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Edward the Confessor, Silver Penny, Pointed Helmet Type, York, Winterfugal (Rare Moneyer) 1053-1056
Obverse:Helmeted, bearded and draped bust right, cross-tipped sceptre in front, +EDP[AR]D REI
Reverse: Voided short cross with pelle-tin-annulet centre and triple crescent ends; annulet in fourth quarter, +PINTERFVOGL [ON EO?]
Cnut, Silver Penny, Quatrefoil Type, Thetford Mint, Tidred, AD 1016-35
Obverse: CNVT REX ANGLORVM, crowned bust left
An unusual varient with the die maker starting the legend at 6 o'clock
Reverse: Voided cross over quatrefoil, legend around, +TIDRED MO DEOD. Large pellet in one quarter, third D with thorn
Dated approx 1017-23. 0.83g, 18.5mm
Grade: Full round flan in mint state, beautiful!
Prov: Ex Lockdales, previously Baldwin's, 2016, and before that London Coins, 2003. Lockdales notes that only 12 Tidred coins known for Thetford, a die match for those of the Cambridge hoard found in 1993.
Ref: Spink 1157
£590 (+P&P to UK, other locations please ask first)
Reverse: Voided long cross, pellet to centre, legend around, SIB PINE M.OL VND
Grade: Extremely fine, slightly buckled
Prov: Ex a private Italian collector, previously Warsaw Numismatics Centre
Ref: Spink 1151, N774
£490 (+P&P to UK, other locations please ask first)
Reverse: Long voided cross, each limb terminating in three crescents, over a square with trefoils at each point, +LIFINC MON LVND
Grade: VF/VF+ but perforated at 7 oc'clock by peck mark
Ref: S1152, N775
Prov: Ex Bruun Rasmussen
£345 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask first) #140
Saxon, Edward the Confessor, Silver Penny, Pyramids Type, Spraelinc at Winchester (Rare Moneyer) 1065-1066
Obverse: Bust right, bearded and crowned, holding sceptre in front, EADWARD REX
Reverse: Short voided cross, in each angle a pyramid terminating in a pellet, +SPRMCLINC ON P (Spraelinc on Winchester)
Grade: AVF, split to flan at 11 o'clock.
Ref: S1184, N831
Note: This moneyer was spelt in various ways (also Sprarelinc and Spraclinc) and mainly worked from Winchester from the reign of Edward to William II.
£320 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask) #118
Offa's Dyke - It has not been archeologically proven when the large earth boundary was erected, but chroniclers of the time attribute the dyke to Offa and they have no reason to think otherwise. It was built along the English/Welsh border to prevent invasion and its remnants have been measured at being 64 miles long from one coast to the other.
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!
WAS £500 NOW £480 (+P&P to UK)
Ceolnoth - Little is know of his history until he became Archbishop of Canterbury in 833. His major preoccupation, however, were dealing with the Viking raids that continued, especially on isolated monestries and it is noted that there was a decline in the production of manuscripts during this period from disruption of the Scriptorums. He is recorded having founded the close co-operation between the post of Archbishop of Canterbury and the future Kings of England.
Reverse: EICMVN D MON in two lines with trefoil above, three crosses between [and possibly trefoil below]
21mm, 1.2 g. Ref:S1087, N649
Grade: VF+ but section missing.
Prov: Ex Timeline auctions, previously a Sussex collection, found Kent or Essex in 1990s.
£450 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations as first please)
Anglo-Saxon, Aethelstan (924-39) Circumscription Cross Double Obverse Half Fragment
Research shows that this coin fragment was originally sold by the prestigious numismatic auction house, 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.
Æthelstan or Athelstan was King of the Anglo-Saxons from 924 to 927 and King of the English from 927 to 939 when he died. Historians regard him as the first King of England and one of the greatest Anglo-Saxon kings
£150 (+P&P, non-UK locations please ask first)
Reverse: Small cross to centre, legend around, ADEL [-] NETA
Grade: VF+ a very rare piece even as a fragment
Ref: S1115, N 713, BM 695
Notes: 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!
Reverse: Voided short cross within beaded quatrefoil, in each quarter a fleur, legend around
Ref: N881, S 1282
£260 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask)
Reverse: ELFRED O[ ], cross botonnée over quadrilateral with incurved sides, annulet at centre
Ref: S1254, N 845
Grade: AVF, with good clear reverse legend
Prov: Ex DNW
The moneyer, AEfred, was active at the Canterbury mint and it would seem feasible that this would be the mint.
£230 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask)
Grade: VF large fragment with peripheral weakness. VERY RARE. 0.89g
Prov: Ex DNW, comes with PAS research for this coin