Metal detector finds PenniesHenry VIYork (2) one creased, another two Pennies too low grade for identification, Denarius of Commodus another of Gordian III and another low grade Roman, along with a Magnentius bronze Centenionalis with large Christogram reverse this corroded VF, and an artefact reported to be an Anglo Saxon strap end, viewing recommended, bought as seen
Ar penny. Anglo-Saxon. Kings of Wessex. Alfred the Great. 871-899. Third coinage, struck circa 880. London mint. Obv; ÆLF RED RE X (X in right field), diademed bust right. Rev; Londonia monogram; cross of wedges above, cross of four pellets. Spink 1061. Good detail with a dark tone but a slight ragged edge. RARE. 1.15g. 18mm. NEF.
Sceat Early Anglo Saxon Period silver Series X radiate Wodan Head with chevron beard, monster in flight reverse looking back with gaping jaws Type 31, Spink 797 1.07 grms diameter 11.98 mm Good VF and pleasing
Ar sceat. Anglo-Saxon. C, 710-725. Series J, type 85. Mint in Northumbria. Obv; Diademed head right. Rev; Outline bird right on cross; quatrefoil to right of bird, annulets flanking cross. Spink 802. Good detail and silver. 1.25g 12mm. EF
Ar sceat. Anglo-Saxon. C, 680-710. Series B var. Obv; Diademed head right, cross before. Rev; Bird right on cross; annulets flanking cross with pellets below. Spink 777b var. Good detail with earthy surface deposits. 1.17g 12mm.VF
Primary Sceatta Early Anglo-SaxonKentish type S.776 Bird type, Obverse Diademed bust right, Reverse bird on cross with annulet on end of each horizontal arm, weight 1.2 grammes, VF with an edge chip (bought Glendinings Auction November 1985 £55)
Primary Sceatta Early Anglo-Saxon South-Eastern type S.779 BMC 2b series C2 Obverse Radiate bust right, Reverse four crosses around standard, weight 1.1 grammes, Good Fine and pleasing (bought C.J.Martin 1984 £110)
Ar sceat. Anglo-Saxon. Primary Sceattas. C, 680-710 AD. Series B type. Obv; Diademed head right. Rev; Bird right on cross pattée; annulets in upper quarters, cross before. Spink 777a. Dark tone. 1.18g. 12mm. NVF
Sceat. Early Anglo-Saxon period. Ar Sceat. Type 18. C, 600-775. Obv; Bust right cross before. Rev; Standing figure in crescent boat holding cross and bird. Spinks 804f var. Silver a little base but nice surfaces. RARE. NVF.
Mixed group of 4 Hammered silver coins. 1 Anglo-Saxon Ar Sceat. Celtic cross group with two standing figures. Spinks 822 var. 1 Anglo-Saxon base Ar Sceat. Type 15. Standing figure holding two crosses. Spinks 804c. 1 Edward I penny, London mint and a Edward IIIHalfgroat also London mint. Mixed grades and conditions Fine to G Fine 
Anglo-SaxonNorthumbriasilverSceat Eadberht (737-758) as S.847 Reads EDT BEREhTVT, reverse a stylized stag. Well struck and well-centred, Good EF with only minor friction to the highest points, a choice example and very hard to find in this high grade. Ex-Lockdales 28/3/2004
PennyAnglo-Saxon. Wulfred Archbishop of Canterburysilver group II, transitional monogram, Obv. facing bust with large pellet each side of face. R. monogram of DOROBERNIA. Moneyer Saeberht. North 240. S.888. Extremely rare. Attractive very fine or better, but with slight chipping to top edge and a stress crack to inner circle. Wavy flan.
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