This rounded ingot terminal (CM.1800-2008) was cut from a larger rectangular ingot. Though rarer than hacksilver, this gold ingot formed part of the bullion currency used by Vikings in England and may be associated with their winter camp in Torksey.
- circa 800 — 1000
- Viking Objects
- The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
- Currency, Danelaw Saga, gold, hackgold, Torksey, Viking
You can see the original at The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.