METAL-detecting enthusiasts could soon be coining it in after discovering a hoard of silver Roman cash dating back 1,500 years.
The find of 75 silver coins and 10 bronze, dating back to the year 355, was made on farmland near Filey.
They were issued during the reign of several Roman emperors, including Julian, Valentinian and Valens.
The discovery was officially confirmed as treasure by Scarborough coroner Michael Oakley at a special inquest. That means the British Museum Trust has "first refusal" on the find.
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