ANGLO  SAXON  SCEATTAS & STYCAS 
S6    Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria silver SCEAT
EADBERHT [737-58] - class Di
obv. .EOTBEREhTVF, cross in centre;  
rev.   fantastic animal left, with cross under tail and small triquetra below;   1.20g
Spink 847 [£325 in VF], Abramson 70-120 [£425 in VF],
'Studies in EMC, vol.2', T.Abramson, p.207, pl.52 [illus.]
Prov. Private collection, Manchester.
RARE   - nicely centred and well struck
nEF-EF                                              £575    sold



S2         Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
ALCHRED [765-74] silver SCEAT
obv.  A.L.C.HDER, cross in centre;  rev. fantastic animal right, cross under tail;   0.86g
Spink 849 [£1100 in VF], Abramson 71-10 [£1100 in VF], 'Studies in EMC', Abramson, vol.2, p.213, no.108 [this coin illustrated]. Found near Wetwang, Yorkshire, 2008.
VERY RARE. Edge sl. ragged + 2 surface cracks bottom left  on rev. Much better than photos. 
EF or near                                                     £1200            

S3           Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria 
AETHELRED 1 [774-80] silver SCEAT
obv. EDIL.RED [retro.], large cross in centre;     
rev.  fantastic animal right, cross under tail, triquetra below.   
Spink 850 [£1350 in VF], Abramson 72-30 [our coin much nicer than plate coin]. 
Found - near Kirkburn, Yorkshire, 2011.
A nice example for this type [often weakly struck] - dark tone.
EXTREMELY RARE 
GVF/nEF                                                       £1750                                                                                                                                            
S4         Anglo Saxon - Eclectic silver sceat [c.710-60]
MONITA SCORUM type
obv. bust right;  rev.  porcupine.  0.90g
[Metcalf 435-6, Spink 824 [£1100 in VF], Abramson 24.50 - £2500 in VF]
Dark tone, flaw at edge of obv. and weakly struck obv.
EXTREMELY RARE
aF/nVF                                                                £195 

S5         Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AELFWALD 1 [779-88] silver SCEAT 
obv. +ELFVALD, 5 pellets in centre.
rev.  thin fantastic animal left.            1.04g
Spink 851 [£1500 in VF], Abramson -. 'Studies in EMC', vol. 2, T. Abramson, p.215-6, illus. pl.126 [this coin illustrated]. 
Found - near near Driffield, Yorkshire, 2004. 
A nice example. A couple of small deposits.
EXTREMELY RARE - unrecorded type ?
nEF                                                              £1950                                                                             



S7          Anglo Saxon - Secondary silver SCEAT
Series J - type 37 [c.710-60]
obv. 2 facing heads, with cross;
rev.  4 birds clockwise around cross.   0.84g
Spink 802A [£250 in VF].
Ex - Spink.
weakly struck in places and some small deposits 
VF                                                             £95


S8         Anglo Saxon - Secondary SCEAT
Series N, type 41b
obv. 2 facing figures with pellet crosses;
rev.  Monster left looking back.   0.79g
Spink 806 [£350 in VF], Abramson 52-30. 
Ex - J D D Brown collection.  
VERY RARE 
EF or near                                      £585
S9         Anglo Saxon - Primary silver SCEAT
SERIES W [c.680-710]
obv. figure facing left with cross;
rev. cross crosslet on saltire.   0.76g
Spink 787 [£950 in VF], Metcalf 155
Provenance: private collection, France.
some surface flaking top left of obv.
EXTREMELY RARE  
VF                                                     £250

S10             Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
EADBERHT [737-58] silver SCEAT, class Bii
obv. .EOTBEREhTVF, cross in a circle of pellets;
rev.   fantastic animal left;            1.04g
Spink 847 [£325 in VF], Booth Bii, Abramson 70-70 [£575 in VF], 'Studies in EMC', vol.2, p.204, no. 30 [this coin illustrated].
Found Fimber, Yorkshire 2007
nEF/EF                                                                    £495

