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Seaby 1157
Aelfwine
Anglo-Saxon, Cnut, Colchester mint, Moneyer Aelfwine, AR Quatrefoil Penny. 0.92 gr. 1016-1035 AD, BMC type viii. +CNVT REX ANGLOR, crowned and draped bust left / +AELFPINEONCOLEC, long cross with quatrefoil and extra pellet in third quadrant. Seaby 1157; N. 781; EMC 1051.0519; SCBI 51, Estonia: 519 (same dies).TextImage
SE1157v1 Cnut AR Penny. (Thetford? Struck c.1017-1023). Cf. North-783; S-1157 var.; SCBI Cop.-3822. 0.87 grams. Cnut (the Great), 1016-1035 AD. Quatrefoil type. Wulfgit, Moneyer. Crowned & draped bust left, partly within quatrefoil (virtually a circle, but still with pellet at each apex), the lower part extending into the legend; + CNVT REX ANGLORV around. Reverse: Long voided cross over quatrefoil, pellet at apex of each cusp, arms terminate in trefoils; +PV(?) GIZ TOÃ~P EOD spaced around arms. TextImage
SE1157v2 Cnut AR Penny. Thetford mint, struck c. 1017-1023. Cf. North-784; S-1157 var.; SCBI Cop.-3822. 1.07 grams. Cnut (the Great), 1016-1035 AD. Quatrefoil type. Moneyer, Eadwine. Small crowned & draped bust left, within quatrefoil, cross pattee behind head; + CNVT REX ANGL + around. / Long voided cross over quatrefoil, pellet at apex of each cusp, arms terminate in trefoils; +ED PIN EON Ã~PEO spaced around arms. TextImage
Seaby #1157Cnut AR Penny. Quatrefoil type, circa 1017-1023. London mint; Eadwine, moneyer. +CNVT REX ANGLORVM•, crowned bust left in quadrilobe / +SIBO-DA ON PINC-STRE, voided long cross on quatrefoil with pellet at each apex. North 781.
Seaby 1158
Brunstan
Anglo-Saxon Cnut, AR helmet penny, Thetford mint, moneyer Brunstan. 1.19 gr, 1024-1030 AD, BMC type xiv. +CNVT REX A, helmeted and draped bust left, holding sceptre / +BRVNSTANONDEO, short voided cross with dot in circle in the angles. Seaby 1158; N. 787.TextImage
Seaby 1158
Colgrim
Anglo-Saxon, Cnut AR Penny. Helmet type, circa 1024-1030. Lincoln mint; Colgrim, moneyer. + CNVT REX A, helmeted bust left; scepter before, cross behind / COLGRIM ON LINC, voided short cross, limbs united at base by two circles with no pellet in center; broken annulet enclosing pellet in each angle. North 787.
Seaby 1158
Frithcol
Cnut Pointed Helmet Type York AR Penny, 19mm. Moneyer Frithcol. CNVT REX ANGL, Bust in pointed helmet left / FRITHCOL MO EOFRN in the quarters of short voided cross with circles in centre. Seaby 1158.TextImage
Seaby 1158
Leofwine
Anglo-Saxon Cnut, AR helmet penny, Lincoln mint, moneyer Leofwine. 0.95 gr, 1024-1030 AD, BMC type xiv. +CNVT REX A, helmeted and draped bust left, holding sceptre / +LEOFPINEONLINC, short voided cross with dot in circle in the angles. Seaby 1158; N. 787.TextImage
Seaby 1159
Godric
Cnut AR Penny. Lincoln mint, moneyer Godric, Short Cross type, ca 1029-1036. + CNVT + REC X, diademed, draped bust left, sceptre before / +GODRIC ON LINCOL, short cross voided; in center, pellet in circle. North 790; Seaby 1159.TextImage
Seaby 1159
Thegnwine
Cnut AR Penny. Exeter mint, moneyer Thegnwine, Short Cross type, ca 1029-1036. 1.11g. + CNVT + REC X, diademed, draped bust left, sceptre before / + DEGNPINE ON ECX, short cross voided; in center, pellet in circle. North 790; Seaby 1159.TextImage
Seaby #1159Cnut AR Penny. Exeter mint, moneyer Aelfwine, Short Cross type, ca 1029-1036. + CNVT + REC X, diademed, draped bust left, scepter before / + AELFPINE ON ECX, short cross voided; in center, pellet in circle. North 790.
Seaby #1159ACnut AR Penny. Short cross type, circa 1030-1036. Winchester mint; Leodmær, moneyer. Diademed bust left; lance before / +LEODMÆR ON PIN, voided short cross, in center, circle enclosing pellet. SCBI 15 (Copenhagen).
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