Middle Anglo Saxon

 

Wulfred

Archbishop of Canterbury c.805-c.832
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  • 810-815
  • Penny
  • SAEBE[RHT MONE]TA
  • Group II transitional monogram
  • 0.91gm/15.50mm
  • S 0888
  • N 0240
  • Found Fall of 2008 near York

 

 

Canterbury; Die match to EMC 2001.0559

 

 

  • 810-815
  • Penny
  • SAEBE[RHT M]ONETA
  • Group II; transitional monogram
  • 1.03gm/18.10mm
  • S 0888
  • N 0240
  • Found near Oxford, Oxfordshire; EMC 1999.0153

 

 

Canterbury; SCBI 1-Fitzwilliam:438; EMC 200I. 1148; EMC 1999.0153(this coin)

 

Ceolnoth

Archbishop of Canterbury 27 August 833-4 February 870
Wikipedia entry for Ceolnoth
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  • c.855-856
  • Penny
  • [H]EBE[C]A MONE[TA]
  • Group III
  • 0.62mm/19.00mm
  • S 894
  • N 245
  • EX: St. James Auction 11(8 May 2009), lot 15

 

 

Moneyer known mostly for Ceolnoth and Alfred the Great

 

 

Offa

King of Mercia c.757-c.796
Wikipedia entry for Offa
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  • 765-792
  • Penny
  • TIR[VVAL]D
  • Light coinage
  • 0.63gm/16.80mm
  • S 0904
  • N 275/1
  • Found near Blandford Forum, Dorset, between March 2008 and March 2009

 

 

Match to EMC 2004.0070; Possibly the third known from these dies, see note with above EMC entry.

 

 

Coenwulf

King of Mercia c.796-c.821
Wikipedia entry for Coenwulf
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  • c.810-c.821
  • Penny
  • OBA + MON + ETA
  • Cross Moline
  • BMC 69
  • 1.25gm/18.10mm
  • S 0915
  • N 0352

 

 

Canterbury; SCBI 1-Fitzwilliam: 399, 400, SCBI 2-Glasgow: 340, SCBI 21-Yorkshire: 955

 

 

Beornwulf

King of Mercia c.823-825
Wikipedia entry for Beornwulf
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  • c.823-825
  • Penny
  • [EACG]A MONETO
  • BMC 114; Be 2-4; Type II
  • 0.80gm/14.20mm
  • S 0929
  • N 0397

 

 

Possibly less than 50 coins of this reign are known to exist and of those less than ten of this moneyer. Probable die dupicates of EMC 2001.1240 and EMC 1992.0260.

 

 

Burgred

King of Mercia 852-874
Wikipedia entry for Burgred.
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  • 852-874
  • Penny
  • [H]EAELF
  • Lunette a, BMC 140-402
  • 0.68gm/13.10mm
  • S 0938
  • N 0423

 

 

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  • 863-868
  • Penny
  • VVINE
  • Lunette c, BMC 140-402
  • 1.25gm/19.80mm
  • S 0940
  • N 0425
  • Ex R.P. Mack Collection; P.W.P. Carlyon-Britton Collection; 1882 London Waterloo Bridge Find

 

 

SCBI 20-Mack:628(this coin); See N. Heywood, ‘The Kingdom and Coins of Burgred,’ in BNJ III (1906), p. facing 59, coin 12. This might be the same coin or at least a die duplicate.

 

 

  • 852-874
  • Penny
  • DVDDA
  • Lunette d
  • 0.80gm/19.20mm
  • S 0941
  • N 0426
  • EX: Lloyd Bennett

 

 

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Æthelstan I

King of East Anglia c.825-845
Wikipedia entry for ÆÐelstan I
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  • 827-845
  • Penny
  • TORHTHLEM(Ipswich?)
  • BMC 8(16)
  • 1.18gm/19.30mm
  • S 0950
  • N 0440
  • EX; Spink NC, July 1987, lot 4364; EMC 1987.1002

 

 

EMC 1987.1002(this coin)

 

 

Æthelweard

King of East Anglia c.845-854
Wikipedia entry for ÆÐeleard
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  • c.845-854
  • Penny
  • EAD[MV]N
  • BMC 25
  • 0.88gm/20.30mm
  • S 0953
  • N 0450
  • Found near Ely, Cambridgeshire; EMC 2006.0380

 

 

SCBI 50-St Petersburg I:126; EMC 2006.0380(this coin)

 

 

Eadmund the Martyr

King of East Anglia c.855-869
Wikipedia entry for Eadmund
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  • c. 855-869
  • Penny
  • TþICGA MON
  • BMC 82
  • 1.28gm/20.00mm
  • S 0955
  • N 0462

 

 

 

 

 

Æthelwulf

 


King of Wessex c.839-c.856

Wikipedia entry for Æthelwulf

 

