PennyEdward the Elder, King of Wessex (899-924) Two-line type S.1087North 649 type HP1 moneyer name in two lines with three crosses between, and a pellet above and below, moneyer RAEGENVLF, VF with a surface flaw to the reverse, neatly clipped
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.
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
PennyEdward the Elder, King of Wessex Two-line type B.M.C. I, No.40 S.1087North 649 type HP1 moneyer name in two lines with three crosses between, and a pellet above and below, moneyer ECLAF VF with a slight edge break, and neatly repaired (bought C.J.Martin 1984 £95) Refer to SCBI 9 Ashmolean, No.299
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