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Inhabiting Great Britain from the 5th century onward, the Anglo Saxon people left behind artefacts now highly sought out by collectors and museums alike. These relics range from simple coinage used at the time, to rings and other artefacts and jewellery.


Made primarily of copper and bronze, these objects only further drive interest in this intriguing group of people. Grab some Saxon artefacts for your collection, dig into history and share what you find with family and friends.

  • anglo saxon coin stycca 2

    anglo saxon coin stycca 2

    £2.21
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    IN AN AS SEEN AND AS FOUND CONDITION MAY BENEFIT FROM A SLIGHT CLEAN 100% GENUINE COIN I DO NOT SELL COPIES
  • High Grade Anglo Saxon Eadberht Sceat Of Northumbria, S847

    High Grade Anglo Saxon Eadberht Sceat Of Northumbria, S847

    £320.00
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    + £7.00 P&P
    High Grade Anglo Saxon Eadberht Sceat Of Northumbria, Central Cross within pelleted ring, legend reads. EOTBEREHT VG. _gsrx_vers_837 (GS 7.0.15 (837)).
  • anglo saxon coin sceatt

    anglo saxon coin sceatt

    £22.00
    8 bids
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    IN AN AS SEEN AND AS FOUND CONDITION MAY BENEFIT FROM A SLIGHT CLEAN 100% GENUINE COIN I DO NOT SELL COPIES
  • anglo saxon coin stycca  3

    anglo saxon coin stycca  3

    £1.70
    3 bids
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    IN AN AS SEEN AND AS FOUND CONDITION MAY BENEFIT FROM A SLIGHT CLEAN 100% GENUINE COIN I DO NOT SELL COPIES
  • Anglo Saxon Sceatta Aethelred Of Mercia Extremely Rare Coin

    Anglo Saxon Sceatta Aethelred Of Mercia Extremely Rare Coin

    £650.00
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    For sale here is an extremely rare sceatta of Aethelred of Mercia 674-704. Degenerate head, 'AEthiliraed' in runes in two lines. Spink no. 780. A metal detector find from Norfolk.