Browsing British Coins of Edgar (Eadgar)

Browse the Eadgar page with thumbnail images.

Note: The letters MO, MT, HO, NO etc. after moneyers' names on many AR pennies are not part of the name, but simply mean "Moneta".
BMC 101
Heriger
Eadgar AR penny, King of Mercia AD 957, King of all England, AD 959. Moneyer Heriger. +EADGAR REX in two circles around small cross pattée / HERIG-ER MO in two lines, divided by +-+-+, triangle of dots above and below. BMC Anglo-Saxon vol II, 101.TextImage
Seaby 1129
Athelaver
Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Athelaver. North-eastern mint. 21 mm, 1.33 g. Pre-Reform, before AD 973. +EADGAR REX and triangle symbol around small cross pattée. / ADELA-VER HO in two lines divided by +-+-+, triangle of three dots above and below. (the H is barred) North 741; Spink 1129; Tetney hoard 139; BMC 61 var (symbol).TextImage
Seaby 1129
Athelaver
BMC 57
Eadgar AR penny. 20mm, 1.26 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Athelaver. North Eastern mint. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée with two crescents at the end of the legend. / ADELA-VER HO in two lines divided by +-+-+, triangle of three dots above and below. (the H is barred). North 741; Seaby 1129; BMC 57; EMC 2008.0007 (this coin); SCBI 34.TextImage
Seaby 1129
Athelaver
Tetney 133-136
Eadgar AR penny. 21 mm, 1.36 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Athelaver. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée with triangle of dots between A-R and two circles at the end of the legend. / ADELA-VER HO in two lines divided by +-+-+, triangle of three dots above and below. (the H is barred) North 741; Seaby 1129; Tetney Hoard 133-136 (one of them is this coin).TextImage
Seaby 1129
Durand
Eadgar AR penny. 20mm, 1.01 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Durand. York. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée with crescent at the end of the legend. / DVRA-ND MO in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, four dots above, three dots below. North 741; Seaby 1129; SCBI Edinburgh 389; Tetney 185.TextImage
Seaby 1129
Farthen
Eadgar AR penny. 20mm, 1.01 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Farthen. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / FARD-EN HIO in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Seaby 1129; SCBI XXXIV, 920; BMC 92; Tetney 224.TextImage
Seaby 1129
Grid
Eadgar AR penny, North-eastern mint. Anglo-Saxon, AD 959-75. Moneyer Grid. 20 mm, 1.16 g. +EADGAR RE around small cross pattée. ( GRID NONE (sic) in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Seaby 1129; BMC 96; SCBI 923.TextImage
Seaby 1129
Ive
Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Ive. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / IVE M-ONET in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Spink 1129; BMC 114 var (N retrograde).TextImage
Seaby 1129
Ive
BMC 114
Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Ive. 1.25 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée, crescent at the end of the legend. / IVE M-ONEN in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Spink 1129; BMC 114; Tetney 368.TextImage
Seaby 1129
Ive
Tetney 363
Eadgar AR penny. 20mm, 1.26 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Ive. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée with crescent at the end of the legend. / dot IVE M-ONET in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Seaby 1129; Tetney hoard 363 (this coin).TextImage
Seaby 1129
Manan
Anglo-Saxon. Kings of All England. Eadgar. 959-975. AR Penny (1.24 g). Two-line BMC i type, circa 959-973. Leicester or York mint; moneyer Manan ("Nanan"). +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / NAN AN MO (M is barred) in two lines divided by +-+-+ between them, trefoils of three dots above and below. SCBI 6 (Edinburgh), 490; CTCE 65; North 741; SCBC 1129; BMC -.TextImage
Seaby 1129
Manan
Tetney 378
Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Manan. 1.26 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / NAN-AHNO (sic) in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Spink 1129; Tetney hoard 378 (this coin); BMC 124.TextImage
Seaby 1129
Thur
Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Thur. 1.37 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / DVR - MON in two lines divided by +-+-+, triangle of dots above and below. North 741 unlisted; Spink 1129; BMC -.TextImage
Seaby 1129
Unbein
Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Unbein (Hunbein). 1.13 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / VNBE-IN HO in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Spink 1129; BMC 109 var (N retrograde).TextImage
Seaby 1131
Aelfred
Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.4 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Aelfred. Northwest mint. EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / AELF-RED (AE ligate) in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; BMC 147; Ballaquayle hoard 67; Chester hoard 377-378.TextImage
Seaby 1131
Aldewine
Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.50 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Aldewine (Ealdwine). Chester mint. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / ALDE-PINE M in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; CTCE 136; SCBI 34; BMC 150.TextImage
Seaby 1131
Eoroth
Eadgar AR penny. 21mm, 1.29 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Eoroth. EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / EOR-OD M in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; CTCE 141; SCBI XXXIV 1197; BMC 155.TextImage
Seaby 1131
Freothric
Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.50 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Freothric. Chester mint. +EADGA RE around small cross patée. / FREO-DRIC in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; BMC 156; Chester hoard 400.TextImage
Seaby 1131
Ingelric
Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.4 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Ingelric. Probably Derby mint. +EADGAR REX (sic) around small cross patée. / INGEL-RI MOT in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; BMC -; Chester hoard -; SCBI database -. Found in 2003 beneath the nave floor of Lichfield Cathedral.TextImage
Seaby 1131
Martin
Eadgar AR penny. 19.5mm, 1.12 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Eoroth. Chester mint. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / MAR-TIN in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; CTCE 147; SCBI XXIX 499.TextImage
Seaby 1131
Othelriht
Eadgar, AR penny. Moneyer Othelriht. North-eastern mint. 1.27g. EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / ODEL RIHT in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette comprising of dots above and below. North 745; Spink 1131; CTCE 148.TextImage
Seaby 1131
Thurmod
Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. North West style. Moneyer Thurmod. 1.16 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / DVR - MOD M in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of dots above and below. North 745; Spink 1131; BMC 163 var (MOD only); Henry Hall coll. 18.TextImage
Seaby 1131
Werstan
Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.50 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Werstan. Northwest mint. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / YVER-ZTAN (N retrograde) in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; CTE 153; Chester hoard 434.TextImage
Seaby 1132
Deorlaf
Eadgar, King of all England. AD 959-975. AR Penny, 20.5mm, 1.12 g. Moneyer Deorlaf. Chester mint. +EADGAR REX in two circles around small cross. / DEOR-LAF M above and beneath Θ L + E T with cross or rosette of dots above and below. Seaby 1132; North 757; SCBI BM 1215; North 757; type BMC 23 (different rosettes).TextImage
Seaby 1141
Herwulf
Eadgar AR Penny. AD 959-975. York mint. Reform Coinage. Moneyer Herwulf. +EADGAR REX ANGLORX, crowned and draped bust left. / +HERVLF M-O EOFOR around small cross. Seaby 1141; North 752. Unrecorded moneyer. Gillis coins WS8791.TextImage
Seaby 1141
Leofsig
Kings of All England. Eadgar, 959-975 AD. AR Penny, (Northampton mint). 1.31 g. Reform coinage; Reform Portrait type. Moneyer Leofsig. + EADGAR REX ANGLO RX, Central circle, diademed and draped bust left. / + LEOF SIG M-O HANT around central circle with small cross pattee within. North-752; S-1141.TextImage
See also: Search for Edgar at CoinArchives.com
Check for coins of Edgar the Peacable available from TimeLine Auctions - www.timelineauctions.com