Other Hammered Coins 

Henry II, Tealby, class A2, Thetford, Thorsteinn

​Thetford, Thorsteinn, [—]r[–––]on : teff, 1.36g/9h (Carson 7-8; BMC 723, same dies).

Ex John Atkinson. 

Weight: 1.36 gm

£95


Ref # 4211

Henry II - Tealby Penny Class A2 - Winchester, Herbert

​Winchester, Herbert, h[——]rt : on : winc, 1.44g/1h (BMC 780, same dies; N 952/2; S 1337)

Ex John Atkinson. 

Weight: 1.44 gm

RESERVED               £69


Ref # 4212

Henry II - Tealby Penny Class F - Lincoln/Lanfram

​Penny, class F, probably Lincoln, Lanfram, [—]fram [——].

References: Mossop pl. lxxxix; BMC 404-5; N 961; S 1342.

Ex John Atkinson. Nearly very fine.

Weight: 1.35 gm

£159


Ref # 4214

Ireland, James I - Sixpence - 2nd Coinage (1604-7)

​Fairly worn, but a good spacefiller at only....

£15


Ref # 5085

Henry II Tealby - Cut Halfpenny

Unidentified mint and moneyer...  your challenge!

Issued from 1158 these coins bear Henry's name in the legend and show a facing bust of the king holding a sceptre in his right hand. The reverse shows a cross with crosses in each angle, and the mint and moneyer around this. Many of these coins are poorly struck on irregular plans. 

There are six classes of these coins, and 30 mints that issued them, though not for all classes.

The name Tealby was given to these coins because of a hoard of over 5000 of these coins which was discovered at Tealby, Lincolnshire in 1807.

£7


Ref # xyz

Aethelred II (978-1016), Leofstan, London

Voided Long Cross silver penny. Æthelred the Unready, was king of the English (978–1013 and 1014–1016). Leofstan moneyer, London mint,
Spink 1151

Weight: 1.70 gm.  Diameter: 21mm

IÆthelred the Unready, or Æthelred (c. 968 – 23 April 1016), was king of the English (978–1013 and 1014–1016). The son of King Edgar and Queen Ælfthryth, Æthelred was only about 10 (no more than 13) when his half-brother Edward was murdered.

£295


Ref # 1181-1030

Cnut - Type II, Pointed Helmet type, 1024-30

Helmet type, Aelfward on London.
Spink S.1158
Weight: 0.91 gm.  Diameter: 18mm

In 1013, King Swein of Denmark (with son Cnut) sailed up the Humber & Trent to be accepted as king in the Danelaw. By Xmas, all England submitted to Swein; Ethelred fled to Normandy. In 1014, Cnut became the Danish leader on his father's death. Ethelred returned but was so ill that his son Edmund Ironside took responsibility for defence of the country against Cnut. At a truce after Ethelred's death, Edmund and Cnut agreed to divide the kingdom between them, but Edmund died shortly after, and Cnut became king of the whole country.

£255


Ref # 356-1007

Edward IV Light Coinage Groat, London

Obv: IM Crown (74) Trefoils on cusps of tressure. Quatrefoils by neck.

Rev: IM Sun (28) CIVI/TAS/LON/DON

Spink 2000.

Weight:2.97 gm

£65

Ref # 772-1015


Henry VII Sovereign Penny, Durham, c.1505

Durham mint under Bishop Fox. S2233. Obv: seated king, hENR[ICVS R]EX AN. Rev: arms, bishop's miter above, D_R beside, CIVITAS D[…].

Sovereign pennies were introduced near the end of Henry's reign, from 3 mints - London, York & Durham.


Weight: 0.52 gm.  15mm.

£39

Ref # 726-1012


Edward III - 1/2d - 2nd Coinage (1335-43)

London mint. Found with a metal detector. Edward III was the first monarch to issue generous quantities of halfpennies & farthings. Obv: EDWARDVS REX [ANGL]
Rev: 8 pointed star after DON on reverse.
Spink 1540A.

Weight: 0.59 gm.  16mm.

£19

Ref # 124-1002


Henry III Short-Cross Penny 

Canterbury mint, class 7, moneyer Ioan.
Rev: +IOAN ON CANTE

Weight: 1.15 gm.

£39

Ref # 96-1001


James I, Shilling, first issue, 1603

First coinage, Second bust, Mintmark Thistle.
Obverse: IACOBUS D G ANG SCO FRA ET HIB REX . Crowned bust r. with value mark XII behind.
Rev: EXVRGAT DEVS DISSIPENTVR INIMICI. Large shield.
31.7 mm, 5.75 gm.

£95

Ref # 2236-5032


Edward IV Groat, London, Light Coinage, 1464-70

Obv: Initial mark sun, quatrefoils by neck. Trefoils on cusps of tressure.

Rev: IM: sun. Inner legend: CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint.

£45

Ref # 1577-1181


Henry VI, 1st Reign, Groat, Calais
ex Reigate Hoard

Annulet issue 1422-1427. Obv: Crowned facing bust in tressure of arches; HENRIC' DI' GRA' REX ANGLIE Z FRANC

Rev: VILLA CALISIE, double saltire stops, POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM 

Near Fine, toned, ex 1990 Reigate Hoard (closed after 1455 likely during the War of the Roses),
Ex: Glendining & Co, 8 December 1992
Ex: VAuctions 237, lot 228

£95

Ref # 1829-1319


Edward III, Half Groat, London

Obv: Legend with french title. Mullets on shoulders and either side of crown. IM: cross 4

Weight: 2.20 gm



£45


Ref # 1508-1147

Charles I, Shilling, mm Sun, c. 1645

​ Charles I Tower Mint under Parliament, S.2800,  the Sun mintmark is well displayed on both sides of the coin.

Weight: 5.76 gm.

Sold

Ref # 2263-5072


Henry V halfpenny, c. 1420

Initial mark pierced cross, annulet and trefoil by crown.

Weight: 0.44 gm

Ref: Spink 1795

£19

SOLD

Ref # 1661-1217

Charles I (1625-1649), Tower mint, Halfcrown, c. 1639

Gp III, mm. triangle, cloak flies from shoulder.

DNW auction 13/03/18 pt lot 71, ex Dr John Hulett, bt F.J. Rist July 2011

Ref: Spink 2775.

SOLD

£85


Ref # 2227-4053