824 gold staters found in a field near Wickham Market, Suffolk, (an area once on the southern fringe of Icenian territory, near its border with the Trinovantian tribal kingdom) . Almost all the coins were minted by royal predecessors of Boudicca made between 40BC and AD 15 - late iron Age

824 gold staters found in a field near Wickham Market, Suffolk.

love the good ol chocolae crackles- and a chocolate gold coin detail

gold chocolate coins and chocolate pebbles?

Old British Coins - Download From Over 45 Million High Quality Stock Photos, Images, Vectors. Sign up for FREE today. Image: 22756569

Old UK coins one penny, half penny (or ha' pronounced "hey" penny) & three pence (or "thruppenny bit") also sixpence tanner shilling bob 5 shillings crown and half crown

Rare £2 two Pound uk coin hunt coins for the Royal Mint albums

Rare £2 two Pound uk coin hunt coins for the Royal Mint albums

Rare two Pound uk coin hunt coins for the Royal Mint albums

Mirrored Crescent Moons ... England from Celtic Iceni Tribe/40-50 BC

Mirrored crescent moons between stars. Obverse of a stater of the Celtic Iceni tribe The Iceni tribe are they of Boudicca/Boudicea fame. They are from what is the county of Norfolk in the East of modern day England.

Coin of the Parisii, Gaul. This Celtic tribe has given the name of the modern town of Paris.

Coin of the Parisii, Gaul. This Celtic tribe has given the name of the modern town of Paris.

The Longest Reigning Monarch 2015 UK £20 Fine Silver Coin | The Royal Mint

The Longest Reigning Monarch 2015 UK Fine Silver Coin The Royal Mint

800th Anniversary of Magna Carta 2015 UK £2

Discover the 2015 United Kingdom Annual Coin Set from The Royal Mint, the definitive set of commemorative coins marking the important anniversaries of

The Gold Ryal, also known as the Rose Noble, was an English gold coin first issued in 1464, during the "first reign" of Edward IV (1461-1470). From the 1430s onwards, the price of gold had been rising, with the result that the gold noble, which had been in use since 1344, was worth more on the continent than in England. The nobles were exported en masse to the continent for profit, resulting in a shortage of the coins. #Coins #GoldCoins #Pennies #USGoldCoins #TheHappyCoin

The Gold Ryal (or Rose Noble), english gold coin first issued in during the "first reign" of Edward IV

An incredibly rare coin bearing the head of King Edward VIII which was made before he famously abdicated has emerged for sale for £30,000

Thrupenny bit bearing head of King Edward VIII on sale for £30,000

An incredibly rare coin bearing the head of King Edward VIII which was made before he famously abdicated has emerged for sale for

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