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Seaby 882Offa, King of Mercia, AR penny struck by Archbishop Jaenberht, Canterbury mint. AD 780-792. IAENBRHT AREP around an eight-pointed star in a circle / OFFA REX in two lines within Boeotian shield shaped border with cross above and dots around. Seaby 882; North 224; BMC Anglo Saxon 21.TextImage
Seaby 904
Tirwald
Offa, King of Mercia, AR penny, Canterbury mint. Moneyer Tirwald. AD 757-796. 1.21 gm. 16 mm. OFFA REX as single letters in crescents around a small flower within a circle / TIRWALD around circle with floral ornament within. Seaby 904; BMC Anglo Saxon 16; EMC 2004.0070.TextImage
Seaby 905
Dudda
Offa, King of Mercia, AR penny, London mint. Moneyer Dudda. AD 757-796. 1.22 gm. 16 mm. OFFA REX, pearl diademed, draped bust right, quatrefoil behind head / +-d-U_d in the angles of a cross formed by four lobes with small saltires in the centre, nine dots spaced around the edge. Seaby 905; North 296; BMC Anglo Saxon 13 var (has a long cross before the bust).TextImage
Seaby 905
Eadhun
Offa, King of Mercia, AR penny, London mint. Moneyer Eadhun. AD 757-796. 0.95 gm. 16 mm. OFFA, draped bust right with elaborate, plaited hair, three dots in a vertical line behind head / +EADHVN around diamond shaped compartment with cross at each point and cross in the centre. Seaby 905; North 303; Chick 31b (this coin); BMC Anglo Saxon 15.TextImage
Seaby 905
Ealmund
Offa, King of Mercia, AR penny, London mint. Moneyer Ealmund. AD 757-796. 1.06 gm. 16 mm. OFFA REX MERCIOR, diademed, draped bust right / +EALMVND around diamond shaped compartment with floral ornament within. Seaby 905; North 308; Chick 47a; BMC Anglo Saxon 16.TextImage
Seaby 905
Ealmund (2)
Offa, King of Mercia, AR penny, London mint. Moneyer Ealmund. AD 757-796. 1.0 g. 16 mm. OFFA REX, diademed, draped bust right, X at lower left and right / +EALMVND around long cross with globes surrounded by dots at the ends, petals in the angles. Seaby 905; Chick 50r.TextImage
Seaby 905
Winoth
Offa, King of Mercia, AR penny, Canterbury mint. Moneyer Winoth. AD 757-796. 1.07 gm. 16 mm. +OFFA REX+, radiate, draped bust right / WINOTH in Runic script around diamond shaped compartment with dot in circle in the centre. Seaby 905; North cf 307 and 282; BMC Anglo Saxon 29.TextImage
Seaby 907
Epelnop
Offa, King of Mercia, AR penny, London mint. Moneyer Epelnop (Ethelnoth). AD 757-796. 0.98 gm. 16 mm. OFFA REX (diamond shaped O), above and beneath two crescent-shaped lines with a cross to left and right / EPEL NOP (diamond shaped O) in two lines divided by a dotted line with large fleurs de lis or anchors at each end, crosses above and below. Seaby 907; Chick Type 119; Blunt 53; BMC 50 var.TextImage
Seaby 920
Wodel
Coenwulf , King of Mercia, AR penny, East Anglian mint. Moneyer Wodel. AD 796-821. 1.16 g. 16 mm. +COENVVLF REX M clockwise from top left, diademed head right / POBEL+ (L inverted) around a cross with a dot in circle at each point and dot in circle in the centre. Seaby 920; North 369; BMC Anglo Saxon 91 var (shapes at the ends of the cross).TextImage
Seaby 929Anglo-Saxon Beornwulf, King of Mercia, AR Portrait Penny, 823-825 AD, type II, BMC type 114. 1.00 gr. moneyer Eadnoth, East Anglian mint. +BEOR[ ]VLF RE, stylised profile bust right / +[ ]DHOP MONET, cross crosslet. Seaby 929; N. 397; see EMC 2008.0434 (same dies).TextImage
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