14. Coin hoards

Index:

Appel, Leendert 1923-

Title:

De muntvondst in de Lisbonsvarder te Monnickendam of de gevelsteen die zwerfsteen werd / L. Appel

Source:

Jaarboek / Vereniging Oud Monnickendam (1990) p. 81-87

 

Index:

Arts, Nico M.A. 1954-

Title:

Vreemd geld in de Kempen / Nico Arts

Source:

Archeobrief (2000) (herfst) p. 12-13

 

Index:

Bartels, Michiel

Title:

Voorwerpen van metaal, been, steen en pijpaarde / Michiel Bartels

Source:

Van huisvuil en huizen in Hasselt : opgravingen aan het Burg Royerplein / red.: Michiel Bartels, Hemmy Clevis [tevens eindred.], Frits David Zeiler. - Kampen : Stichting Archeologie IJssel/Vechtstreek, cop. 1993. – P. 83-87

 

Index:

Benders, Josephus Gerardus Johannes Maria 1965-

Title:

De muntvondst De Mortel (Gemert) 2015, verborgen begin twaalfde eeuw : een vroeg bewijs van gemengde circulatie / Jos Benders, Bouke Jan van der Veen & Steef van Creij

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 102 (2015) p. 97-102

 

Index:

Benders, Josephus Gerardus Johannes Maria 1965-

Title:

De vondst Steenwijkerland 2013, verborgen in of na 1521 / Jos Benders & Edwin Schepers

Source:

Detector Magazine 145 (maart 2016) p. 18-19

 

Index:

Berkel, Fredo van

Title:

Archeologische en numismatische ontdekkingen uit de Bossche bodem / Fredo van Berkel

Source:

De Beeldenaar 31 (2007) 3 p. 106-108

 

Index:

Buhr, Gérard

Title:

Klinkende munt met klinkende naam / Gérard Buhr

Source:

Jaarboek van de Archeologische Afdeling Naerdincklant (2006) p. 46

 

Index:

Buhr, Gérard

Title:

Uit voorraad leverbaar ... muntvondsten van toen / Gérard Buhr

Source:

Jaarboek van de Archeologische Afdeling Naerdincklant (2006) p. 47

 

Index:

Bult, Epko J. 1954-

Title:

[Schatvondst] Delft, IPSE-terrein / [Epko J. Bult & Jasper de Bruin]

Source:

Holland 37 (2005) 5 p. 60-63

 

Index:

Cruysheer, Anton T.E. 1975-

Title:

De schatvondst Dordrecht 1817 / Anton Cruysheer & Bouke Jan van der Veen

Source:

De Beeldenaar 40 (2016) 4 p. 175-179

 

Index:

Cruysheer, Anton T.E. 1975-

Title:

Schatvondsten. 2: De goudschat uit Loosdrecht, 1941 / A.T.E. Cruysheer

Source:

Jaarboek van de Archeologische Afdeling Naerdincklant (2006) p. 20-23

 

Index:

Dirks, Jacob 1811-1892

Title:

De muntenvond van Beets in Friesland / afgebeeld en opgehelderd door J. Dirks en J.E. Hooft van Iddekinge

Source:

De Vrije Fries 13 (1876) p. 217-234

 

Index:

Dirks, Jacob 1811-1892

Title:

Les Pompéi Frisons et leur importance au point de vue numismatique / [J. Dirks]

Source:

Congrès international de numismatique, organisé et réuni a Bruxelles ... par la Société royale de numismatique de Belgique ... : procès-verbaux et mémoires / publ. par C. Cumont et A. de Witte. - Bruxelles : Goemaere, 1891. - P. 353-369

 

Index:

Dompierre de Chaufepié, Henri Jean de 1861-1911

Title:

Muntvondst van 's Hertogenbosch / [H.J. de Dompierre de Chaufepié]

Source:

Tijdschrift voor Munt- en Penningkunde 3 (1895) 2 p. 94-109, pl. 3

 

Index:

Dompierre de Chaufepié, Henri Jean de 1861-1911

Title:

Les trouvailles de monnaies des années 1895 et 1896 / [H.J. de Dompierre de Chaufepié]

Source:

Tijdschrift voor Munt- en Penningkunde 5 (1897) p. 160-168

 

Index:

Gelder, Hendrik Enno van 1916-1998

Title:

Munten kwamen tot leven : de schat van Serooskerke / door H. Enno van Gelder en M.P. de Bruin

Series:

AO-reeks ; 1096

Published:

Amsterdam : Stichting IVIO, [1966]

 

Index:

Gelder, Hendrik Enno van 1916-1998

Title:

De munten van 'De Liefde' / door H. Enno van Gelder

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 56-57 (1969-70) p. 63-74

Abstract:

The coins recovered from the Dutch East Indiaman De Liefde wrecked off the Shetland Isles in 1711 and sold at Glendining's in 1969 are tabulated, after correction of some erroneous attributions in the sale catalogue. The frequency of the dates of ducatoons of the Spanish Netherlands and silver riders of the Dutch Republic are compared with the quantities struck according to the mint accounts. Explanations are proposed for the differences in survival rate calculated for some periods and provinces.

