PennyCoenwulf (796-821) from obverse dies Naismith E10.2F legend reads +CONVVLCVEXM, moneyer Lul, this different to all the other coins recorded of moneyer Lul (Naismith E10.2) VF and somewhat bent, comes with covering e-mail from Dr. Martin Allen of the Fitzwilliam Museum
ScotlandPennyWilliam I (The Lion) 1165-1214 Short Cross and Stars coinage, Phase B, S.5029 moneyers Hue and Walter together, Fine with a couple of small flan cracks, as part of a group (42) includes Roman and Ancient, many are detector finds or fragments, later coins 19th and 20th Century, in mixed lower grades
PennyWilliam I Paxs Type AEGLPINE ON HRF Hereford Mint (B.M.C. VIII, N.848, S.1257) VF or better, toned, pleasing, and rare. See SCBI Midlands 568-571, listed in E.M.C as moneyer Aethelwine but in North as Aegelwine. The cataloguer believes the latter to be the correct attribution.
Hammered (19) Study group of medieval, Tudor, and Stuart coinage of various denominations and in varying states (one pierced). Also includes a singular Norman detector find penny of William the Conqueror with a pleasing portrait but fractured. Viewing recommended.
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.
PennyWilliam II Voided Cross type B.M.C. III, No.206 S.1260North 853London Mint, moneyer Ordgar, 1.4 grammes, VF (bought Baldwin's 1983 £435) This moneyer is not represented for this type in the SCBI database
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
PennyWilliam the Conqueror Bonnet type B.M.C. II, No.167 (same dies) S.1251North 842York mint, moneyer Althurolf, weight 1.1 grammes, NVF (bought Torbay Coin Gallery 1983 £75) The pellet in the centre of the reverse cross is omitted on this die as noted in B.M.C. Norman Kings
PennyBurgred King of Mercia Reverse MONETA BEAGITE B.M.C. Type A S.938North 423 moneyer Beagstan lunettes unbroken, 1.0 grammes, NVF chipped around the rim (bought M.trenerry 1986 £85) Refer to SCBI 1 Fitzwilliam 408
PennyCnut Quatrefoil Type B.M.C. VIII, No.- S.1157 Winchester Mint AELFSTAN ON PINCS VF with a pleasing bust but cracked at 7 o' clock. Toned. Ex. Stephen Mitchell, R.P.Mack (w/ticket) bt. Spink Nov. '66, Duke of Argyll colln This piece is the plate coin featured in SCBI 20: R.P. Mack Collection, No.1082 and is therefore also featured in the Fitzwilliam Museum's Early Medieval Corpus as E.M.C.1020.1082.
Hammered group (28) SixpenceEdward VI About Fine, Groats Mary S.2492 Poor, Elizabeth I Second issue Good Fine, Threepence Elizabeth I 1569 mintmark Coronet Near Fine, Halfgroats (2) Elizabeth I mintmark Cross Crosslet Fine on an uneven flan, CommonwealthS.3221 Fine on an uneven flan, Pennies (16) William I PAXS About Fine with a large fragment about 20% missing, JohnCanterbury issue VG, Henry III London (2), Henry III Canterbury, Edward I Fine, Edward II NVF, Edward III Post Treaty Durham, Edward III Pre-Treaty 25% of flan missing Fair, Henry V York About Fine with missing fragment, Richard II York Near Fine, Henry VII Sovereign type Durham mint facing bust Good Fine, Henry VIII Sovereign type Durham Mint Bishop Wolsey TW beside shield Fine with some clipping, Henry VIII Posthumous issue fair, Elizabeth I without rose or date About Fine, clipped, Charles II Third issue About Fine, Halfpennies (4) Edward I London Mint Fine, Henry II Cut HalfpennyS.1344 Fine, Edward III Second Coinage VG, Henry VI Leaf-Trefoil issue Fine/Good Fine, Farthings (2) Edward I London Mint Good Fine, Edward II London Mint Fine
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