Edward the Confessor, Penny, London

Item Reference: C134HG051785 In Stock Share
Edward the Confessor (1042-1066), Penny, small flan type (1048-50), London Mint, Moneyer Leofnoth, diademed bust left, legend commences at top, +EDPAR D R., rev voided cross with pellet centre, +L.EOFNO:Đ…
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Description

Edward the Confessor (1042-1066), Penny, small flan type (1048-50), London Mint, Moneyer Leofnoth, diademed bust left, legend commences at top, +EDPAR D R., rev voided cross with pellet centre, +L.EOFNO:Đ ON L, 0.76g (Freeman 834; BMC type II; N.818; S.1175).

Toned, very fine and extremely rare, Freeman only records three examples all in museum collections.

ex Glendining, 6th November 1991, lot 420. Robin Eaglen Collection, Baldwin Auction 18, 13th October 1998, lot 1462 where noted this Moneyer is only known for small flan type.

Specification

Period1042 - 1066 AD
Datec. 1048-50
Coin Group

British

Demonination

Pennies

Coin Ruler

Edward the Confessor

Country

England

Coin House

Late Anglo Saxon

Mint Mark

London mint

ReferencesS.1175
Weight0.76 g

Provenance

ex Glendining, 6th November 1991, lot 420. Robin Eaglen Collection, Baldwin Auction 18, 13th October 1998, lot 1462 where noted this Moneyer is only known for small flan type.

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