Anglo Saxon Moneyers M

 

 

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  • Edward theConfessor
  • 1050-1053
  • Penny
  • MORCEREE ON EDMUN
  • Expanding Cross, Heavy
  • BMC Vb
  • 1.45gm/20.73mm
  • S 1177
  • N 0823
  • EX: Mark Rasmussen; DNW Auction 7-12-15,lot 821(unsold); DNW 12(21-3-1995),lot289(sold for £120);H.A.ParsonsCollection,Part 1,Sothebys,28 Oct-1 Nov 1929,lot 197; P.W.P.Carlyon-BrittonCollection,Part 1 Sothebys,7-21 Nov 1913,lot599(part)

 

 

BurySt.Edmunds; SCBI 18-Copenhagen: 801

 

 

  • Cnut
  • 1024-1030
  • Penny
  • MOROLF ON STA
  • Pointed Helmet
  • BMC xiv; Hild. G
  • 0.93gm/18.40mm
  • S 1158
  • N 0787

 

 

Stamford; This moneyer known only for this mint and reign; very rare variety with the cross on the neck and two extra pellets on the reverse. No other examples in the Sylloge or EMC. One was sold by CNG, Auction 58, lot 1824, same mint and type but moneyer was Ædwine. Another was sold by DNW, Auction 63, lot 207, same mint and type but moneyer was Leofric.

 

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Early Anglo Saxon | Northumbria and the Archbishops of York | Middle Anglo Saxon | Viking Invaders | Æthelred II | Cnut | Harold I | Edward The Confessor

 

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