Penny of  Henry II (1154-1189 or Richard I (1189-1199) or John (1199-1216) or Henry III (1216-1272)                          
Material:  silver
Diameter:  18 mm
F: h E N R I C V S  R E X
Rev: 
Mint: 
FindID:  7-1205
References:  
AE4 of Contantinus II, AD 337-340                           
Material:  copper
Diameter:  16 mm
F: CONSTANTINVS  NOBC
Rev: GLORIA EXERCITVS , two soldiers stg. either side of two standards
Mint: PLG = Lyon
FindID:  7-1211
References:  
AE4 of  Constans, AD 337-350                       
Material:  copper
Diameter:  16 mm
F: CONSTANS P F AVG
Rev: VICTORIAE D D AVGG Q N N, two Victories facing, holding wreaths
Mint: TSIS = Siscia
FindID:  7-1224
References:  
Penny (PAXS type) of  William I, 1066-1087                         
Material:  silver
Diameter:  .. mm
F: . . PILLELM . .
Rev: GODRED ON DTFRD,   PAXS
Mint: Thetford 
FindID:  7-1264
References:  
1/2 stuiver of the city of Groningen (The Netherlands), 1613  
Material:  silver, low grade (17.7% silver)
Diameter:  20 mm
F: arms of the city. 1/2 S. SIT.NO.DO.BENE
Rev: MONETA.NOVA.GRONING(E)
Mint: Groningen
FindID:  7-1341
References:  
penny of earl Gerard IV (1207-1229) of Gelre
Material: silver
Diameter:  11 mm
F: the earl with sword and the arms of Gelre on the shield, text: +GERARDVS
Rev: castle with middle tower and 2 side towers, text: +*ARNEMES*
Mint: the city of Arnhem (Netherlands)
FindID:  SM7-9
References: Van der Chijs I-1, Benders Type II 
sceat
Sceat, "Maastricht" type ( named after the city of Maastricht were a hoard of this type of sceats was found),  8th century, 
Material: silver
Diameter:  12,5 mm
F: head to the right
Rev: 2 interlaced rings
Mint:
FindID:  7-1435
References:  
penny Penny of  Henry II, period 1180-1205, class 1A5                        
Material:  silver
Diameter:  19 mm
F: h E N R I C V S  R E X
Rev: h A L L I O N R V L A ( in mirror writing! )
Mint: Rhuddlan, mintmaster Halli
FindID:  7-1443
References:  
6 stuiver 6 stuiver (rijderschelling) city of Nijmegen, 1690
Material:  silver
Diameter: mm
F: M O A R G S I V N O V I O M A G E N S I S
Rev: C O N C O R D I A R E S P A R V M C R E S C E N T
Mint: Nijmegen 
FindID: 7-1458
References:
diederik Penny of Diederik van de Aare, bishop of  Utrecht (1197-1212)
Material:  silver
Diameter: 13 mm
Weigth: 0.46 gram
F: T E O D E R I C V S
Rev: T R A I E C T V M
Mint:
FindID: 7-1486
References:  v.d. Chijs VI 2 t/m 5
henry 3 Continental imitation of a penny of Henry III
Diameter: mm
F: H E N R I C U S R E X I I I
Rev: 
Mint:
FindID: 7-1488
References:  
coincoin AE4 (AD 351-354) of Constantius, Caesar AD 337-347, Augustus AD 347-355
Material:  copper
Diameter:  14.5 mm
F: 
D.N.CONSTANTIVS PF AVG
Rev: 
FEL TEMPEPARATIO
Mint:
FindID:  7-1423
References:  
Aethelred IIAethelred II Penny (type AD 997 – 1003) of Aethelred II, king of Engeland (978-1016) with nickname “The Unready”,
Material:  silver
Diameter:  20.5 mm
F: EDELRED REX ANGLO
Rev: GODAM EMO LVND, moneyer GODA? of London
Mint: London 
FindID:  7-1432
References:   C.O.E. page.71, pic. 1151
CarausiusCarausius Antoninianus of Carausius (AD 286/287 – 293)
Material: copper
Diameter: 23.5 mm
F: CARAVSIVS PF AVG
Rev: PAX AVG
Mint: London
FindID: 7-1426
References:
snaphaanschelling Snaphaanschelling ca 1598, city of Deventer
Material: silver
Diameter: 31.5 mm
Weight: 3,85 grams
F: MONETA.NOVA.REIPVB*DAVEN
Rev: RVD.II.D.G.EL.RO.IM.SEM.AVGVS
Mint: city of Deventer in the Netherlands
FindID: 7-1492
References:
scottish 2 pence