 

Index:

Gelder, Hendrik Enno van 1916-1998

Title:

Muntvondst in bouwput / [H. Enno van Gelder]

Source:

Maandblad Oud-Utrecht 45 (1972) p. 73-74

 

Index:

Gelder, Hendrik Enno van 1916-1998

Title:

De muntvondst Feerwerd 1971 / door H. Enno van Gelder

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 58-59 (1971-1972) p. 51-87, pl. 7-9

Abstract:

In 1971 a hoard consisting of 648 gold coins, deposited after 1527, was found at Feerwerd. It contains 519 Philippus guilders struck in the Netherlands between 1496 and 1520 and 124 German gold guilders struck between c. 1430 and 1527. A great deal of attention is given in this article to the differences in design, lettering, interpunction, contents and abbreviation of the legends of the Philippus guilders. These are mainly due to differences in workmanship of the die-cutters working in the various mints and also within each of the mints. Another point discussed is the strikingly lop-sided composition of the hoard which contrasts with that of other finds of the same period. All except two of the German gold guilders selected for hoarding are specimens with the reduced ftness of 18| carat gold which the German mints introduced one after the other in the period 1470-1490.

 

Index:

Gelder, Hendrik Enno van 1916-1998

Title:

Muntvondst Serooskerke 1966 / door H. Enno van Gelder

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 52-53 (1965-1966) p. 127-205, pl. 1-12

 

Index:

Gelder, Hendrik Enno van 1916-1998

Title:

Noord-Nederlands kleingeld omstreeks 1400 : (muntvondsten Elst en Barneveld) / door H. Enno van Gelder

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 45 (1958) p. 83-109

Abstract:

Of the N. Netherlands coinage in the late Middle Ages the small denominations are little known. The more precious, therefore, are the coin finds of Elst 1948 and Barneveld 1958, both to be dated to the first part of the 15th century, to c. 1425 and shortly .after 1430 respectively. The latter hoard contains both gold coins and large as well as small silver coins, the former consists exclusively of small and very small coins which were lost in a well (or deliberately thrown into it?). At least 32 new coin types have come to light, some of them in several specimens. Many German coins appear for the first time in the Netherlands. For several coins previously known, a new date has been found. Thus, for Holland, a series of V4 and Vs groats of John of Bavaria (1420—1425) has been discovered. Many new types are added to the seignorial coinage of Bergh and Batenburg. New dates have been found for the municipal coinage of Utrecht, whereas that of Campen is a complete surprise. The coinage of Megen (Meuse) appears to have been of importance. From both these finds it clearly appears that the circulation of small change is different from that of large denominations: its spread is geographically restricted and the importance of secondary mints striking imitations is.larger.

 

Index:

Gelder, Hendrik Enno van 1916-1998

Title:

Twee Overijsselse muntvondsten / door H. Enno van Gelder

Source:

Verslagen en Mededeelingen van de Vereeniging tot Beoefening van Overijsselsch Regt en Geschiedenis 70 (1955) p. 127-134

 

Index:

Gelder, Hendrik Enno van 1916-1998

Title:

De vondst Amersfoort 1894 / door H. Enno van Gelder

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 42 (1955) p. 7-40

Abstract:

In 1894 three large stoneware jars were discovered at Amersfoort containing 3662 gold and 2015 silver coins, probably the largest hoardi ever found in the Netherlands. They had been buried in 1557. After having been examined at the Royal Coin Cabinet, they were sold at two auctions and irretrievably dispersed. But the decriptions in both catalogues are sufficiently clear to recognize each coin. They do not suffice, however, to give a general idea of this hoard's significance in its historical context. For this, first a systematic list is necessary (p. 23) . A shorter listclassifies the coins in the categories which were valid for the owner himself, based on the Netherlands tariff of 1548 (p. 10). From a purely numismatic point of view, this find is of twofold importance, First it gives a great number of new variations, Secondly, its very extensiveness offers us the possibility of applying statistical methods (p. 13). The latter enable us e.g. to estimate the extent of the emissions of the Dordrecht mint.

