SKU: 5581

£5,785.00

Early, regency period, Jewel Cross type. A full and round coin, of good quality metal, with a pleasing light tone.

Sold - Sep 21

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Harthacnut (1035-1042), silver Penny, Oxford mint, moneyer Godwine, early regency period (1035-1037), Jewel Cross type, BMC i. Obv. Diademed bust facing right, legend bears full name of Harthacnut. Rev. Cross of four ovals united at their bases by two circles, pellet at centre. 1.16g, die axis 5h (S.1167; North 809). The flan with a very trivial wave which does not detract from this otherwise full and round coin, of good quality metal, with a pleasing light tone. Almost extremely fine and very rare.

With old Spink ticket.

Provenance
Bought Spink

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Country

Period

Ruler

Phase

Date

Production Method

Metal

Denomination

Condition

Mint

Moneyer

Type

Jewel Cross type

Series

Weight

References

North 809, S.1167

Rarity

Very Rare

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