Later Anglo-Saxon and Norman coinage may be found here.
ALL COINS COMES WITH ITS OWN CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
Anglo Saxon Secondary Phase Silver Sceat, Type 37 'York' 710-760, Series J
Anglo Saxon Secondary Phase Silver Sceat, Type 85 'York' 710-760, Series J
Reverse: Victory seated, right, holding bowl or cup in hand with CVNO below.
Grade: Fine, silver rather crystelline (this confirms age) and stable
Ref: S303 var, ABC2855 var, a very rare variant
Prov: Found Essex or Kent 1990s.
£170 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations ask first)
Rev: Cross with V in two quarters and three annulets in the others, all within a circle of dots.
Grade: VF+, slightly porous
Prov: ex Leu Numismatics, formerly from a Swiss collection
Grade: Extremely fine, well struck and very complete for issue
Prov: Ex Roma Numismatics, previously Fritz Kunker & Co
Notes: The Belgae were a tribe in the Hampshire area in ancient Britain. They are named after the Roman name for Winchester 'Venta Belgarum' 'market place of the Belgae'. They didn't seem to continue minting into the 1st century, probably as they were integrated into the surrounding tribes such as the Regini and Atrebates.