New Stock December 2023

This will be one of the last updates of the year (we are still working on an Ancient coins list), and we have a wonderful selection of items for your collection, as well as some items that you can probably offer as Christmas gifts (if you buy them today!). Don't miss out on these items, as some of them have very low stock counts!

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Ancient Roman Glass Bead Necklaces

Ancient Roman Glass Bead Necklaces

The Romans created glass from the 1st century B.C. until the fall of the empire in the 5th century A.D. They produced glass vessels, windows, mirrors and jewellery. We offer ancient Roman glass bead necklaces dating to around the 2nd and 3rd centuries A.D. They have roughly 130 beads per necklace and come in three colours; green, turquoise and blue. The necklaces average 30cm and are strung on modern string tied together so suitable for wearing by placing over the head. Each will come with a certificate of authenticity and will make an eye-catching present!
From £110.00
Anglo-Saxon, Kings of Northumbria, Styca (810-867 A.D.) Fine_obv

Anglo-Saxon, Kings of Northumbria, Styca (810-867 A.D.) Fine

These pre-Viking pennies were struck by the Kings and Archbishops of Northumbria between 810-867 A.D. These debased copper coins were later to be known as “Stycas”, but we prefer Northumbrian Pennies, because that’s what they were! Northumbrian pennies were a robust currency which seem to have been of great practical use. The ones we are offering were struck from the reign of Eanred until Osbhert and the Viking capture of York in 867. Looking for an early Anglo-Saxon coin at an affordable price? Look no further, these pennies feature an inscription of the King or Archbishop on one side, the moneyer on the other, all have been fully identified. Grades vary. Often one side will be strong and another weak, that’s how they are found, but here we offer them in Fine.
£175.00
Bronze Antoninianus from the Normanby Hoard

Bronze Antoninianus from the Normanby Hoard - Available in Different Grades

This hoard of 47,912 Third century A.D. bronze Antoniniani is one of the largest ever found in Britain. It was discovered by a metal detectorist in December 1985 in the parish of Normanby, about twelve miles north of Lincoln. The hoard was delivered to the British Museum for cleaning and study, and was the subject of a Treasure Inquest on 19 May 1987, where it was found not to be Treasure Trove, in view of the low silver content of the coins, and consequently became the property of the land owner. The hoard was immediately sold by the owner to a coin dealer and has been gradually dispersed in the trade. We have been fortunate to acquire a small group of coins from this hoard. The coins were struck between A.D. 260 and 287 and are mostly of Victorinus, Tetricus I, and II. You can have a choice of grades, Fine, Very Fine, or Extremely Fine with prices to please. These Roman coins will be over 1,700 years old soon, they were found in Britain and we will provide you with a certificate of authenticity. Get one for your collection today!
From £19.95
Bronze Antoninianus from the Normanby Hoard Extremely Fine_obv

Bronze Antoninianus from the Normanby Hoard Extremely Fine

Bronze Antoninianus in Extremely Fine condition
£47.50
Bronze Antoninianus from the Normanby Hoard Fine_obv

Bronze Antoninianus from the Normanby Hoard Fine

Bronze Antoninianus in Fine condition
£19.95
Bronze Antoninianus from the Normanby Hoard Very Fine_obv

Bronze Antoninianus from the Normanby Hoard Very Fine

Bronze Antoninianus in Very Fine condition
£29.50