A friend and I visited a new farm, which resulted in some beautiful Viking artifacts, some of them must be considered as art even at the time they were made.
The film contains far more finds than I have posted pictures of, partly because I do not want to post pictures of my friend's finds, but...
Metaldetecting in north of Norway (North of the Arctic Circle). Using XP-Deus.
Bad weather means some wind noise, sorry for that.
Cob 2 reales. Philip III, 1578 - 1621 (Spain)
S (Seal matriks for) † Tord † Kellson
In the film I say that the coin is by King Olav Kyrre, but it is from his father King Olav Hardrade 1046-1066.
The needle I think is Russian from the early 1800s after the discovery of Russian coins and seals, could it be a form of Fabri's egg?
The law in Norway states that all coins older than 1650 are the property of the state, as are artifacts older than 1537. Such discoveries are important for research and understanding of society in earlier times. Such discoveries are also our common property. The state pays fines for such...
23 silver coins in the potato field, 4 of them were older in 1650 and are delivered to the museum as required by law in Norway. The 19 coins I can keep are from the years between 1650 and 1809.
Archbishop Olav Engelbregtsson 1523-1537 (Norway)
King Hans 1481-1513 (Denmark)