Anglo Saxon Mints G

 

Gloucester

 
Image Description Notes

 

 

  • Cnut
  • 1024-1030
  • Penny
  • GODRIC ON CLEþEC
  • Pointed Helmet
  • BMC xiv; Hild. G
  • 1.02gm/18.00mm
  • S 1158
  • N 0787

 

 

SCBI#19-64

 

 

  • Edward the Confessor
  • 1048-1050              
  • Penny
  • GODRIC ON GLEþ
  • Short Cross, sm flan
  • BMC ii, Hild B
  • 1.01gm/14.78mm
  • S 1175
  • N 0818
  • EX: Mark Rasmussen

 

 

Gloucester; SCBI 42-Southeastern: 1169

 

Gothabyrig

Image Description Notes

 

 

  • Æthelred II
  • 1009-1017
  • Penny
  • þVLFMÆR ON GVÐA
  • Last Small Cross
  • BMC viii, Hild. E
  • 1.60gm/19.81mm
  • S 1154
  • N 0777
  • Found near Bialogard, Poland between 2010 and 2013

 

 


Gothabyrig; possible the only one of this mint/moneyer/type combination in private hands

 

 

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