Two pence (bodle or turner) of Scotland without date, minted in 1623, James VI
Material: copper
Diameter: 18 mm
F:
Rev:
Mint:
FindID: 7-1564
References:

stavelot  Half daalder (1568) of the abbey of Stavelot (Belgium), moneyer Christoffel of Manderscheidt (1546-1576), in the reign of Maximiliaan II (1527-1576)
Material: silver
Diameter: 34 mm
Weight: 14.5 grams
F: Head to the right with a scepter in his right hand and left the orb
+ MAXIMILI * II * ROM * IMP * SEMP * AVGVST * +

Rev: Arms with a knight helmet
CHRIS * CO * A* MAND * D * G * ABSTA * ET * PR
Mint: Stavelot
FindID: 7-1679
References:  Chestret S-M 10
gun money Half Crown XXX = 30 pence of James II, 1689
Material: copper/bronze
Diameter:  32.5 mm
F: IACOBVS II DEI GRATIA
Rev: 1689 MAG.BR.FRA.ET.HIB.REX AUG XXX
Mint: Dublin
FindID: 7-1686
References:

These coins were known as ‘gun money’ and made from brass from church bells and canon. It was minted in Dublin for King James II between June 1689 and 1690 when he lost the Battle of the Boyne. It was intended to be redeemed for silver after James’ expected victory, but in fact after his loss, he fled to France. The month (aug )was shown so that the coins could be replaced in stages. Bad luck for any coin holders as the exchange for silver never happened.
Dirk VIDirk VI Penny of  Dirk VI of Kleef (1202-1260)
Material:  silver
Diameter:  10 mm
F: Dirk VI with sword and staff
Rev: cross with text PAX*
Mint: Kleef
FindID:  7-1682
References:   
goldguilder Goldguilder,  Earl Enno II (1528-1540)
Material:  gold
Diameter:  22 mm
F: VERBVM.DNI.MANET.IN.E (Verbvm Domini Manet In Aeternvm = God`s word is preserved forever
Rev:  Arms of East Frisia; ENNO.CO.ET.DNS.PHRISIE.OR
Mint: Emden
FindID:  7-1738
References: Friedberg 876
skilling Denmark 1 skilling  Denmark, Christiaan IV (1568-1648) minted appr. 1643
Material: silver
Diameter:  16 mm
F:  1 SKILLING DANSK,  +NOR.VAN.GOT(?) REX.......+
Rev: Lion to the left, CHR(ISTI)AN IIII DG DAN
Mint:
FindID: 7-1729
References:
oreore 1 ORE  Sweden,1645
Material:  copper
Diameter:  52 mm
F: crowned arms CHRISTINA.DG.SVE.GO.WAN.REGINA.ET.RR.HAE
Rev: Two crossed arrows between 1 and OR. MONETA.NOVA.CVPPREA.DALARENSIS.MDCXLV
Mint: 
FindID:  7-1692
References:   
kopekekopeke 5 Kopeke Russia, appr. 1775,  Catharina II (1762-1796)
Material: copper
Diameter:  42 mm
F:  Crowned two headed eagle with sword and the letters E and M
Rev:
Mint:
FindID: 7-1693
References:
hoard Coin hoard, found in the last 3 years after ploughing
Material: silver
FindID:
7-1625= 1 Mark Germany 1875
7-1626= 1 Franc France 1916
7-1627= 25 Ore Denmark 1907
7-1628= 10 Cent Netherland 1895
7-1629= 1 Kroon Denmark 1892
7-1662= 1 Kroon Norwey 1908
7-1663= 25 Pennia Finland 1899
7-1664= Germany 1864
7-1667= Sweden 25 Ore 1902
References:
Remarks: the II pence of James II 1687 probably does not belong to the hoard.
sceat wodan


Sceat, Wodan type
Material: silver
Diameter:  11.5 mm
F:  facing `Wodan` head
Rev: Crested monster, tail raised to mouth, claws below
Mint: Ribe, Jutland (Denmark)
FindID: 7-1768
References: C.O.E. Spink 2010, page 89, pic.797