|A collection of rare coins dating back 2,500 years have been uncovered in a study desk drawer at a 14th century castle in Kent.
The unique hoard of 186 coins that came from as far away as China and Syria was discovered by volunteers searching for photographs at Scotney Castle in Lamberhurst, near Tunbridge Wells.
The collection includes Greek coins from the seventh century BC and Roman coins from the late second century BC. The majority of the collection features Roman coins from the late second century BC to the fourth century AD.|
The cache of coins was discovered hidden in the back of a dusty drawer by National Trust staff who had no idea they were there