Britian, Anglo-Saxon. Cnut, AD 1016 to 1035. Silver penny.

Ancient Coins - Britian, Anglo-Saxon. Cnut, AD 1016 to 1035. Silver penny.
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Denomination : Silver Penny.

Mint
 : London. Moneyer : Wolfwine

Date : short cross type, issued between AD 1029 and 1035.

Reference  : Seaby-1159, North-790.

Size : 17.2 x 17.5 mm. Weight : 1.13 grams.

Grade :  gVF

Obverse : Diademed head of Cnut left, with a sceptre in front, with CNUT REX around.

Reverse : Short cross voided with a central pellet inside of an annulet, with POLFPINE ON LV around.  In the case of this moneyer's name, the P is a medieval form of W deriving from the Anglo Saxon Runic form of the W, so the moneyer's name is actually WOLFWINE.

Price SKU: vcoin1581
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Rates for: 09/18/18

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