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North 830 Edward the Confessor AR Penny. York, moneyer Snaeborn. +EDPARED REHX, crowned, bearded bust facing / +SNEBORN ON EO, cross pattée & annulet. BMC Type xiii, var. a, cf. p. 368, 395. TextImage
Seaby 1171Edward the Confessor AR Penny. PACX type, circa 1042-1044. Exeter mint; Leofwine, moneyer. Diademed bust left; sceptre to left / +LE:OFP.INC O EC, long voided cross with terminal lunettes, pellet in annulet in centre; PACX in quarters.
Seaby 1174Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Southwark mint, 1046-1048 AD. Quadrilateral Trefoil type. Moneyer, Bru(n)man. +EDP(W?)E: RER, diademed & draped bust left, sceptre before / + BRVNME(?)N ON GVÃ~P around central circle containing short voided cross, over center a quadrilateral with finials of three pellets and one at centre. North 817.
Seaby 1175, AelfricEdward the Confessor AR Penny, ND (Thetford, struck 1048-1050). North-818; S-1175. 1,13 g. , 1042-1066 AD. Short Cross type. Moneyer, Aelfric. Diademed and draped bust left; +EDPE RE(C?) around / Short voided cross, pellet at centre; +ÆLFIC ON ?ET around.
Seaby 1175, SculaEdward the Confessor. 1042-1066. AR Penny (1.18 g). Small flan type, struck 1048-1050. York mint; Scula, moneyer. Crowned bust left / +SCVLA ON EOF:, small voided cross, pellet in centre; annulet in one quarter. SCBI 21 (Yorkshire), 261 (same dies); North 818; SCBC 1175.
Seaby 1175, ArngrimEdward the Confessor. 1042-1066. AR Penny (1.15 g). Small flan type, ca 1048-1050. York mint; Arngrim, moneyer. Diademed bust left / +ARNGRIN ON EO, voided short cross; annulet in 3rd quarter. SCBI 9 (Ashmolean), 820; North 818; SCBC 1175.
Seaby 1176Edward the Confessor AR Light Penny. London mint, expanding cross type, ca 1050-1051, moneyer Swetman. +EDPE RD REX, diademed bust left, with sceptre with cross pommée / +SPETM•AN ON LVND(trefoil), expanding cross with circle in centre. North 820.
Seaby 1177Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Wilton mint, struck 1050-1053 AD. Expanding Cross type; heavy coinage. Moneyer, Aelfwold. +EDPER +D REEX, diademed & draped bust left, sceptre before / +ELFPOL+D ON PILTVNE around central circle containing short voided cross with expanding arms within, joined at centre by quadrilateral within circle, pellet within. North 823.
Seaby 1179, LifincEdward the Confessor AR Penny. Helmet type, circa 1053-1056. Wincester mint; Lifinc, moneyer. Helmeted bust right, holding sceptre terminating in fleur-de-lis / +LIFIND ON PINCEST, voided short cross with terminal lunettes, pellet in annulet in centre. North 825.
Seaby 1179, PulericEdward the Confessor, 1042-1066 AD. AR Penny, ND (Steyning, struck 1053-1056). 1.29 g. Moneyer Puleric. Pointed Helmet type. Helmeted, draped, and bearded bust right, holding scepter; +EDPER +D REEX: around / Central circle, short voided cross within, annulet at centre, arms terminate in trefoils; PVLERIC DN STÆ around. North 825; S-1179.
Seaby 1181, BrandEdward the Confessor AR Penny. Sovereign type, 1056-1059. Wallingford mint; Brand, moneyer. EADPAR X ANGLO, Edward enthroned facing, head right, holding sceptre and globus cruciger / +BRAND ON PALLI, voided cross with birds in quarters. North 827.
Seaby 1181, AelfwineEdward the Confessor, 1042-1066 AD. Sovereign & Eagles type. Moneyer, Aelfwine. King crowned and enthroned facing, head right, holding sceptre and cross on globe; EADPARD REX ANG+o around / Central circle, short voided cross within, a bird (eagle) in each angle; +ÆLFPINE ON HAM around. North-827; S-1181.
