindID:  JM3-19
rupee rupee minted by the English East India Company period 1831-1833, 
Material: silver
Diameter: 
Weight:
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Mint: Calcutta
FindID:  JM3-20
Reference:  Pridmore #331; Stevens #9.20; KM #75