Dating in high wycombe
and included Edward 1 pennies dating back to between 12.
Metal detectorist John Ward was credited with finding the first coin.
NEWPORT County AFC have made changes to its ticket policy for the upcoming FA Cup match against Tottenham Hotspur amidst "exceptionally high sales".
Fans were seen queuing for hours outside Rodney Parade on Thursday to try and secure tickets for the match on Saturday January 27.
But County say that it cannot guarantee tickets to anyone purchasing Crawley tickets today.
A statement on the club website reads: "Following an exceptionally high level of sales in the past 24 hours for the Club’s match against Crawley Town on Friday January 19, the club has suspended ticket sales for this fixture until 10am on Friday January 12.
The Hyndburn and Ribble Valley Metal Detecting Club, which has been running for about 18 months, discovered the haul at a farm in Sawley.
Some of the coins date from Roman Times, the Bronze Age and Medieval era.
Fellow member Andrew Smith, 46, Henthorn Road, Clitheroe, said: “It’s the fact we discovered 29 in the field that made this so unusual and unique.
If it is then the company is planning a recruitment campaign to hire a range of positions from managers to customer service and kitchen workers.