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Anglo-Saxon gold coins hoard found in Norfolk declared treasure (www.theguardian.com)

The coins, mostly Frankish tremisses and a nine gold solidi from the Byzantine empire, were discovered with four gold objects, including a bracteate (a type of stamped pendant), suggesting the hoard should be seen as bullion, valued by weight rather than face value.

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