Skjulte skatter funnet med metallsøker
Metallsøking blir mer og mer populært i store deler av Europa og USA. Teknologien og prisen på en metallsøker gjør at den vanlige mann i gata har råd og mulighet til å delta i jakten på fortiden. I Norge har det de siste årene blitt mange historiske funn av "amatører".
Enormt funngalleri fra England fra middelalderen til moderne tid.
På denne siden publiseres et stort metallsøker funn som er gjort gjennom flere år av Dave Caplan fra England. Funnene er fra middelalderen og frem til moderne tid. Her er historien skrevet i tapte gjenstander fra en svunnen tid.
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Foto: Dave Caplan (alle funn er gjort av Dave Caplan i England)
Celtic Stater, 1st century BC
11th Light Dragoons, 1783-1840
11th Light Dragoons button: 18th century.
Napoleon Gold 20 Francs - 1804
Late 17th to early 18th century.
Circa 15th century Acorn mount.
Zoomorphic clothes/military fastener
Late 16th century buckle.
Button: 3rd Dragoons - 18th century
4th Queen's Own Dragoons - 18th century
Military Button - probably Middlesex Regiment.
Royal Marines Light Infantry
Pilgrim's Ampulla (Holy Water Flask) Medieval, circa 15th century.
Charles the first - Rose Farthing
Charles the first - Rose Farthing
Silver Hair Slide or Scabbard Rim ?
13th century medieval buckle
Stuiver - Karel de Stoute
63rd Regiment of Foot, 1758-1958
3rd (East Kent) Regiment of Foot.
Silver thimble, circa early 17th century
Strap guide for reins - broken ring at top
18th Century British Royal Navy
Thin, punched copper, gloved hand - Victorian
Brooch from the 'Bloody Old' period
Medieval Pendant with enamel
Very small Tudor period button
Faceplate of old padlock ☻
Nose cone fuzes from anti-aircraft shells
South Nottinghamshire Yeomanry (Hussars)
Apothecary's weight, 19th century
Edward VI - sixpence. 1551-1553
Annular Brooch, 13th/14th century
George III - copper halfpenny 1806
Large 'Dandy' Button 18th century
32nd (Cornwall) Regiment of Foot
Thin piece of gilded copper
Medieval shield-shaped mount
Trade Weight - 19th century.
Toy Cannon - 18th century
Fiat car badge, circa 1904
17th Century Canterbury Token
Dutch silver coin dated 1682
17th century drawer handle.
Georgian Period Shoe Buckle
George III Halfpenny 1771
Marcus Aurelius 2nd Century
Antoninus Pius 138 - 161 AD
Queen Victoria 1854 penny.
Police Button: Late 19th / early 20th century.
Victorian Royal Horse Artillery Button
Royal Horse Artillery, WW1
Large lead seal - circa 17th century
Piece of hallmarked silver
Purse Bar - circa 15th century
Snake Buckle - 19th century
17th Lancers - "Death or Glory"
Board of Ordnance - button.
Cap badge - Royal Engineers
52nd (Oxfordshire) Regiment of Foot
USA Small Military Button, WW2
Edward I, Silver Farthing
Elizabeth I, Silver Penny
Royal Artillery - pre WW2
Martini-Henry rifle rounds.
Large bore Enfield rifle rounds
Napoleonic period lion head buckle.
Crudely made bronze rings
Chester Cherub - Silver Button
Royal Irish Dragoon Guards
Middle Bronze Age - circa 1500BC
Anglo-Saxon Love Knot Ring
Medieval Priestess or Princess ?
Kreigsmarine (German Navy) WW2
Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea
Duke of York's Royal Military School (RMS)
Sack Seals and Bale Seals
Toy Cannon - 18th century
Seaforth Highlanders (1881 - 1961)
Queen Victoria - Indian Army button.
Queen Victoria - Medical Staff
Late Roman coinage (Romano-British)
18th Century Buckles & Artefacts
17th Century Buckles & Artefacts
Tudor Period Buckles, Fasteners & Coins
Medieval Objects (unearthed)
0.50" calibre Browning rounds
Cloth Seal, circa 17th century
Thimble, circa late 16th early 17th century.
Medieval treasures found on local farmland UK
Pewter Talisman (found buried, UK)
Celtic Potin coins - 1st centuries BC/AD
Bronze Bead circa 800BC - 410AD
Iron Age: Bronze Cosmetic Grinder
Circa 16th century button or Victorian hat pin ?
Shrapnel: Bomb & Anti-Aircraft shell fragments.
Medieval silver penny, 13th century.
Large scalloped lead disc 40mm (Whirlygig)
Bronze ball & silver plated button
Henry III Silver Short Cross Penny, 13th Century
3rd Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wales's)
Sunburst Button, circa 18th century.
