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North 858Henry I. AR penny, Colchester mint; moneyer Aelfsig. Ca 1102. Crowned bust left; trefoil-tipped sceptre before head / +IEFSI ON COLEC, cross fleurée, annulet in centre. North 858; SCBC 1263A.TextImage
SE 1264Henry I (1100-35) Silver PAXS Penny. Crowned & draped bust facing, annulet & trefoil to left & right / PAX between two lines, pairs of annulets above & below, all in circle. North 859.
SE 1267
Sawulf
Henry I Cut AR Halfpenny. Circa 1107 AD, moneyer Sawulf at Salisbury mint. 0.62 gr. +HEN[RIC REX], crowned bust three quarters right with sceptre and three stars in field / +SAP[ ]SAL, cross pattee over saltire with annulets at the end of each limb and star in angles. The moneyer apparently unrecorded for Salisbury. S. 1267; N. 862; BMC type vi.TextImage
SE 1271
Forni
Henry I, AR penny, York mint, moneyer Forni. Ca 1117-1119 AD, BMC type x. 1.31 gr. +H[ENRI]CVSREXA, crowned and diademed bust facing / +FOREN[:ON:]EO[ ]:, cross fleury with annulet in centre. S. 1271; N. 866; BMC -.TextImage
SE 1271
Sperling
Henry I AR penny, London mint, moneyer Sperling. 1117 AD, 1.11 gr. +HENRI[ ]ANG, crowned and diademed bust facing / +S[ ]G:ON:LVND within two beaded circles around, cross fleury, annulet in centre. SE 1271; N. 866; BMC type X, 65.TextImage
SE1271
Wulfward
Henry I BMC Type x penny, Moneyer Wulfward, Sandwich mint. Ca 1117-1119 AD. HENRICUS REX AN, crowned and diademed bust facing / +WULFWARDON _A, cross fleury with annulet in centre. A previously unrecorded moneyer/mint combination for type x. Recorded as EMC 2013, 0405. TextImage
SE 1273
Aschetil
Henry I AR Penny, Small Profile type, Thetford mint, moneyer Aschetil. Ca 1119 AD. 1.10 gr. +HENRICV[ ], crowned, smaller bust left, rosette before / +ASCH..LONT.., cross pattée with annulet in centre and pellet in annulet in each angle. Unlisted type for Thetford. S. 1273; N. 868. EMC 2010.0335 (this coin).TextImage
SE 1275
Algar
Henry I. 1100-1135. AR Penny. Pellets in quatrefoil type, circa 1123. Southwark mint; Algar, moneyer. hENRICVS REX, crowned bust facing, scepter to right; star over shoulder / +ALGAR:ON:SVTW·:·, star & pellets in quatrefoil with trefoils at ends; lis in angles. North 870.
SE 1276
Grimr
Henry I AR Penny, Exeter mint, moneyer Grimr. 1.30 gr. +HENRICVS REX, crowned and diademed bust facing three-quarters to left, holding sceptre over shoulder / +..R:ON:EXCES, Quadrilateral figure with concave sides, each angle terminating in a fleur-de-lys, all over a cross fleury with pellet in each angle. BMC Type XV; S. 1276; N. 871; EMC 1200.0926.TextImage
SE 1276
Saier
Henry I AR Quadrilateral on Cross Fleury Penny, Winchester mint, moneyer Saier. 1.25 gr. +HENRICVS REX, crowned and diademed bust facing three-quarters to left, holding sceptre over shoulder / +..R:ON:EXCES, Quadrilateral figure with concave sides, each angle terminating in a fleur-de-lys, all over a cross fleury with pellet in each angle. S. 1276; N. 871; BMC Type XV.TextImage
SE 1276
Stefne
Henry I. 1100-1135. AR Penny. Type XV, circa 1125-1135. Winchester mint; Stefne moneyer. +hEN[...], crowned bust 3/4 (?) facing / +[...]EFNE:O[...], quadrilateral on cross fleury. North 871.
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