For groups can be distinguished:

a. Burgundian gold and silver coins from 1496 till 1557. As a debasement took place in 1496, hardly any older coin has been included.

b. a strikingly large number of Guelders gold and silver coins, always a formidable rival for Burgundian coinage.

c. internationally current W . European gold coins, but not one of inferior alloy.

d. German talers and schreckenbergets but no Spanish reals.

Coins from the last years of Charles V, silver Carolus guilders and silver 4-stivers are completely lacking. These and other observations lead to the conclusion that this hoard though buried in 1557, had been gathered before 1542. The hoard must have been gathered at Amersfoort itself which accounts for the frequency of Guelders coins. A suggestive hypothesis is added: as the find contains 0.028 % of the then current Philippus and Carolus guilders, a similar percentage may be assumed for the other denominations. This hoard represents a value. of fl. 5387:1 If. Therefore the total money circulation in the Netherlands at that moment may be supposed to amount to about 18 million guilders.

 

Index:

Gelder, Hendrik Enno van 1916-1998

Title:

De vondst Zutphen 1958 / door H. Enno van Gelder

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 45 (1958) p. 110-143, pl. 13-16

Abstract:

In 1958 a cluster of gold and silver coins together with some fragments of a jar, came to light. Tlhe evidence of the latest coins points to a date of 1410-1412. The hoard consists of 188 gold coins, 2358 silver coins and 1 silver clasp. The silver coins are nearly all from the Netherlands, mostly from Flanders and Guelders. But of the gold coins, 40 pieces, more than a quarter of their value are foreign. This hoard is of twofold importance. Not only does it contain many rare and even unknown coins, but the exceptionally large quantity allowsa careful examination of weight and alloy and even a statistical analysis.

 

Index:

Ginkel, Evert J. van 1955-

Title:

Numismatiek voor de archeoloog / Evert van Ginkel

Source:

Archeobrief (2000) (herfst) p. 6-7

 

Index:

Graafhuis, A.

Title:

De gouden schat van de Korte Nieuwstraat / A. Graafhuis

Source:

Oud-Utrecht 34 (1961) 3 p. 31-35

 

Index:

Heide, Gerrit Daniël van der 1915-2006

Title:

Enige muntvondsten in het Zuiderzeegebied / door G.D. v.d. Heide en C.N. Fehrmann

Source:

Kamper Almanak (1955-1956) p. 214-228

 

Index:

Hermans, Cornelius Rudolphus 1805-1869

Title:

Romeinsche en Middeleeuwsche penningen in Noord-Braband gevonden / [C. R. Hermans]

Source:

Geschiedkundig Mengelwerk over de Provincie Noord-Braband 1(1840) p. 17-27, 129-132

 

Index:

Hooft van Iddekinge, Jan Ernst Henric 1848-1881

Title:

Dépot de monnaies trouvé à Noordhorn (province de Groningue) / [Hooft van Iddekinge]

Source:

Revue de la Numismatique Belge 5e sér 1 (1869) p. 178-188, pl. 8

 

Index:

Jacobi, Hans W. 1943-

Title:

Enkele munten in 1976 op Schouwen-Duiveland gevonden / [H.W. Jacobi]

Source:

Mededelingenblad van de Vereniging Stad en Lande van Schouwen-Duiveland 29 (1977) p. 140-142

 

Index:

Jacobi, Hans W. 1943-

Title:

Een opmerkelijke muntvondst op een opmerkelijke plaats / H.W. Jacobi

Source:

De Sint Laurens in de steigers : bouwen, beheren en restaureren van de Alkmaarse Grote Kerk / Peter Bitter en Leo Noordegraaf (eds). - Hilversum : Verloren, 2002. – P. 225-236

 

Index:

Kerkwijk, Adolf Octave van 1873-1957

Title:

Muntvondst te Olst (Gelderland) / [A.O. van Kerkwijk]

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 3 (1916) p. 126-156

 

Index:

Kerkwijk, Adolf Octave van 1873-1957

Title:

Weinig bekende muntvondsten / [A.O. van Kerkwijk]

Source:

Tijdschrift voor Munt- en Penningkunde 18 (1910) 3 p. 149-158

 

Index:

Knippenberg, Willem Herman Theodoor 1910-

Title:

Gouden munten uit de Spaanse zilvervloot / [W.H.Th. Knippenberg]

Source:

