Browsing British Coins of Hardicanute (Harthacnut)

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Seaby 1167
Harthacnut, Kings of All England. AR Penny, Bath, struck Spring-Autumn 1036). 0.99 g. 1035-1042 AD. Jewel Cross type. Moneyer Waedel. +hARÐA CNVT RE, diademed and cuirassed bust right. / + PÆDEL+L ON BAÐA, central cross of four ovals, joined at centre by two circles, with dot within. North 809; Seaby 1167.TextImage
Seaby 1168
Harthacnut, Kings of All England. AR Penny, ND (Taunton, struck June 1040- June 1042). 1.12 g. As sole King, 1040-1042 AD. Restoration arm and sceptre type. Moneyer Boga. +HARÐ CNVT RE:, diademed and draped bust left, holding sceptre in left hand. / + BOGA ON TANTVNE:, central circle, short voided cross within, a quadrilateral with dotted ends and centre over the centre. North 811; Seaby 1168.TextImage
SE 1169
Harthacnut (Hardicanute), AR penny, AD 1035-1042. 17mm, 1.12 g. Arm and Sceptre type, in the name of Cnut. Thetford mint; moneyer Eadric. Struck 1040-1042. Diademed bust left, holding trefoil-tipped sceptre / +EDRIC ON DEOTVOR, quadrilateral, with dots in centre and angles, over voided short cross. North 799; Seaby 1169; SCBI 15 (Copenhagen), 3816-3817.TextImage
Seaby 1170
Harthacnut, AR penny. AD 1035-1042. Danish type: mint of Lund. 17 mm, 1.02 g. Moneyer Toci. +HARDECNVT, radiate, helmeted and cuirassed bust left. / +TOCI ON LVDI around double-lined cross with a crescent in two of the quarters. Seaby 1170 type. Montagu Coll. Part V, 49; Ruding pl. D, 41 var (hand raised).TextImage
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