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SE 1278
Aelfwine
Stephen, Watford type AR penny, moneyer Aelfwine, Gloucester mint, 1.41 gr. 1136-1145 AD. +STIEF[NER]EX, crowned bust right, holding sceptre / +ALFPINE[:ON:]GLO:, cross moline with fleur-de-lis in each angle, small saltire in the centre of the cross. S. 1278; N. 873, BMC type i.TextImage
SE 1278
Falche
Stephen, AR penny, Money Falche, Wilton mint. Watford type Var. 1136-1145 AD, 1.35 gr. +STIEFNE:[RE?], crowned bust right, holding sceptre, large pellet below bust and legend with a second large pellet before / +FA.LCHE:ON:PIL, cross moline and fleurs, large pellet after A in moneyer name. S. 1278; N. 873; EMC 2012.0144 (this coin), BMC type i var.TextImage
SE 1278
Samar
Stephen, AR penny, Moneyer Samar, Leicester mint. 1.03 gr. 1136-1145 AD. +STIEFNE[ ], crowned bust right, holding sceptre. / [+SAM]AR:ON:LEP[EC], cross moline with fleur-de-lis in each angle, small saltire in the centre of the cross. S. 1278; N. 873; see EMC 1200.0126 (same dies?); BMC 45. BMC type I.TextImage
SE 1278
Tureil
Norman Kings of England. Stephen, AR Penny, ND (Southwark, struck c. 1136-1145, the Civil War). 1.29 g. 1135-1154 AD. Watford issue type. Moneyer, Tureil. Central circle, within a crowned and draped bust right and holding sceptre in right hand, bust extending to edge of flan; +STIEFNE around / Central circle, within cross Moline with a fleur-de-lis in each angle: +TUREIL ON SV around. North-873; Seaby 1278.TextImage
SE 1278
Willem
Stephen - Uncertain Mint, Watford type AR penny, moneyer Willem. 1136-1145 AD. 1.28 gr. +S(TIEFNE), crowned bust right, holding sceptre / +WILLEM:(ON CAN), cross moline and fleurs. S. 1278; N. 873; BMC 13.TextImage
SE 1278
Wulfwine
Stephen AR Penny. Cross Moline (Watford) type, circa 1136-1145. London mint; Wulfwine, moneyer. Crowned bust right, holding sceptre / +PVLFP ON [L]ON[...], cross moline with lis in quarters. SCBI 26 (East Anglia), 1375.
SE 1279
Sigismund
Stephen AR Penny. Lincoln mint, struck ca 1140-1145 AD, the Civil War. Watford issue type. Moneyer, Sigismund. PERERIC around central circle enclosing crowned & draped bust right, holding sceptre in right hand, bust extending to edge of flan / +S[IWA]R[D]? around central circle enclosing cross Moline with a fleur-de-lis in each angle. North 873.
SE 1280
Rodbert
Stephen. 1135-1154. AR Penny. Voided Cross & Mullets type, circa 1145-1150. Castle Rising mint; Rodbert, moneyer. [+STI]EFNE, crowned bust facing three-quarter left, holding sceptre / +RODBER[T O]N RIS, cross pattee with mullet in each angle. North 878.
SE 1281
Rodbert
Stephen. 1135-1154. AR Penny. Cross & Piles type, circa 1150-1154. Castle Rising mint; Rodbert, moneyer. +STIEFNE, crowned bust facing left, holding sceptre with lis / +RODBRET:O[N:RIS], cross fleury with pyramid & trefoil in each angle. BMC 180, North 879.
SE 1282
Thor
Stephen AR Awbridge type Penny, Norwich mint, moneyer Thor. 1.22 gr. +STIEFNE, bearded and crowned bust facing three-quarters left, holding sceptre / +THORH:O[n:nor]PI, voided cross in quatrefoil, fleur-de-lis springing from each quarter, annulet in centre, a pellet in each outer angle of the quatrefoil. S. 1282; N. 881; BMC 207.TextImage
SE 1282
uncertain
Stephen AR Halfpenny, Dunwich mint, uncertain moneyer. Awbridge type. 0.59 gr. 1154-1158 AD. (STI)EFNE.., crowned bust right, holding sceptre / ..N:DVN.., voided cross with fleurs in angles. S. 1282; N. 881; BMC type VII (Dunwich unlisted in BMC).TextImage
SE 1295
Sanson
Stephen AR Penny, Irregular "Southern Variant" type, Southampton mint, moneyer Sanson. 1.01 gr. STEFRNX, Crowned bust right, sceptre before, collar of annulets / [+SANS]ONIONAN.., Voided cross moline with annulet in centre and fleur-de-lis in the quarters. S. 1295; N. 905.TextImage
SE 1309
Herebald
Henry, Earl of Northumberland, son of David I of Scotland. 1139-1152. AR Penny. Corebridge mint; (H)erebald, moneyer. +hENRICVS •[F RE?], crowned bust right, sceptre before / +EREBALD: ON [C]OREB:, cross moline with fleur in each angle within tressure.
SE 1311Henry, Earl of Northumbria under Stephen, AR Penny, mint, moneyer Willelm. Ca 1138-1152 AD. 1.57 gr. +NEN[C]I:CO[N], crowned bust right, holding sceptre / +:WIL[E]NL:ON:CARD (RD ligate), cross fleury. S. 1311; N. 913; EMC 2011.0165 and PAS LANCUM-C7BD67 (this coin); cf also S. 5011 (Scotland).TextImage
SE 1313Stephen, Flag Type AR Penny. York mint. 1136-1154 AD, York group. 1.12 gr. +STIEFNE R, crowned bust right, with lance and flag with mullet below / +RIS[ ]M[ ]NEV, legend interspersed with symbols, cross moline with fleurs in angles. S. 1313; N. 919; EMC 1020.1631.TextImage
SE 1313AStephen, AR penny, Flag Type, 1136-1154 AD, York group, ca 1150 AD. 0.99 gr. +STIEFNE R, crowned bust right, holding lance and flag; mullet below / +*B*[ ]*ET*N*OS*NS (legend interspersed with eight symbols; last S retrograde)cross moline with fleurs in angles. S. 1313A; N. 919.TextImage
Seaby 1327Normans, Stephen, Cirencester mint, South Western Angevin Issue in the Name of Henry of Anjou?, AR Irregular Type Penny. 1.04 gr. ca 1140-1150 AD. Uncertain moneyer. +HE[NRICV]S REX, bust right with tall crown, fleurs and sceptre before / +[ ]RE:ON:[ ]RIST: (N and S retrograde), cross fleury over quadrilateral. (Reverse as Henry I (BMC type XV). Seaby 1327; N. 940; Mack type 247-249; EMC 2010.0271 (this coin).TextImage
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