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Corpus of Early Medieval Coin Finds EMC record of single loss / finds of coins

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This is an amazing record of all of the single Early Medieval coins that have been found reported and recorded with the Corpus.

There is also a link to hoards that have been found in Britain 👍


( for example type in Alfred in the search field 🧐 )


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17 minutes ago, SilverDrum said:

I have been meaning to visit the museum for a while now, i live just outside of Cambridge. Would love to see any they have on display! 


Link to view info about their coin collections ( more than 200,000 coins/related items in the collection )  👍

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