S11      Anglo Saxon - Secondary silver SCEAT [c.710-60]
SERIES N type 41a
obv. 2 facing standing figures holding a cross;
rev.  crested monster right.   1.00g
Spink 806 [£350 in VF], North 97, Metcalf 368-72.
Ex - Archbishop Sharp collection [1645-1714]; thence by descent.  Weakly struck in places
VERY RARE   -   VF                                              £385
S12            Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [810-41] styca - Moneyer - MONNE
obv. +EDILRED:., cross in centre;
rev.  +MONNE, 5 pellets in centre;   1.11g
Spink 865 - £70 in VF
Ex - Lord Stewartby collection [with ticket]
some deposits on obv.
VF or better                                          £55      sold  
S13              Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 / EANRED [810-41] styca
DOUBLE OBVERSE type
obv.1  +AEILRED R, pellet in centre;
obv.2  +EANRED R, pellet in circle of pellets;   1.07g
Spink 862/5 - £75 in VF for common types - this much rarer
Ex - Peter Moffat collection - one of the greatest collections of stycas. R for REX on each side of the coin indicating double obverse.   Some porosity
VERY RARE   -   VF                                           £65    
S14             Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
ALCHRED [765-74] silver SCEAT 
obv. ALCHDER, large cross in centre;
rev.  fantastic animal right, cross under body;   
Spink 849 [£900 in VF]
cf. Abramson 71-35 [£1100 in VF] 
Found - near York, 2010
weakly struck as usual for this type 
EXTREMELY RARE 
VF                                                           £950
S15              Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
'King HOAUD' series styca
obv. .:HO+AD;
rev.  +PEVRE, cross with pellet ends and pellet in each qtr. 
Moneyer unknown - Huaetred is the usual moneyer
Found - near York.
CNG auctions sold a 'Hoaud' styca for $3000 [hammer] on
8 June 2005, lot 2105.   Patchy toning & some deposits. 
EXTREMELY RARE 
VF                                                                £195    
S16              Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-9] styca - Moneyer - WULFRED ?
obv. +EDILRED [retro.], 5 pellets in centre;
rev.  +DELVVFD ?, cross in centre;   1.08g
Spink 865 - £70 in VF, for common types, this rarer.
Provenance: Lord Stewartby collection - purchased Aug.1955 [with ticket].  Weakly struck in places
RARE - unusual rev. legend
VF                                                                         £65    
S17      Early Anglo Saxon - Post Crondall [c.655-75]
Two Emperors - GOLD THRYMSA
obv. Helmetted bust right;
rev.  Bust of Angel with wings and 2 facing heads.    0.95g
Spink 767 [£2750 in VF]
Ex - Silbury coins
chipped edge
VERY RARE 
VF                                                                  £575
S18              Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] styca - Moneyer - EARDWULF
STAR motif
obv. +EDIL:.RED REX, star motif in centre;
rev.  +EARDVVLF, pellet in a circle.  1.20g
[Spink 865 - £70 in VF]
weakly struck and a few small deposits, better than photos
VF                                                                            £35
S19           Anglo Saxon - Secondary SCEAT 
Series S - type 47
obv. Female Centaur right [usually left]; 
rev.  4 wolfheads in a circle;        1.12g
Spink 814 [£375 in VF for common types, this much rarer],  Abramson 68-70.  Ex - Londinium collection
EXTREMELY RARE with Centaur right
VF                                                                  £395
S20           Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] styca - Mon. - AETHELWEARD
Aethelweard is a Wigmund moneyer and not previously known for Aethelred
obv. +ED:.IIRI  X, cross in centre; rev. +EDIIVIAD  X, cross in centre.   [cf. Pirie 891].  X for REX on both obv. and rev.
Very interesting coin
EXTREMELY RARE
GVF                                                                         £95 
S21        Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 1 [774-9] silver SCEAT
obv. EDILRED, cross in centre;
rev.  Fantastic animal right, cross under tail, triquetra below and 2 pellets in front.
Spink 850 [£1350 in VF], Abramson 72-40.  Chipped & deposits.
Found - Wetwang, Yorkshire, 2012.
EXTREMELY RARE
GVF/aEF                                                          £585  

