Henry I Penny York

Item Reference: C145JG056670 Sold Share
Henry I (1100-1135), Penny, quadrilateral on cross fleury type (c.1123), York Mint, uncertain Moneyer possibly Thurstan, ¾ facing crowned bust with sceptre to left, beaded circle surrounding, –ENR—. rev quadrilateral…
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Description

Henry I (1100-1135), Penny, quadrilateral on cross fleury type (c.1123), York Mint, uncertain Moneyer possibly Thurstan, ¾ facing crowned bust with sceptre to left, beaded circle surrounding, –ENR—. rev quadrilateral with lis on each apex, over a cross fleury, beaded circle surrounding, —–N: EVERVI, 1.29g (BMC type XV; N.871; S.1276).

Weakly struck in parts, reverse off-centre, light tone almost very fine.

With old collector ticket that states coin was found at Charlton Abbots, Gloucestershire. From a search through the sylloge series type XV is recorded for Thurstan or Ulf at York, this coin resembles more the style of Thurstan.

Specification

Period1100 - 1135 AD
Coin Group

British

Denomination

Pennies

Coin Ruler

Henry I

Country

England

Coin House

Norman Kings

Mint Mark

York mint

ReferencesS.1276
Weight1.29 g

Provenance

With old collector ticket that states coin was found at Charlton Abbots, Gloucestershire.

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