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Seaby 1250William I AR Penny. Profile left type, 1066-1068. Romney mint; Wolfmaer, moneyer. +ILLEMV REXI, crowned bust left; sceptre with cross pommée before / +PVLFMAER ON RV, cross fleury. BMC 39, North 839.
Seaby 1251William I AR penny. Bonnet type, London, moneyer Aelfsl. + PILLEMVS REX, crowned bust facing / Cross voided with annulet in center. North 842, BMC 109.
SE 1251
Outhgrim
William I AR Penny, York mint, moneyer Outhgrim, Bonnet type. 1.32 gr, 18.41 mm. 1068-1070 AD. +PILLEMII REX, crowned, facing bust/ +OIIDGRIM ON EOFE, short voided cross with pile in angles. Seaby 1251; North 842.TextImage
SE 1252
Godwine
William I, AR penny, Oxford mint, moneyer Godwine. 1.11 gr. 1070-1072 AD. +PILLEMVSREX, facing bust below canopy with triangular pediment / [+GOD]PI[ ]ONOXENEFOR, double quadrilateral with incurved sides with fleurs de lis at corners. S. 1252; N. 843.TextImage
SE 1252
Sibode
William I AR Penny, London mint, Moneyer Sibode. +PILLEMVS REX, Crowned and diademed bust facing beneath canopy of two columns supporting a triangular pediment / +SIBODEON LIINDEN, Double quadrilatral figure with incurved sides, fleury at the angles, annulet in centre. BMC 201; Seaby 1252.TextImage
SE 1253
Brunman
William I AR penny, two sceptres type, Chichester mint, moneyer Brunman. 1072-1074 AD, 1.24 gr. +PILLLEM REX ANGLO, crowned bust facing, sceptre patté to left, sceptre boutonné to right / BRIINMIIN ON IICC, cross fleury over saltire, annulet in centre. S. 1253; N. 844. BMC Type IV.TextImage
SE 1254William I AR Penny. London mint, ca 1074-1077. Two Stars type. Moneyer, Godwin. +PILELM REX II around central circle enclosing a crowned, draped & mustachioed bust facing, star to either side / +GODPI ON LVND around central circle enclosing cross botonnee with annulet center, over quadrilateral with curved sides and pellet apexes. North 845.
SE 1254
Dorstan
William I, AR Penny. Lincoln mint, ca 1074-1077. Two Stars type. Moneyer, Dorstan. +PILELM REX II N, crowned, draped and mustached bust facing, star to left and right / +DORSTAN ON LN, around cross botonnee with annulet center, over quadrilateral with curved sides and pellet apexes. Seaby 1254; BMC 332.TextImage
SE 1254
Theodric
William I AR Penny, Two Stars type, Hertford mint, moneyer Theodric. 1.21 gr. +PILLELM REX AN, crowned, facing bust, pellet on each shoulder, star on each side / +DEDRIC ON HERTF, cross botonné over a quadrilateral with incurved sides, each angle terminating in a pellet, annulet in centre. S. 1254; N. 844; see EMC 2006.0361 (this coin).TextImage
SE 1257
Aegelric
William I AR PAXS Penny, Wareham mint, moneyer Aegelric. 1083-1086 AD. 1.39 gr. +PILLELM REX, crowned and diademed facing bust, crown of the simple double curved shape, pellets at the ends of the diadem, holding sceptre, trefoil of pellets on one shoulder, one pellet on the other / +IEGELRICONPERE, cross with the letters PAXS in circles in the angles. S. 1257; N. 848; BMC type III, 1031.TextImage
SE 1257
Aewi
William I AR PAXS Penny, London mint, moneyer Aewi. 1083-1086 AD. 1.4 gr. +WILLEM REX, crowned and diademed facing bust, crown of the simple double curved shape, pellets at the ends of the diadem, holding sceptre, one pellet on shoulder / +AEPION LIINDEI, cross with the letters PAXS in circles in the angles. S. 1257; N. 848-850; BMC 771.TextImage
SE 1257
Brihtwold
William I AR Penny. PAXS type, 1066-1068. Canterbury mint; Brihtwold, moneyer. +PILLELM REX, crowned bust facing, sceptre to right; clasp on shoulder / +BRIHTPOLD ON CNT, cross with PAXS in quarters. BMC 545, North 848.
SE 1257
Lifinc
William I AR PAXS Penny, Chester mint, moneyer Lifinc. 1083-1086 AD. 1.30 gr. +PILLELM REX, crowned and diademed facing bust, crown of the simple double curved shape, pellets at the ends of the diadem, holding sceptre, one pellet on shoulder / +LFNC ON LEHECST, cross with the letters PAXS in circles in the angles. S. 1257; N. 848; BMC type VIII, 588.TextImage
SE 1257
Lifwold
William I AR Penny. PAXS type, 1066-1068 AD. Winchester mint; Lifwold, moneyer. +PILLELM REX, crowned bust facing, sceptre to right; clasp on shoulder / +LIFPOLD ON PINCE, cross with PAXS in circles in the quarters. Seaby 1257; BMC 1098.TextImage
SE 1257
Thorbern
William I AR PAXS Penny, Steyning mint, moneyer Thorbern. 1083-1086 AD. 1.36 gr. +PILLELM REX, crowned and diademed facing bust, crown of the simple double curved shape, pellets at the ends of the diadem, holding sceptre, one pellet on shoulder / +DIIRBEN ON STNIG, cross with the letters PAXS in circles in the angles. S. 1257; N. 848; see EMC 1042.1862 (same dies); BMC 992.TextImage
Spink 5031William I, AR Halfpenny, 18mm, Scotland. Moneyer Henri Le Rus. 1205-1230, minted posthumously. Short cross and stars coinage, phase B. LEI REI WILAM, Crowned bust left with sceptre in front / HENRI LE RVS .ON.RORE, Short cross voided with a star in each angle, all within circle. Trefoil of pellets and 'colon' respectively between letters of RVS; 'S' retrograde. Spink 5031; 5033.TextImage
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