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250 silver coins from the Sigsarve hoard, which contained a total of 1,391 coins. Almost all imported from England, Germany and the Caliphate. These three groups of coins were the most common ones in circulation in Viking Age Scandinavia. The coins are part of a hoard find from Sigsarve, Hejde Parish, Gotland.

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Object number: 106700_HST

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