Up to and including Harold II, 1066 - Click on the image to enlarge
ALL COINS COMES WITH ITS OWN CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
Celtic, Trinovantes & Catuvellauni,
Silver unit, Epaticcus eagle type. Head of Hercules, right, wearing lion skin. Eagle standing right on serpent, head left with wings spread; pellet in annulet to upper right.
ABC1346, S356. VF+ £230 (P&P FREE)
Celtic, Durotriges, Uninscribed Silver Quarter Stater, 45-40BC, 12mm, 0.77g
Typical later variety with weak obverse creasent design. Reverse zig-zag pattern decorated with pellet in annulet design. Good metal and lustrous. Scarce variety. S368. Grade VF+.
£70 (P&P FREE)
Celtic, Durotriges, Uninscribed Silver Quarter Stater, 45-40BC, 11.9mm, 0.85g
Typical later variety with weak obverse creasent design. Reverse zig-zag pattern decorated with pellet in annulet design. Some wear, dark tone. Scarce variety. S368. Grade VF.
£50 (P&P FREE to UK)
Celtic, Durotriges, Uninscribed Silver Quarter Stater, 40-20BC, 12mm, 0.85g
Starfish design with five arms, pelleted lines between arms. Reverse, thick zig-zag line pattern, pellets in annulets around. ABC2220, S369. Grade VF and toned.
£60 (P&P FREE to UK)
Celtic, Central Europe, Boii, Silver Obol, 1stC BC, Roseldorff II Type
Plain on obverse, reverse has a stylised horse, left; omega shaped symbol with central pellet, pellets above. Grade Very Fine. 10mm, 0.65g.
£50 (P&P FREE to UK)
Anglo-Saxon, Archbishop Ceolnoth Penny Fragment, LIABIN - Extremely RARE
Facing bust, inscribed open cross type, Canterbury, 854-64AD. Compare to Naismith 817-820.
Full flan weighs approx 1.3g this fragment weighs 0.26g, 14mm. Full flan auction value £2000-£5000!
£500 (P&P FREE)
Anglo-Saxon, Aethelstan (924-39) Circumscription Cross Double Obverse Half Fragment
Research shows that this coin fragment was originally sold by Spink in 2015. The double obverse type is very rare and therefore may be an interesting contemporary imitation. Grade Very Fine but with a crack to top of flan. S1092
£150 (P&P FREE to UK)
Anglo-Saxon, Eadred (946-955AD) Large Penny Fragment, Crowned Bust Type, East Anglian Style
This very rare coin fragment shows a bold, almost complete portrait of Eadred. It is extremely well struck and at full flan would cost over £6000! £450 (P&P FREE)
Anglo-Saxon, Cnut, Silver Penny, Quatrefoil Type, Canterbury, Windaeg, SCARCE
Late Anglo-Saxon, Stephen (1135-54), Local Eastern Variant During Civil War
Many of these coins were disfigured with cancellation marks or due to political statement! Our example is probably from Lincoln with crowned bust right holding sceptre; rev cross with lis in each angle. S1289. Grade VF large fragment with peripheral waekness. VERY RARE. 0.89g.
£220 (P&P FREE)