Small metal finds and coins were discovered on the Church Hill near Kisnémedi. Besides seven Prague groschen from the early 14th century the find included a Friesacher Pfennig, two rings and four bronze buckles. The dating of the small metal finds from the Church Hill fits perfectly into the preconceptions of the previous archaeological examinations. The earliest items are from the 13th, the latest from the 14–16th century. The buckle and ring types occurring among the finds are usual in the late medieval cemeteries and towns. The stray medieval coins, on the other hand, are not the types commonly placed in graves with the dead. As Vány was desolated during the 16th century, the supposed modern age coin is a lost item separate from the town.