Brabants Heem 18 (1966) p. 17-19

 

Index:

Knippenberg, Willem Herman Theodoor 1910-

Title:

Muntvondst te Moergestel / [W. Knippenberg]

Source:

Brabants Heem 7 (1955) p. 140-141

 

Index:

Koers, Jan Pieter 1953-

Title:

De muntfibula van een Almohadische dobla uit Scheemda: vondstomstandigheden, parallellen en historische context / J.P. Koers, J.N. Lanting en J. Molema

Source:

Palaeohistoria 32 (1990) p. 331-338

Abstract:

A gold coin made into a brooch, found in 1967 at the cemetery of medieval Scheemda, was identified as an Almohad dobla minted in Spain or North Africa during the caliphate of Abu Yusuf Yaqub al-Mansur (1 184-1199). The coin is reinforced on one side with gold wire and brackets of sheet gold. A total of nine such brooches has been found in the coastal area of the northern Netherlands and northern Germany. Formerly these brooches were connected with the so-called Frisian Crusade of 1217, du ring which several Moorish towns on the SW coast of Spain were sacked. It is shown in this paper that no evidence for such an connection can be brought forward. Coin brooches occur regurlarly in the northern Netherlands and northern Germany from the 7th to the mid 15th century. The relatively large number of brooches made of Almohad gold coins seems to be related to the increased export of West African gold to western Europe by way of Almohad North Africa and Spain during the 12th century.

 

Index:

Koonings, Jan

Title:

Schatten, zwendel en handjeklap : munten van het Statenplein / Jan Koonings en Deborah Paalman

Source:

Diep (2006) 2 (april) p. 32-34

 

Index:

Lanting, Jan N. 1943-

Title:

Een nieuwe vondst van een fibula gemaakt van een Almohadische dinar en twee vondsten van pseudo-muntfibula's van Almohadisch type / J.N. Lanting & J. Molema

Source:

Palaeohistoria 39-40 (1997-1998) p. 529-534

Abstract:

In two papers in this journal attention was drawn to brooches made of 11th-13th century gold coins (largely Almohad dinars and half dinars) and of local imitations in gold of Almohad coins in the coastal areas of the northern Netherlands and northern Germany (Koers et al., 1990; Lanting & Molema, 1993/1994). In this paper three recent discoveries are presented (fig. 1). The first one is a brooch made of an Almohad dinar/dobla found during an archaeological excavation at the Haukenwarf near Oldorf, Ldkr. Friesland in Germany, in a 12th/13th century context (fig. 2). The dobla was minted for caliph Idris I al-Ma'mun ( 1227-1232), who reigned only in the Andalusian part of the Almohad empire (fig. 3). The reverse of the brooch shows a cross made of two narrow strips of a gold-silver alloy. The second find is a brooch made of a local imitation in gold of a dobla of Almohad type. It was found by a metal detector user on a construction site near Heerenveen, province of Friesland, the Netherlands (fig. 4). The back of this brooch is decorated with a cross in low relief, made of silver, cJosely related to the anchor-crosses on the coin brooches of Scheemda, Leeuwarden and Veenklooster (Koers et al., 1990; Lanting & Molema, 1993/1994). The third find is a brooch made of lead-tin alloy, found by a metal detector user in a soil dump, excavated at an unknown locality in the inner city of Dokkum, province of Friesland, the Netherlands. This brooch clearly is a copy of a dobla of Almohad type, with its square-in-circle motive, and its short wigglely lines imitating Arabic script (fig. 5). A lily-cross in high-relief on its front side is parallelled by a similar cross in gold filigree on the coin brooch of Itzingaborg near Norden in northern Germany, made of a masse d'or of the French king Philippe IV, minted between 1285 and 1314 (Berghaus, 1958, Tafel 3: 24). Late 13th-century dates are proposed for the two coin brooches of Heerenveen and Dokkum. Although the number of 'Almohad' coin brooches is small, two subgroups seem to be present: an eastern group with crosses made of metal strips, and a western group with crosses made of metal wire on the reverse. Local imitations have sofar only been found in the Dutch province of Friesland (fig. 6). The presence of this small number of Almohad coins in the northern Netherlands and northern Germany is striking. HistoricaI sources make clear that thousands of Almohad coins were imported into England in the 12th-13th century. Despite that, no Almohad coin has been found in England, sofar (Grierson, 1974, p. 391).

