4thC Roman bronze coin sent for ID. The expert gave me this description. It is a CONSTANTINOPOLIS city commemorative, c. 330-337. This one is from the mint at Trier and interesting because of the symbol in the field to the left of Victory - the ones with symbols in the field are quite uncommon in the series, overall. Not so much so from Trier specifically, but generally the ones with symbols you don't see every day.
Beautiful crisp strike of a rare Class 3d Lincoln mint distinctive by the R having an annulet tail 1272 Edward 1st I hammered silver penny - Class 3d Obv EDWAR ANGL DNS HYB
Rev CIV/TAS/LIN/COL- Lincoln mint
1486-1504 Henry VII hammered silver half groat - Two arches unjewelled crown - Tun mint mark Obv HENRIC VII DI GRA REX AGL Z Rev CIVI/TAS CAN/TOR - Canterbury mint
Below are my export papers from this hunt showing a complete list of all my finds