Medieval silver cross with letter 'A' (for alpha) on one side and a symbol, possible 'omega', on the other. c.1200-1300 (purchased with a grant from The Art Fund 2007).
Thrymsa or Tremissis, a small gold coin dated mid 7th Century. Purchased for the museum with a grant from The Art Fund.
An incomplete silver denier of Geoffrey Plantagenet, Duke of Brittany, issued c.1175-1186 AD. This coin is a rare find in England. Geoffrey was one of the sons of king Henry II. With two of his brothers, Henry and Richard, and their mother queen Eleanor of Aquitaine he rebelled against the king in 1173-1174. Some of the fighting took place in Suffolk where the newly-built royal castle at Orford held out for the king, thus contributing to the eventual suppression of the rebellion.
A foreign silver Medieval coin, an obole from an anonymous issue of the Bishops of Cahors dating to the late-13th to early-14th centuries AD, found locally.
A complete two-piece silver eyelet of post medieval date found at Butley. c.1500-1700.