Seaby 1181, UlfcetelEdward the Confessor. AR Penny (19mm, 1.24 gm). York mint. Ulfcetel, moneyer. Hammer Cross type, circa 1059-1062. EADPAR-D REX, crowned, bearded bust right, sceptre before / + VLFCTEL ON EOFR, hammer cross, annulet in one quarter. North 828; SCBC 1182.
Seaby 1181
Arngrim
Edward the Confessor Sovereign Penny. Silver, 1.29 gr, 19.33 mm. 1056-1059 AD. Moneyer Arngrim at York mint. +EDPARD X ANGLOR, King enthroned holding sceptre and orb / +ARNGRIM ON EOFER, short voided cross with martlets in angles and annulet in second and fourth angles. S. 1181; N. 827; Fitzwilliam museum (EMC) 1002.1115. Rare moneyer.TextImage
Seaby 1181
Thor
Edward the Confessor AR Sovereign Penny Silver, 1.37 grams, 18.81 mm. 1056-1059 AD. Moneyer Thor at York mint. +EDPARD RX ANGLOR, King enthroned holding sceptre and orb / +DORR ONN EOFRPI, short voided cross with martlets in angles and annulet in second and fourth angles. S. 1181; N. 827.TextImage
Seaby 1182, AnderbodeEdward the Confessor. 1042-1066. AR Penny (1.30 g). Hammer cross type, 1059-1062. Winchester mint; Anderbode, moneyer. + EADPAR RD RE, crowned bust right; sceptre before / +ANDERBODE ONPINC, voided cross with "swordhilt" terminals. SCBI 9 (Ashmolean), 999 (same dies); BMC 1465; North 828; SCBC 1182.
Seaby 1182, DunincEdward the Confessor, 1042-1066 AD. AR Penny, ND (Hastings, struck 1059-1062). 1.3 g. Hammer Cross type. Crowned, draped, and bearded bust right, sceptre before; +EADPAR RRE+ around / Short voided cross, the arms terminating in pelleted crescents, pellet in one angle; +DVNINC ON HÆST around. North-828; S-1182.
Seaby 1182, UlfcetelEdward the Confessor AR Penny. Hammer Cross Type, ca 1059-1062. York mint. Ulfcetel, moneyer. EADPAR-D REX, crowned, bearded bust right, sceptre before / + VLFCTEL ON EOFR, hammer cross, annulet in one quarter. North 828.
Seaby 1182, SculaEdward the Confessor, 1042-1066 AD. AR Penny, ND (York, struck 1059-1062). 1.29 grams. Hammer Cross type. Moneyer, Scula (or Skuli). Crowned, draped and bearded bust right, sceptre before; +EADPAR DRE+ around / Short voided cross, the arms terminating in pelleted crescents, annulet (for York) in one angle; +SCVLAEO ON EOFERPICE around. North-828; S-1182.
Seaby 1182
Snebern
Edward the Confessor AR Hammer Cross Penny. Silver, 1.35 gr, 19.06 mm. 1059-1062 AD. moneyer Snebern at York mint. +EADPARDD RE, profile bust right with sceptre / +SNEBORN ON EOF, hammer cross with annulet in fourth angle. S. 1182; N. 828. Very rare moneyer for type.TextImage
Seaby 1183Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Small cross type, struck 1062-1066. +EADPARD REX AN:+, central circle, crowned, draped, & bearded bust facing within / +SPETMAN ON LVN, central circle, small cross pattee within. North 830.
Seaby 1184Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Pyramids type, ca 1065-1066. Lincoln mint; Ulf, moneyer. + EADPARD RE, crowned bust right, sceptre before / + VLF ON LINCOLN, short filled cross; in each angle a pyramid springing from the inner circle & terminating in a pellet. North 831.
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