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Gold Hoard from Ramla, Israel: A documentary

January 4, 2013 by  
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A documentary by IAA Numismatist Robert Kool about the intriguing opening of a fabulous gold coin hoard discovered inside a small jar in excavations in Ramla, Israel.

Клад золотых монет – Франция – The hoard of gold coins – France

December 13, 2012 by  
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При ремонте одного из зданий обнаружили 2 мешка, 17 кг, редчайших золотых монет примерно в миллион евро; по некоторым данным он был припрятан там во времена сухого закона, который в 30-е годы был введен в США и Великобритании. Источник: beta.tvc.ru

Old Coins and Bills Hoard Collection Found at Bank

December 12, 2012 by  
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Here is a hoard of older bills and coins I got from my local bank today at face value. An elderly gentleman handed these over just hours before I arrived at the bank.

Saxon gold coin hoard found with new Minelab E-trac.avi

November 27, 2012 by  
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On a three week trip to the UK, 2 of my crew find Saxon gold coins. coins are currently with the British Museum awaiting inquest and will probably be bought by the museum, Early estimates of value are 3 to 8 thousand pounds each. The finder and landowner will split the procedes.

Metal Detector Finds 840 Gold Coins Wickham Market Hoard Treasure

November 22, 2012 by  
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www.treasurebone.blogspot.com In 2008 a man using a metal detector found a hoard of 840 gold coins, this hoard has since become known as The Wickham Market Hoard. The Wickham Market Hoard contained coins that belonged to the Iceni Tribe and are believed to be from 40 BC to 15 AD. This would date these coins to Pre-Queen Boudicca the warrior queen who led the revolt against Roman Rule which destroyed Colchester in 60 AD. The Ipswitch Museum raised 300000 pounds to purchase the hoard and keep it in Suffolk, later this hoard will be visiting Colchester, Norwich and Cambridge. arolineMcDonald, curator, said ” Cambridge and Norfolk are part of the Iceni tribal heartlands, so essentially we’re sending the coins back to where they came from.” McDonald added “I like to think emotionally we’re all related to the Iceni because we tread in those places that they trod 2000 years ago.” Recently the Ipswitch Museum posted an opportunity for 50 people to help clean these coins in a free workshop. All 50 spots have already been filled. I imagine they filled quite quickly. McDonald said “We wanted our contemporary communities to experience the coins close up.” McDonald continued “It’s quite unusual for us to have members of the public in the conservation lab and even more unusual to have them around our treasure.” Emma Hogarth, conservation officer, said: “If they’re pure gold, they don’t decay, but as there is some copper in these ones, we do have a little bit of corrosion. It’s