British Anglo-Saxon - Mercia - Coenwulf - Tribrach Penny - Dudda
Coins - Saxon and Viking
GBP (£) 600 - 900
EUR (€) 710 - 1,060
USD ($) 780 - 1,160
Sold for (Inc. premium): £1,035
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. About as struck, with slightly ragged edge in one place.
found Shalfleet parish, Isle of Wight, 2008
S. 914; N. 342; EMC 2008.0480 (this coin).
Only four specimens of this moneyer for this type listed in EMC/SCBI (including this coin).
Friday 19th March 2010 at The Swedenborg Hall 20-21 Bloomsbury WayLondon WC1A 2TH
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