 

Index:

Lanting, Jan N. 1943-

Title:

Nogmaals gouden muntfibula's uit de 12e-13e eeuw / J.N. Lanting en J. Molema

Source:

Palaeohistoria 35-36 (1993-1994) p. 323-328

Abstract:

In a previous volume of this journal attention was drawn to brooches made of Almoravid and Almohad gold coins and of local imitations of Almohad coins (Koers et al., 1990). These brooches seem to be typical of the northern Netherlands and northern Germany, although coin brooches as such are found over a much larger area, from the 7th to the 15th century. Since that publication appeared new literature has become available. Especially Monedashispano-musulmanas by Antonio Medina Gomez (1992) is very useful. Not only are photographs shown of both sides of each coin, but also are the inscriptions printed separately in the corresponding Arabic script, in phonetic transcription and in Spanish translation. It appears that the determinations of the coins by Koers et al. are correct. However, what they called dinars are in reality half dinars, and what they called doblas are in fact full dinars. This confusion over the names of Almohad coins is widespread, and has its origins in 12th century Christian Spain. Furthermore, the division of the coins - halfdinars of Abu Ya'qub Yusuf and full dinars or doblas of Abu Yusuf Ya'qub - is less puzzling than Koers et al. thought. In fact the first named only produced half dinars, the second only doblas. Recently two new finds have been discovered in Friesland. The first is a brooch made of an Almohad dinar or dobla found by a metal detector user on the grounds of the Fogelsanghstate near Veenklooster, the other a fragment of a local imitation of a Almohad dinar, also found with a metal detector, on the terp Wijnaldum II. It is not sure that this imitation was used as a brooch. The Veenklooster brooch (fig. 2) is damaged, probably by ploughing. The back is decorated with gold filigrain, in the shape of an anker-cross. Despite the fact that the coin is worn, and despite the decoration on the back, the inscriptions are legible resp. identifiable, thanks to Medina Gomez. There is no doubt that the coin was minted for the Almohad caliph Abd Allah I (1224-1227). This is of some importance, because in this case no connection with the 'Frisian Crusade' of 1217 is possible. However, Koers et al. had aiready pointed out that trade was more likely to be the source of these Almohad coins than warfare. The decoration on the back of the Veenklooster brooch is closely related to that on the Leeuwarden, Scheemda and Wirdum brooches (fig. 4). These four brooches may have been made by the same goldsmith. The Wijnaldum fragment (fig. 5) clearly belongs to the group of imitations of Almohad dinars, known from the Stavoren and Damwoude coin brooches (Koers et al., 1990). These imitations were made by sticking together two small discs of sheet gold, decorated with the same stamp. Contrary to the genuine Almohad coins, the gold content is low (13-14 carats). The Wijnaldum fragment is part of the centre, inside the square. Although it can not be proved that this particular 'coin' was ever used as a brooch, it seems likely that these imitations were specially produced for this purpose. Finally, attention is drawn to a brooch made of a morabitino of Sancho I of Portugal (1185-1211). which was found in or before 1984, and sold at an auction in 1985 (fig. 6). It was found near Oppenhuizen, province of Friesland. Its present whereabouts are unknown.

 

Index:

Man, Marie Goverdina Antonia de 1855-1944

Title:

Le cimetière de Mariekerke / [Marie de Man]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 41 (1885) p. 349-368

 

Index:

Meer, Gay van der 1924-

Title:

De vondst Arnhem 1957 / door G. van der Meer ; met medew. van H. Enno van Gelder

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 46 (1959) p. 1-36, pl. 1-5

Abstract:

In 1957 a hoard containing 4 gold and 967 silver coins was found at Arnhem. It is suggested here that the date of deposit lies between 1372 and c. 1378. Coins from many countries and regions are represented in the hoard; many of them, mainly smaller denominations, are published here for the first time. New elements in the composition of the hoard add to our knowledge of the monetary situation in the east of the Netherlands in the third quarter of the 14th century, but no definite conclusions concerning the circulation of the many different kinds of money that were current there can be drawn until we possess more hoard evidence for the period in question.

 

Index:

Meijer, Johannes Frederik George 1815-1889

Title:

Notice sur la trouvaille de Barneveld / [J.-F.-G. Meijer]

Source:

Revue de la Numismatique Belge 5e sér. 4 (1872) p. 368-391, 442-466

 

Index:

Meijer, Johannes Frederik George 1815-1889

Title:

Muntvond te Maastricht / [J.F.G. Meijer]

Source:

Algemeene Konst- en Letterbode (1856) 51 p. 401-402

 

Index:

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

Blubber, scherven en goud. 2: De spaarketel van Johanna Sevenster : een schatvondst uit de 18de eeuw / Jan Pelsdonk

Source:

De Waterschans 37 (2007) 4 p. 132-137

 

Index:

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

Giekerk, Schagen en Zutphen : drie schatvondsten uit de periode 1296-1303 / Jan Pelsdonk

Source:

De Beeldenaar 35 (2011) 4 p. 152-154

Abstract:

Three small Medieval coin hoards, found in the Dutch towns Giekerk, Schagen and Zutphen.

