The Bossall-Flaxton Hoard
Image from Viking.org.
The hoard was discovered in 1807 close to the boundary between the parishes of Bossal and Flaxton. It consisted of coin, bullion and an arm ring in a leaden box.
There were c. 270 Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Viking coins. There was at least one coin of Athelstan, and several of Edward the Elder, but most were Anglo-Viking coins, most being of the St Peter series.
Viking Age Hoards Viking Age Hoards in Britain 1 - The Ainsbrook Hoard 2 - The Ballaquayle Hoard 3 - The Bedale Hoard 4 - The Bossall Flaxton Hoard 5 - The Bryn Maelgwyn Hoard 6 - The Cuerdale Hoard 7 - The Furness Hoard 8 - The Galloway Hoard 9 - The Glenfaba Hoard 10 - The Goldsborough Hoard 11 - The Halton Moor Hoard 12 - The Huxley Hoard 13 - The Penrith Hoard 14 - The Silverdale Hoard 15 - The Skaill Hoard, Orkney 16 - The Vale of York Hoard 17 - The Warton Hoard 18 - The Watlington Hoard