Engraving (Printing Process)
Saucer, or stand of Kimmeridge coal. Found at Povington, Dorset.
Length of the original, 5½ inches, depth of the saucer ½ inch.
XVI. p. 299
Reference (free text)
'Proceedings at the Meetings of the Archaeological Institute', Archaeological Journal 16 (1859): 299-302.
Illustration (Engraving), p. 299.
Report by Rev John Austen on 'Kimmeridge coal money' found on the isle of Purbeck. Povington, excavated by Austen, was found to be one of the manufacturing sites for lathe-turned shale rings, bracelets, etc.