 

Index:

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

Muntstempel en muntschat : de opgraving Dordrecht-Elfhuizen / Jan Pelsdonk

Source:

De Beeldenaar 33 (2009) 5 p. 224-226

Abstract:

Excavation works in Dordrecht: found are amidst others a small coin hoard with English and Brabant coins (tpq 1309) and a production die (double stiver type vGelder/Hoc 119-6) from the period 1499-1506.

 

Index:

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

De muntvondsten [Groesbeek, Hoflaan] / J.E.L. Pelsdonk

Source:

Groesbeek, Hoflaan : definitief archeologisch onderzoek / J.R. Mooren ; met bijdr. van: S.A.L. Peters ... [et al.] ; red.: R.J.W.M. Gruben ... [et al.] - 's-Hertogenbosch : Bouwhistorie Archeologie Architectuurhistorie Cultuurhistorie, 2006. - P. 38-44

Abstract:

During excavation works at the location of a former mediëval castle in Groesbeek, some coins were found. Amidst others a lead token or 'pseudo coin'. Interesting is a small coin hoard, buried in or after 1343, containing mostly coins from Gueldern. They were found under a wall, build in approximately 1301. So either the spot was accessible or the dating of this part of the wall appears to be incorrect.

 

Index:

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

NUMIS : een schat aan vondsten / Jan Pelsdonk

Source:

De Beeldenaar 31 (2007) 3 p. 138-139

 

Index:

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

NUMIS: registratie van een vergankelijk verleden / tekst Jan Pelsdonk

Edition:

Versie 1

Published:

Utrecht : [s.n.], 2013

Abstract:

History and the future of the Dutch coin finds database NUMIS.

 

Index:

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

[Schatvondst] Barendrecht, Carnisselande ('Vlaardingen 2005') / [Jan Pelsdonk]

Source:

Holland 38 (2006) p. 59-60

 

Index:

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

De schatvondst 's-Hertogenbosch 1998 / Jan Pelsdonk

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 98 (2011) p. 30-121

Abstract:

Hoard of 2.119 silver coins, found during excavation works at the town of 's-Hertogenbosch (Den Bosch). Buried in or shortly after 1304. This hoard shows not only what circulated, but also some rare coins of amidst others Kuinre, Pietersheim and Randerath.

 

Index:

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

Tellen is moeilijk : alternatieve berekeningen en schatvondsten uit de periode 1900-1920 / Jan Pelsdonk

Source:

De Beeldenaar 38 (2014) 1 p. 31-35

Abstract:

The last months of the Geldmuseum (Money Museum), numismatists can't count, coin hoards in The Netherlands during World War I.

 

Index:        

Pelsdonk, Jan Egbert Leendert 1971-

Title:

Water, veen en … goud : de schatvondst Loosdrecht 1941 / Jan Pelsdonk

Source:

De Beeldenaar 35 (2011) 5 p. 115-118

 

Index:

Peters, L.Cl.M.

Title:

Muntvondst te Woerden / door L.Cl.M. Peters

Source:

Heemtijdinghen 9 (1973) 2 p. 20

 

Index:

Pick, R.

Title:

Niederländische Doppelgroschen und Groschen in einem niederrheinischen Münzfunde / [R. Pick]

Source:

De Maasgouw 35 (1913) 10 (october) p. 73-74

 

Index:

Pol, Arent 1951-

Title:

Schatten in Schijndel : potten vol oude munten aan de Gemondseweg / Arent Pol en Jan Pelsdonk

Source:

Goud in Schijndel : archeologie en historie van een Brabants dorp tussen 1600 en 1800 / red. Tonnie van de Rijdt, Ria Berkvens. - Utrecht : Matrijs, cop. 2006. – P. 58-81

 

Index:

Reinders, Hendrik Reinder

Title:

Muntvondsten in scheepswrakken / door H.R. Reinders

Published:

Lelystad : Rijksdienst voor de IJsselmeerpolders, 1977

 

Index:

Rhijn, Jan Matthijs van 1791-1860

Title:

Oude munten. [I] / [J.M. v. R.]

