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Seaby #1057Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex, Alfred the Great AR Penny. First coinage, lunette type, circa 871-875. Canterbury mint. AELBRED REX, diademed bust right / MON ETA in unbroken lunettes, with flanking pellets, above & below moneyer (DVNI or +DVDD).
Seaby 1057
Biarnulf
Alfred the Great King of Wessex. AD 871-899, AR Penny, 890-899, Canterbury. Moneyer Biarnulf. 1.18 g. Lunette coinage. 871-876. REX +AELBRED, diademed, mantled bust right / LF MO BIARNV NETA in three lines. Seaby 1057; North 625.TextImage
Seaby 1061Alfred the Great, King of Wessex. AD 871-899. AR Penny, 1.50g. BMC Type vi. AELFRED REX, diademed, mantled bust right / LONDI (Londonia) monogram, cross above, four dots below. Spink 1061; BM 140.TextImage
Seaby 1062Kings of Wessex, Alfred the Great AR Penny. London mint, struck ca 886 AD. Third Coinage, London monogram type. + AFLFR-ED REX, diademed, draped bust right / TILEVINE MONETA above and beneath large, central Londonia monogram, North 646; BMC 116.
Seaby 1066
Cudberht
Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex, Alfred the Great AR Penny. Third coinage, ca 880-899 AD. London mint; Cudberht, moneyer. +ÆL FR ED RE, cross pattée / CVDB ERHT, \ . \ between. North 636.
Seaby 1066
Cuthwulf
Alfred the Great, King of Wessex. AD 871-899, AR Penny 1.49g, Third coinage, 880-99, BMC type xiv, moneyer Cuthwulf. +EL FR ED RE around cross pattée with dot in centre within inner circle / CVD VVLF in two lines, dot in centre of field with trefoils at the periphery. SCBI 9 Ashmolean 257; North 637; Seaby 1066.TextImage
Seaby 1066
Dudig
Alfred the Great, King of Wessex. AD 871-899, AR Penny, 890-899, Moneyer Dudig. 1.57 g. +AELFRED RE around small cross pattée / DVDIG MON in two lines, four dots in the form of a cross to left and right. Seaby 1066; North 637; BMC 264.TextImage
Seaby 1066
Ethelwine
Alfred the Great, King of Wessex. AD 871-899, AR Penny 1.48g, 890-99, BMC type xiv, moneyer Ethelwine, Canterbury. +EL FR ED RE around cross pattée within inner circle / EDELV IN M in two lines, rectangular pattern at lower right, dot below. North 635; Seaby 1066.TextImage
Seaby 1069
Cuthbeorht
Alfred the Great, King of Wessex. AD 871-899, AR Penny, 890-899, London. Moneyer Cuthbeorht. +AELFRED RE around small cross pattée / CVDB ERHT in two lines, three dots to left and right. Seaby 1069; BMC 231; North 638.TextImage
Seaby 1069
Dunninc
Alfred the Great, King of Wessex. AD 871-899, AR Penny, 890-99, Canterbury. Moneyer Dunninc. +ELFRED REX DORO around small cross pattée / DVNNI NC M in two lines, rectangular pattern to right, dot below. Seaby 1069; BMC 19; North 638.TextImage
Seaby 1069
Ethelstan
Alfred the Great, King of Wessex. AD 871-899, AR Penny 1.58g, 890-99, Canterbury. Moneyer Ethelstan. +ALFRED REX DOM around small cross pattée / EDELST AN M in two lines, pattern of five dots below. Seaby 1069; North 638.TextImage
Seaby 1069
Tirwald
Alfred the Great King of Wessex. AD 871-899, AR Penny, 890-899, Canterbury. Moneyer Tirwald. 1.55 g. +AELFRED REX DORO around small cross pattée / TIRVA LD MO in two lines, dot above, below, to left and to right. Seaby 1069; North 638; BMC 27.TextImage
Seaby 1071Alfred the Great, King of Wessex. AD 871-899, AR Penny 1.58g, 890-99, Finceaster (Winchester). +AEL FRED R EX SAX ONVM in four lines / FIN (engraved as PIN) downwards in three lines, three dots to left, cross to right. Seaby 1071; BMC 156-157 var (combination of field marks).TextImage
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