Coins for Sale: Sold / Archived

Plegmund Two Line Type Penny

(REF: E2XXDE)

Plegmund (890 – 923 AD) Two Line Type Penny; Danelaw Imitation, Bvrved. 1.39g. (N. 253, S. 974). REF: E2XXDE. Obverse: Central cross, retrograde inscription around +PLEGEMVN DORO. Reverse: A single central pellet dividing inscription BVRV / EDMO, single pellets above and below at 12 o’clock and 6 o’clock. Silver/grey and of good metal without defects.  Very rare,… Read more »

Price: £4,150 Status: Sold

Edward the Confessor Facing Bust Type Penny

(REF: ZUMUM4)

Edward the Confessor (1042 – 1066 AD) Facing Bust Type Penny; Northampton, Ælfwine. 1.05g. (N. 830, S. 1183). REF: ZUMUM4. Obverse: Cloaked crowned bust facing, inscription around +EADPARD REX AN. Reverse: Central small cross pattée, inscription around +ÆLFPINE ON HAM A beautiful example, clear, and with a lovely grey and gold tone. A choice coin. Exceptionally rare, only… Read more »

Price: £1,200 Status: Sold

Kingdom of Northumbria, Aldfrith Sceatta

(REF: 32W8AF)

Kingdom of Northumbria, Aldfrith (685 – 705 AD) Sceatta. 1.20g. (N. 176, S. 846). REF: 32W8AF. Obverse: Central pellet in annulet, retrograde description around: ALdFRIduS. Reverse: Dog-like beast with triple tail walking left. A nice example of a rare and fascinating coin. Cabinet toning, with a little ‘petrol’ iridescence. Of good fabric, and without any significant flaws… Read more »

Price: £1,875 Status: Sold

Continental Sceatta, Series E Variety L

(REF: LBJSDH)

Continental Sceatta; Series E, Variety L. 1.15g. (N. 49, S. 790L, Abramson 87/40). REF: LBJSDH. Obverse: Plumed bird facing right, circle below right. Reverse: Pellet in circle centre surrounded by four pellet in circle motifs separated by pellet trefoils, all in pellet square. A sharply struck example, corrosion free and pleasantly toned. A perfect obverse strike with plenty of… Read more »

Price: £225 Status: Sold

Continental Sceatta; Series E, Variety G

(REF: MCEUF7)

Continental Sceatta; Series E, Variety G. 1.20g. (N. 45, S. 790G). REF: MCEUF7. Obverse: Crude head right formed of an arc surmounted by a comb of quills, ‘snout’ to right, pellets and cross in square below. Reverse:  Pellet-in-circle centre surrounded by pellets and lines all within a beaded square. Series E, variety G1. A crisp field find, with a… Read more »

Price: £155 Status: Sold