Septimius Severus, Emperor of Rome 193 - 211
Beer Barrel Tap Key. Circa 18/19th century.
Post-Medieval Horseshoe: 14th / 15th century
Medieval, Tudor, Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and WW2
George V small medallion.
Unidentified British Button
'Quo fas et gloria ducunt' (Where Right and Glory Lead)
Cattle Horn Protector - 19th / 20th century
Harness Rein Guides: 11th - 15th century
Fossilized Sea Urchin - Cretaceous period
Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles
Late Roman Bronze Coinage
Watch Winder: circa 16th - 17th century
Unknown bronze object of uncertain age.
Henry II silver penny, 1180 - 1189
82nd Regiment of Foot, Prince of Wales Volunteers
9th Regiment of Foot: 1751-1880
Anglo-Saxon silver penny.
Porcelain Pipe: circa 18th century.
Silver spoon, (military) hallmarked 1898
Two silver shillings: 19th century.
WW1 Royal Artillery: Sweetheart Badge.
18th century silver-plated button.
Vintage cat rescued from its grave !
Bronze weight, circa 18th century.
French Customs & Excise button: circa 18th century.
Mainly Medieval and Tudor.
George III silver sixpence
Medieval Bronze Coin or Token
Button: 16th Queen's Lancers / Anglo Boer War
Silver-Plated Livery Button: 19th century
Medieval / Tudor Clothing Fastener
Beautiful Gold-Plated object (possible top of Roman pin)
Trefid or Trifid Spoon Handle: mid 17th century
Late Medieval Buckle: 14th century.
Small finds made using a metal detector.
Lead Seal: circa 18th century
Very heavy bronze object: 1lb 4oz (565g)
19th century Marmalade pot.
Medieval enamelled horse pendant.
Queen Victoria 1862 Half Penny
Circa 120 million years old.
Military Button: 19th century
Watch Winder Key: 18th century
Motley finds: Roman to 20th century.
Decentius: Caesar 351-353 AD
Fossil: Small flattened heart-shaped specie of Sea urchin
Signs of local habitation over a 1700 year period.
The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment), formerly the 3rd Regiment of Foot
Silver Groat of Queen Mary : 1553
Brooch fragment; possibly Celtic.
Cricket Plaque or Mount (found buried)
Kia-Ora fruit drinks: early 20th century.
Toy figure of tractor driver.
Edward IV First Reign (1461 - 1464) Groat.
Cap Badge: The Essex Regiment.
Weekend Treasure (Medieval)
South Eastern & Chatham Railway
Ancient Hook & Loop Fastener.
49th Regiment Button: circa late 19th century.
German pre 1914 pattern military button.
German WW1 rear tunic belt hook.
Royal Marines Button (War of 1812)
Medieval: Miniature stirrup-shaped buckle.
Medieval Buckle circa 1250 - 1350
Henry III -- 13th century
Medieval Sword Scabbard Chape.
Queen Victoria Farthing 1866
Ancient Clothing Fastener
Royal Artillery Cap Badge
Sweetheart Badge, R.A.O.C.
Medieval Harness Pendant.
Reins Distributor / Harness Fitment.
Medieval Acorn Strap Mount.
Seal Matrix: circa 13th century.
Early 19th century British Coldstream Guards button.
Counterfeit Bronze Finger Ring.
Medieval Horse Harness Pendant.
Roman Bird Brooch: Circa 1st / 2nd Century.
Small military-looking crown.
Half Crown of King Charles 1 (Reigned 1625-1649)
Button: Queen's Own IV Dragoons 1788 - 1818
Bonds Marking Ink: 19th century
Green Glass Victorian Bottle
Royal Regiment of Artillery
Elizabeth 1 : Silver Half Groat (fifth issue) 1590-1592
Queen Victoria: Silver Six Pence 1844
Enamelled Brooch: circa 19th century Victorian
Buckle: Late 15th / early 16th century
Eastern Foam Vanishing Cream
Medieval to Tudor hand-struck silver coins.
Silver Saint Christopher Medallion.
Celtic Toggle Fastener: 1st Century BC
Eliptical Ring Mount: circa 18th century
Miniature Buckles: Medieval
Canterbury Seal: circa 17th century.
Roman and Medieval Buckles.
Medieval Strap Stiffeners.
Medieval Horse Harness Pendant
Post-Medieval (circa 15th century)
Large German Military WW1 Belt Fixing
Boar's Head Livery Button.
Dug artefacts: circa 15th - 19th centuries.
Medieval miniature cauldron.
Medieval Heraldic Horse Pendant
Cloth Seal circa 16th - 18th century.
Thimble: early 19th century
Unidentified Bronze Cross
Pocket Watch Key: late 17th to early 20th century.
Spanish? Silver Coin: 16th Century.
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