Source:

Overijsselsche Almanak voor Oudheid en Letteren 14 (1849) p. 123-132

 

Index:

Rhijn, Jan Matthijs van 1791-1860

Title:

Oude munten. [II] / [J.M. v. R.]

Source:

Overijsselsche Almanak voor Oudheid en Letteren 15 (1850) p. 63-72

 

Index:       

Rhijn, Jan Matthijs van 1791-1860

Title:

Oude munten. [III] / [J.M. v. R.]

Source:

Overijsselsche Almanak voor Oudheid en Letteren 16 (1851) p. 63-70

 

Index:

Rhijn, Jan Matthijs van 1791-1860

Title:

Oude munten. [IV] / [J.M. v. R.]

Source:

Overijsselsche Almanak voor Oudheid en Letteren 17 (1852) p. 169-175

 

Index:

Rhijn, Jan Matthijs van 1791-1860

Title:

Oude munten. [V] / [J.M. v. R.]

Source:

Overijsselsche Almanak voor Oudheid en Letteren 19 (1854) p. 183-190

 

Index:

Rhijn, Jan Matthijs van 1791-1860

Title:

Oude munten nabij Zwolle gevonden / [J.M. v. R.]

Source:

Overijsselsche Almanak voor Oudheid en Letteren 12 (1849) p. 241-247

 

Index:

Rietdijk, Arie

Title:

Waar is toch de muntschat van 1958 gebleven? / Arie Rietdijk sr.

Source:

Zutphen (2008) 3 p. 75-76

 

Index:

Roest, Theodorus Marinus 1832-1898

Title:

Muntvondst op de Zelhemsche heide / [Th.M. Roest]

Source:

Tijdschrift voor Munt- en Penningkunde 2 (1894) p. 108-129

 

Index:

Roest, Theodorus Marinus 1832-1898

Title:

Trouvaille de monnaies en Zélande / [Th. M. Roest]

Source:

Revue Belge de Numismatique 40 (1884) p. 211-219

 

Index:

Sarfatij, Herbert 1937-

Title:

Münzschatzgefäße in den Niederlanden. I: Die Periode 1190-1566 / Herbert Sarfatij

Source:

Berichten van de Rijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek 29 (1979) p. 491-526

 

Index:

Timmers, Jan

Title:

Bijzondere muntvondst De Mortel / Jan Timmers

Source:

Gemerts Heem 75 (2016) 2 (zomer) p. 1-2

 

Index:

Timmers, Jan

Title:

Oogst van gewijde grond : muntvondsten van Gemertse akkers / Jan Timmers

Source:

Gemerts Heem (2011) 4 p. 1-4

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

Catalog of the Sneek coin hoard (1955) : leeuwengroten / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2015

Abstract:

This paper is intended as a replacement for our original article on these coins: The Leeuwengroten of the Sneek Hoard (1955).

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

The coins of the Delft hoard (2004). Pt. 1 / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2015

Abstract:

95 silver, medieval coins found in the City of Delft in 2004, at least 88 of them leeuwengroten or half leeuwengroten from Flanders, Holland, Brabant etc.

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

The coins of the Dokkum (Klaarkamp) hoard (1932) / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2014

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul

Title:

The coins of the Dokkum (Klaarkamp) hoard (1932).  Addenda & errata / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2014

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

The leeuwengroten of the Amersfoort find (1991) / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2015

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

The leeuwengroten of the Rotterdam (‘Vlaardingen’ hoard (2005) / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2015

Abstract:

This medieval coin hoard containing 490 silver coins was discovered in 2005, and in the past 10 years no report has been written about it. This paper covers the 18 Flemish leeuwengroten found in the hoard.

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

The 'leeuwengroten of the Zutphen hoard (1958). Pt. 1: (A) / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2016

Abstract:

In mid-1958, a large hoard of gold and silver coins was found in the city of Zutphen in The Netherlands. Despite being one of the largest and most important medieval coin hoards ever found in The Netherlands, the hoard was never adequately documented before the majority of the coins were sold at auction by a private firm, only two years after the coins were uncovered.

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

The 'leeuwengroten of the Zutphen hoard (1958). Pt. 1: (B) / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2016

Abstract:

In mid-1958, a large hoard of gold and silver coins was found in the city of Zutphen in The Netherlands. Despite being one of the largest and most important medieval coin hoards ever found in The Netherlands, the hoard was never adequately documented before the majority of the coins were sold at auction by a private firm, only two years after the coins were uncovered.

