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British Anglo-Saxon - Mercia - Coenwulf - Tribrach Penny - Dudda

Coins - Saxon and Viking


LOT 195

Estimate
GBP (£) 600 - 900
EUR (€) 670 - 1,000
USD ($) 790 - 1,180
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Sold for (Inc. premium): £1,035

BRITISH ANGLO-SAXON - MERCIA - COENWULF - TRIBRACH PENNY - DUDDA

796-805 AD. Tribrach type. Obv: Mercian 'M' at centre with +COENVVL'FREX legend with pellets in upper quadrants of initial cross. Rev: moline voided tribrach with moneyer name +D VD A at Canterbury mint and wedges in angles and after 'A'. 1.22 grams.

Condition
About as struck, with slightly ragged edge in one place.

Provenance
found Shalfleet parish, Isle of Wight, 2008

Literature
S. 914; N. 342; EMC 2008.0480 (this coin).

Footnotes
Only four specimens of this moneyer for this type listed in EMC/SCBI (including this coin).

Date
Friday 19th March 2010 at The Swedenborg Hall Antiquities & Coins

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