British Iron Age gold coin.
One of 32 gold British Iron Age coins discovered inside a hollow flint nodule.
The coins have been attributed to the Atrebates tribe due to the design of a three tailed horse over a wheel stamped on one side, and dated to c.50BC.
Invaluable & Trace - Issue 152, October 2001
Magazine covering subjects relating to the protection and retrieval of art and antiques.
In this issue:
Investing in vintage luggage - The bygone age of grande luxe
Insurance fraud - Some of the more colourful fraudulent insurance claims
Saving history - How can we stop the plundering of our past? Interview with Manus Brinkman of the International Council of Museums
Copy cat - John Fairchild
Sports Heritage Network Mapping Survey - An overview of Sports Heritage Collections
Booklet and CD-ROM from a project commissioned by the Sports Heritage Network with funding from the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, June 2006.
The booklet contains a list of sports with associated museums, libraries and archives.
Copy of a letter from Pauline Baillie-Reynolds (Pauline Churcher), Secretary of the UWRA sent to Durham and Leeds regarding the fact they have not paid their affiliation fee for 1965 and therefore no longer members and would receive no information. Letter is dated 21/03/1965.
Part of an archive of material from the University Women's Rowing Association.