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

The 'leeuwengroten of the Zutphen hoard (1958). Pt. 2: (C) / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2016

Abstract:

In mid-1958, a large hoard of gold and silver coins was found in the city of Zutphen in The Netherlands. Despite being one of the largest and most important medieval coin hoards ever found in The Netherlands, the hoard was never adequately documented before the majority of the coins were sold at auction by a private firm, only two years after the coins were uncovered.

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

The 'leeuwengroten of the Zutphen hoard (1958). Pt. 2: (D) / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2016

Abstract:

In mid-1958, a large hoard of gold and silver coins was found in the city of Zutphen in The Netherlands. Despite being one of the largest and most important medieval coin hoards ever found in The Netherlands, the hoard was never adequately documented before the majority of the coins were sold at auction by a private firm, only two years after the coins were uncovered.

 

Index:

Torongo, Paul A.

Title:

The 'leeuwengroten of the Zutphen hoard (1958). Addenda: DNB coins / Paul Torongo & Raymond van Oosterhout

Published:

[S.l. : the authors], cop. 2016

Abstract:

After publishing our report on the leeuwengroten of the Zutphen Hoard (1958) in the collection of the Stedelijk Museum Zutphen, we received a detailed list of the 83 coins from the hoard that are currently held by De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB).

 

Index:

Trimpe Burger, Jan Adriaan 1923-2008

Title:

Een muntschat uit de 13de eeuw te Zierikzee / [J.A. Trimpe Burger]

Source:

Berichten van de Rijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek 9 (1959) p. 302-303

 

Index:

Verhagen, Jacques H.

Title:

Vergeten muntvondsten uit West-Brabant / J.H. Verhagen

Source:

Brabants Heem 35 (1983) 2 p. 122-129

 

Index:

Voogt. Jacques H.

Title:

Vergeten muntvondsten uit West-Brabant / J.H. Verhagen

Source:

Brabants Heem 35 (1983) 2 p. 122-129

 

Index:

Westeringh, W. van de

Title:

Muntvondst Randwijk 1987 : enige historische gegevens over de vindplaats in Lakemond / [W. van de Westeringh]

Source:

Tabula Batavorum 8 (1990) 1 (februari) p. 2-5

 

Index:

Wijst, Martinus Adrianus van der 1934-

Title:

'Muntvondsten' in archiefstukken / [M. van der Wijst]

Source:

Het Land van Herle 42 (1992) 4 (oktober-december) p. 87-92

 

Index:

Willeboordse, Arco C.J. 1961-

Title:

Twaalf gouden dukaten uit Sluis / A.C.J. Willeboordse

Source:

Nehalennia 141 (herfst 2003) p. 2-8

 

Index:

Willeboordse, Arco C.J. 1961-

Title:

De zaak van de Sluise goudschat / A.C.J. Willeboordse

Source:

Zeeuws Tijdschrift 50 (2000) 6 p. 14-22

 

Index:

Wis, Jan C. van der 1938-

Title:

De muntschat Boterdiep, een weerspiegeling van de Groninger samenleving / Jan C. van der Wis

Source:

Hervonden Stad (2012) p. 109-132

 

Index:

Wis, Jan C. van der 1938-

Title:

Drie opmerkelijke muntjes uit de Folkingestraat / Jan C. van der Wis

Source:

Hervonden Stad (1997) p. 55-62

 

Index:

Wis, Jan C. van der 1938-

Title:

Geknipt om te betalen / Jan C. van der Wis

Source:

Hervonden Stad (2002) p. 83-88

 

Index:

Wis, Jan C. van der 1938-

Title:

De muntvondst van de Ossenmarkt / Jan C. van der Wis

Source:

Hervonden Stad (1998) p. 73-82

 

Index:

Wis, Jan C. van der 1938-

Title:

Vlinderkens uit de Ossenmarkt / J.C. van der Wis

Source:

Jaarboek voor Munt- en Penningkunde 83 (1996) p. 99-110

Abstract:

In 1996 a hoard of 21 minor silvercoins was found near the Ossenmarkt (Oxmarket) in the Dutch town of Groningen; among them 14 'flindriche' (vlinderkens) 1584-1585 of the German county East Friesland. They appeared to have played a substantial but doubtful part in circulation in the province of Groningen appeared to have played a substantial but doubtful part in circulation in the province of Groningen during the have played a substantial the first two decades of the 17th century.

 

Index:

Zuurdeeg, Hans 1941-

Title:

De muntvondst te St. Maartensdijk / J.P.B. Zuurdeeg

Source:

Nehalennia 45 (1982) p. 25-34