Find Spot record MDR14910 - Medieval finds, Newton Solney

Type and Period (1)

  • (Medieval to Tudor - 1350 AD to 1499 AD)

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  • None recorded

Full Description

Three medieval finds were recovered by a metal detectorist at this approximate location in 1994: * D-shaped copper alloy buckle, 50mm long x 30mm wide, probably late 14th-15th century. * Copper alloy mount. Probably the end of the 14th century. * Ring of three strands of silver wire, twisted to form a loop for the bezel and then wrapped back around the ring to hold the bezel in place. 15-16mm diameter. Probably late 14th-15th century. (1)

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1> Correspondence: Symons, D (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery). 1994. Correspondence re. metal detected find-spots in Newton Solney field.



Grid reference SK 278 237 (point)

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Aug 30 2016 2:13PM

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