According to an expert from the British Museum, this may be the greatest discovery that will completely change the understanding of early English economics. According to the regulations in force in Great Britain, in order to be considered a treasure, a find must contain items that are at least 300 years old and contain at least 10%. gold or silver.

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The coins found may be over 1,400 years old

The group consists of the fields of West Norfolk With 131 gold coins and four gold coins. The researcher, who has been collecting his treasure for six years, preferred to remain anonymous. If the collection goes through research and the British monarchy takes over the discovery, it could be placed in the Norwich Castle Museum (supported by the British Museum) as one of the most interesting discoveries of recent years.

According to experts, most coins are Franconian sleds, small 6th century coins that usually contain 85 to 95 percent. Went. Nine Solid Coins – Coins larger than the Byzantine coins had three times more shakes. The treasure also contains a necklace, a gold bar, and two other items that British Museum experts believe are part of the jewelry.

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Part of the set are gold jewelry items

This is not the first historical discovery

The greatest coin hoard discovered in England to date was a set of 101 coins found in a purse in 1828 in Crondale, Hampshire. Unofficial information says the treasure could have been bigger because the wallet appears to have been tampered with. Another interesting find was a wallet of 37 gold coins, which were found in the famous Sutton Hoo funeral ship.