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  • 838-c.843?
  • Penny
  • M[ANNA MO]NET
  • Phase 1, Non Portrait
  • 0.51gm/11.00mm
  • S 1044
  • N 0596
  • Found near Ampney Crucis, near Cirencester, Gloucestershire before December 2011

 

 

Canterbury; die match to SCBI 24 - West Country: 376; SCBI 30 - American: 282

 

 

  • c.848-c.851
  • Penny
  • [VVE]LHEARDMO
  • Phase III, BMC i
  • 1.04gm/18.90mm
  • S 1049
  • N 0614
  • Found in Suffolk before 2007

 

 

Minted at Rochester, scarce moneyer

 

 

  • c.852-c.858
  • Penny
  • [E]ÐELNOÐ
  • Phase IV, BMC xvii
  • 0.79gm/20.80mm
  • S 1051
  • N 0618
  • EX: Patrick Finn; Single coin find at what latter turned out to be a Viking grave in East Anglia, July 1982

 

 

SCBI 1-Fitzwilliam:528

 

Aelfred The Great

 

King of Wessex 23 April 871 – 26 October 89

Wikipedia entry for Alfred the Great

 

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  • 880-899
  • Penny
  • VVLFRED
  • Third Coinage
  • Two Line
  • BMC xiv, xv, xvii
  • 1.02gm/19.20mm
  • S 1066
  • N 0639
  • Found in Cambridgeshire before January 2010

 

 

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Edward The Elder

 


King of Wessex 899-924

Wikipedia entry for Edward the Elder

 

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  • 899-924
  • Penny
  • RÆGENVLF M-O
  • Two Line type,, BMC ii, Early II
  • 1.56gm/22.00mm
  • S 1087
  • N 0649
  • Winchester dies

 

 

SCBI 6-Edinburgh: 99, scarce moneyer

 

Eadmund

King of Wessex 939-946

Wikipedia entry for Edward the Eadmund

 

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  • 939-946
  • Penny
  • BERHTRED MO
  • Two-Line (H): HT 1
  • 1.06gm/21.20mm
  • S 1105
  • N 0688
  • Found near Kings Lynn, Norfolk; EMC 2007.0168 & 2007.0261

 

 

The coin has two EMC numbers, EMC 2007.0168 & 2007.0261.

 

 

  • 939-946
  • Penny
  • FVGEL MONEN
  • Two-Line (H): HT 1
  • 1.34gm/21.00mm
  • S 1105
  • N 0688

 

 

SCBI 34-BM: 390-391, very scarce moneyer

 

Eadred

 


King of all England 946-955

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  • 946-955
  • Penny
  • BERNVC MO
  • Two-line Horizontal; HR 2
  • 1.33gm/22.00mm
  • S 1113
  • N 0708

 

 

So far unrecorded reverse inscription. See also BMC(Keary & Grueber) Eadred #17 which is similar and thus this coin could be from the moneyer Bernard or Burnard.

 

 

  • 946-955
  • Penny
  • CLA[C ]MONETA[ MON]ET
  • Bust Crowned Without Mint
  • 0.90gm/19.90mm
  • S 1115
  • N 0713
  • Found Manningtree, near Essex; EMC 2007.0166

 

 

SCBI 34-BM:697; EMC 2007.0166(this coin)

 

Eadgar

 


King of Mercia 957-959

King of all England 959-975

Wikipedia entry for Eadgar.
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  • 959-972
  • Penny
  • EANVLF MO
  • Two-Line(H): HT 1
  • 0.93gm/19.72mm
  • S 1129
  • N 0741

 

 

SCBI 6-Edinburgh:391-7; SCBI 27-Lincolnshire: 1693-1694; SCBI 34-BM: 905-906

 

 

  • 959-973
  • Penny
  • HERIGER
  • Two-Line (H): HT 1, BMC i; Brooke 1
  • 1.27gm/20.30mm
  • S 1129
  • N 0741
  • EX: Dr. Busso Peus Nachf. Auction 400(22 April 2010), lot 1135

 

 

Possibly a York moneyer; SCBI 6-Edinburgh:439; SCBI 6-Edinburgh:440

 

 

  • 959-973
  • Penny
  • INGOLF
  • Two-Line (H): HT 1; BMC i; Brooke 1
  • 1.25gm/20.50mm
  • S 1129
  • N 0741
  • North Eastern Moneyer

 

 

SCBI 6-Edinburgh:458; SCBI 34-BM:941

 

 

  • 959-973
  • Penny
  • SAYDTINC
  • Bust Crowned
  • BMC V, BC
  • 1.16gm/21.50mm
  • S 1138
  • N 0750
  • East Anglia style portrait

 

 

SCBI 34-BM:1182; Very rare Saxon Moneyer, only one coin in the Sylloge or EMC of this moneyer.

 

 

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