PenniesAethelred II (2) Last Small Cross type S.1157 Winchester Mint, moneyer Willem VF with some peck marks, Crux type S.1148 VF, Canterbury Mint, moneyer Lifinc, holed, with a small amount of light showing through around the N of CENT
PenniesHenry III (4) Long Cross, Canterbury Mint, Short Cross (3) London Mint (1) and Canterbury Mint (2) one with the coin having flipped during the minting process with some of the legends on the opposite side, VG to Fine
Halfcrowns to Halfpennies a wide ranging group (45) Halfcrowns Charles I (2) S.2776 mintmark Triangle, S.2777 mintmark Star, Shillings (11) Edward VI Fine Silver Issue S.2482 mintmark y, Elizabeth I (4) Second issue S.2555 mintmark Cross Crosslet, Sixth Issue (2) S.2577 mintmark Key, S.2577 mintmark Tun, Seventh Issue S.2584 mintmark 1, James I (2) Second Coinage S.2655 Fourth Bust, mintmark Bell, Second Coinage 1607 Fifth Bust S.2656 mintmark Grapes, Charles I (4) Group E, S.2797 mintmark Triangle, Group F, larger bust S.2799 mintmark Triangle in Circle, Group G (under Parliament) S.2800 mintmark Sun (2) one struck on an uneven flan, Sixpences (9) Elizabeth I (5) 1562 S.2560 mintmark Pheon, 1562 Milled Issue (2) S.2595 mintmark Star, S.2596 mintmark Star, 1567 Milled Issue S.2599, Small Bust, mintmark Lis, 1579 Fifth Issue S.2572 Mintmark Greek Cross, James I (2) First Coinage, First Bust 1603 S.2647 mintmark Thistle, Fourth Bust S.2658 mintmark Coronet, Charles I Group D, no inner circles, S.2813 mintmark Bell, Charles II Third Issue S.3323 mintmark Crown, Groats (4) Edward IVLondon Mint, Light Coinage, Henry VIII Facing Bust issue S.2199 mintmark Pansy, Elizabeth I Second Issue, S.2556 mintmark Martlet, Charles II Third IssueS.3324 mintmark Crown, Threepences (2) Elizabeth I Fifth Issue 1569 S.2573 mintmark Coronet, Elizabeth I Fifth issue 1578 S.2573 mintmark Greek Cross, Halfgroats (7) Henry VI Calais Mint, Pinecone-Mascle issue S.1877 Mintmark Cross Patonce, Edward IV Canterbury Mint clipped, Henry VII Canterbury Mint S.2209 Mintmark Tun, Elizabeth I, Pellets behind Bust S.2579 mintmark Crescent, James I (3) Smaller Crown on Obverse S.2660 mintmark Trefoil, S.2659 mintmark Trefoil, S.2660 mintmark Thistle, Pennies (8) Henry III Long Cross (3), Henry III Short Cross (2), Edward I London Mint (3), Halfpennies (2) James I S.2663 (2) Near Fine to GVF the majority of the coins evenly struck and Fine or better, with some nearer VF than Fine, a pleasing group
Halfgroats (2) Henry VIII Second Coinage, Archbishop Warham, Canterbury Mint, WA beside shield S.2343 mintmark Cross Patonce Good Fine, Henry VIII Second Coinage, Canterbury Mint, Archbishop Warham, nothing by shield S.2344 mintmark 'uncertain mark' Fine
Hammered (4) Including a Henry III short cross penny, RAVF ON SANTA, Rauf at Bury St. Edmunds mint, Henry III long cross penny NICOLE ON CANT, Nicole at Canterbury mint, Edward I long cross penny, London mint, no stops on reverse, and a James IHalfgroat mintmark lis. Possibly some rare classes among them, condition generally around NVF.
Groats Henry VIII (3) Southwark Mint S.2371 (2) the first Fine or better with S and E in forks flan clipped at 10 o'clock, the second with S and S in forks Fine or better and toned, Posthumous issue in debased silverCanterbury MintS.2408 Fine the reverse toned
Hammered (3) Short cross pennies, Richard I Class 4a MENIR ON CANT, pelleted beard and crescent hair, Canterbury mint (S.1348a, N.968/1) AF or better, off-struck but with some pleasing russet tones, PennyJohn Class 5c ABEL ON LVNDE, letter E with spur and x of 2 thin strokes in saltire, London mint (S.1353, N.974/1) NVF with pleasing old collection toning, Penny Henry III Class 8c NICHOLE ON LVN, cross pommee as initial mark, London mint (S.1357C, N.981/3) weakly struck on one half of the flan, otherwise GF or better
PennyAethelred II Crux Type EADPOLD MO CAENT Eadwold at Canterbury Mint (B.M.C. IIIa, No.18, N.770, S.1148) VF but a large striking crack which runs across the bust. A few pecks. c.f. SCBI 1 Fitzwilliam, No.651.
PennyOffa Light coinage EHEL NOT (Ethelnoth) Canterbury Mint (N.286 var, CEB 53 var S.904 var) VF with some light porosity. Dark surface mark to obverse. Extremely rare, especially without chips or cracks as so often seen with Offa pennies. This sub-variety differs from those referenced in having a solid bar which divides the moneyers name. Possibly unpublished
PennyAethelred I Series A Canterbury mint B.M.C. I S.1055North 622Wessex lunettes moneyers name in three lines, moneyer Berheah Ex-Bagnall, Ex-Shand, Ex-Carlyon-Britton , found by Waterloo Bridge 1883, weight 1.0 grammes, VF with a small edge chip and some surface cracks, Very Rare Refer to SCBI 1 Fitzwilliam, No.538 for a similar example
Hammered (4) An interesting group which represents the transition from short cross to cross and pellets coinage in England during the 13th century, PennyJohn Class 5c SIMON ON CAN Canterbury mint (N,971, S.1352) GF, very slight flan loss but a clear portrait, Penny Henry III Class 5a RICARD ON LVND London mint (N.991/2, S.1367),VF and nicely toned, flan slightly crimped and the reverse a little off struck, Penny Edward I Class VI IOH ON SEINTED Bury St. Edmunds mint (N.1001, S.1377) Fine, the crude portrait mostly clear, probably from the Colchester hoard, Penny Edward I Class 4d with pellet at beginning of Obv. and rev. legend Canterbury mint (N.1026, S.1419) GF and toned
PennyHenry III Short Cross 3 curls on either side of portrait, no pellets in curls S.1355A type 6c North 979Canterbury mint, moneyer Samuel, weight 1.5 grammes, portrait NVF with some weaker areas in the legend (bought S.R.Porter 1982 £15)
PennyHenry III Long Cross without sceptreS.1361 Class 2 Obverse hENRICVS REX TERCI Canterbury mint, moneyer Nicole, weight 1.4 grammes, Good Fine with a planchet clip and some old thin scratches on the reverse (bought Tim Owen 1983 £14)
PennyAethelred II S.1151 Long Cross type Bareheaded bust left, the obverse reading +AEDELRAEDREXANGLOX with both AEs and NG ligate, Reverse GODPINEM.O.OCAENT with NE and AE ligate, Canterbury Mint, moneyer Godwine, a couple of surface marks , struck on a
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