Medieval treasure discovered in North Yorkshire
This medieval treasure was discovered in North Yorkshire. Its age is determined by the age of the newest coin found in the treasure. This is approximately 1487.
The treasure counts 817 coins and dates back to the dawn of the Tudor epoch. Most of the coins were stricken in York which became a strategic town producing silver in industrial scale volumes. The town was under the reign of archbishop.
The coins reflect the pattern of war from he time of reigning of Henry the Sixth to the period of reigning of Edward the Fourth.
The treasure was of immense value for that time and it most likely belonged to a rich person who put it safely away during that troublesome time.