Browsing British Coins of Eadwig



Eadwig, the eldest son of Edmund I, king of the English 955-957 and ruler of Wessex and Kent 957-959.

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Seaby 1122
Boga
Eadwig, King of Wessex, later King of All England. AR Penny, AD 955-959. Moneyer Boga, Midlands and South mint. 1.2 g. +EADVVIG REX in circular border around small cross pattée. / BOGA MONE in two lines, triangle of dots above and below, three crosses across centre. North 724; Seaby 1122; CTCE 6; BMC Type II (BMC 18 var - rev legend spelling).TextImage
Seaby 1122
Eaenwulf
Eadwig, King of Wessex, later King of All England. AR Penny, AD 955-959. Moneyer Eaenwulf. 1.34 g. +EADVVI REX in circular border around small cross pattée. / EAEN-OLF M dot in two lines, triangle of dots above and below, three crosses across centre. North 724; Seaby 1122; BMC 22; SCBI BM 750-751; CTCE 58.TextImage
Seaby 1122 var
Frithemund
Eadwig AR penny, Winchester? mint, Moneyer Frithemund. 955-959 AD. 1.40 gr. +EADVVIG REX, small cross / FRDEM-VND MO in two lines, floral ornament above and below, three crosses across the centre. Seaby 1122 (var); N. -; EMC 2013.0022 (this coin).TextImage
Seaby 1122
Herenod
Eadwig AR Penny. Northwestern mint. Two-line type. Moneyer Herenod. + EADWWIG REX around circle containing small cross pattee / HERE-NOD MO in two lines, three dots above and below, three crosses across the centre. North 725; Seaby 1122.TextImage
Seaby 1122
Heriger
Eadwig, King of All England. AR Penny, 955-959 AD. Moneyer Heriger. +EADVIG REX in circular border around small cross pattée. / HERIG-ER MO (HE ligate) in two lines, triangle of dot above and below, three crosses across centre. BMC 27; North 724; Seaby 1122; Stewartby 197; Talbot Ready 103 (part).TextImage
Seaby 1122
Leofric
Eadwig, AR Penny, 955-959 AD. 1.60g, 22mm. EADVVIG REX in circular border around small cross / LEOF-RIC MO in two lines, one cross above, three crosses across centre, one cross below. Spink 1122.TextImage
Seaby 1122-1113 mule
Thurmod
Eadwig, King of Wessex, later King of All England. Eadwig-Eadred mule, possibly Chester or York mint. AR Penny, AD 955-959. Moneyer Thurmod. 1.57 g. +EADVVIGE RE in circular border around small cross pattée. / ÐYRM-OD MO (M in name resembling an H) in two lines, rosette of dots above and below, O-+-O across centre. Mule of SCBI 29 and SCBI 64, 354; North 726 and 708; Seaby 1122 and 1113.TextImage
Seaby 1123
Boia
Eadwig, King of Wessex, later King of All England. AR Penny, 955-959 AD. Moneyer Boia (Boiga), Southampton mint. 1.11 g. +EADVVIG RE in circular border around small cross pattée. / BOI +HA+M+ A MO in three lines, triangle of dots above and below. North 727; Seaby 1123; BMC Type II (BMC 11 var - moneyer).TextImage
Seaby 1126
Eadwig, AR Penny, Floral C type. EADVIG REX in circular line around small cross / OSP-ALb to left and right of mitre shaped ornament, cross and dotted flower of six petals below. modern Ashmore copy of North 737; Spink 1126, for reference only.TextImage
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