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Thursday, April 25, 2024

A couple from the UK discovers 1,000 old coins under the kitchen floor.

UK Couple Finds OLD Coins

A couple from the UK discovers 1,000 old coins under the kitchen floor.

The likelihood of finding priceless artifacts during home renovations is minimal, but it never happens. A couple in England experienced a similar situation when they discovered many coins under their kitchen floorboards that appeared to be centuries old.

Robert and Betty Fuchs discovered a cache of coins from the 17th century beneath their kitchen while remodeling their Dorset home. Further details reveal that their residence is a 17th-century cottage in West Dorset, Southern England, known as South Poorton Farm. In 2019, the couple purchased the home.

They intended to remove their kitchen's concrete floor in order to install a higher ceiling as part of the makeover. Thus, Robert discovered a complete porcelain pot containing 1000 priceless coins that were roughly 400 years old while breaking through the floor. Following their discovery, the couple called the authorities in the area and brought the coins to the British Museum for examination and cleaning.

Betty described how they found the coins, saying, "My husband called one evening while he was digging with a pick axe to say they found something." He filled a pail with all of the coins. She continued by saying that the coins would still be buried if they hadn't chosen to remodel the floor.

The British Museum estimates that these coins date back to 1642 and 1644, during the English Civil War, according to the Duke's Auctioneers website. It was discovered that these 1029 coins belonged to King James I and King Charles I. Coins from Queen Mary I's reign and silver shillings from Elizabeth I are also included in the collection.

According to the sources, on April 23, the couple put these coins up for auction. They got Rs 62.88 lakh for the sale. At a price of Rs 5.17 lakh, King Charles I's gold coins sold for the most money. A collector paid Rs 2.80 lakh for King James 1 silver coins from 1621.

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