S22         Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
EANRED [810-41] styca - moneyer - MONNE
obv. +EANRED REX, cross in centre;   
rev.  +MONNE, cross in centre;   
Spink 862 [£75 in VF]
Found - near York.
rev. weakly struck and slight porosity
VF                                                           £55     
S23           Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] STYCA
obv. +EDILRER [retrograde], pellet in circle of pellets;
rev.  +ENALM  X, cross in centre.   1.07g
[Spink 865 - £70 in VF for common issues]
Ex - Peter Moffat collection, with his original ticket [Moffat formed one of the greatest collections of stycas].  An interesting coin with very unusual rev. legend and X for REX
EXTREMELY RARE   -   nEF                                   £65 
S24         Anglo Saxon - SERIES E - HALF SCEAT ?
obv. degenerate head [porcupine], with 2 bars; rev. TOTII;
At 5mm diameter this is much smaller than a sceat [approx. 11mm diameter] and much thinner - it also appears to have been struck in copper/bronze and NOT silver - and not a larger coin cut down.  It was found in Norfolk with other normal sceattas. Unrecorded - we are unsure what to make of it, but it's certainly interesting. 
rather weakly struck and some porosity.
EXTREMELY RARE   -   GF                                  £95

S25        Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
ALCHRED [765-74] silver SCEAT
obv.  ALCHDER, cross in centre;
rev.  Fantastic animal right, cross under tail;   1.05g  
Spink 849 [£900 in VF], Abramson 71-10 [£1100 in VF]
'Studies in EMC 2', Abramson, 2011, p.213, pl. 103 [illust.]
Found - East Yorkshire, c.2003. Better than photos, some deposits.
VERY RARE 
EF or near                                                          £1350

S26         Anglo Saxon - KIngs of Northumbria
AETHELRED [841-50] STYCA - Moneyer - WULFRED
obv. +EDILRED X, large pellet in centre;
rev.  +WULFRED, large pellet in centre.
Spink 865 [£70 in VF] 
Found - near York.
Full and round, but weakly struck in places and slight porosity 
VF                                                                £45

S27        Anglo Saxon - Primary SCEAT
Series BI
obv. Bust right;
rev.  Bird right on cross.        1.17g 
Spink 777 [£150 in VF]
Ex - CNG
some deposits
GVF                                                £175
S28           Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AELFWALD [779-88] silver SCEAT
obv. +FLEVALDV, cross in centre;
rev.  Fantastic animal right.
Spink 851 [£1500 in VF], cf. Abramson 73-20, 'Studies in EMC 2', Abramson, 2011, p.216, pl.131 [illust.]. 
Chipped edge, but all details there
EXTREMELY RARE 
EF                                                    £850 
S29            Anglo Saxon - Secondary SCEAT
Series O - type 38
obv. Bust right;
rev.  Bird right within torque;   1.06g
Spink 807 - £375 in VF
Ex - Londinium collection
VF or near                                           £250 
S30               Anglo Saxon - KIngs of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-5-] styca - Moneyer - EANRED
obv. +EDILRED REX, pellet in circle;
rev.  +EANRED, pellet in circle of pellets.   1.06g
[Spink 865 - £70 in VF].  Ex - Peter Moffat collection [with ticket] - one of the greatest collections of stycas. Some small deposits and weakly struck in places
nVF/GVF                                                             £50
S31            Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] styca - Moneyer - EANRED
obv. +EDILRED REX, 5 pellets in centre;
rev.  +EANRED, pellet in annulet in circle of pellets.  1.14g
[Spink 865 - £70 in VF]
Ex - Peter Moffat collection [with ticket] - one of the greatest collections of stycas
Unusual style and rev. motif.  Dark tone.        
EF or near                                                                  £65
S32            Anglo Saxon - SCEAT
Series E   
obv. 'Porcupine' [head] with cross;
rev.  Standard with TOTII;        1.17g
Spink 790 [£85 in VF], cf. SCBI 6 - 244, 
Ex - 51 Gallery auction - 30.5.2014, lot 179.
EF or near                                       £150
S33                     Anglo Saxon - Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] STYCA - Moneyer - LEOFDEGN
obv. +EDILRED, cross in centre;
rev.  +LEOFDEGN, cross in centre.
Spink 865 [£70 in VF].
Found - near York.
Nice obv., but weakly struck and dirty rev. [better than photo].
VF                                                                     £35
S34      Anglo Saxon - Secondary silver SCEAT 
SERIES J - type 72
obv. 2 facing heads with cross in-between;
rev.  bird right looking back;
Spink 802C [£350 in VF], Abramson 19-10
Provenance: Spink.
The silver looks rather base and some deposits - so possibly a contemporary imitation.
RARE   
VF                                                                £95
S35               Anglo Saxon SCEAT
Series E
obv. 'Porcupine' [head] with cross and annulet;
rev.  standard.        1.10g 
Spink 790D [£75 in VF]
Ex - 51 Gallery auction, 30.5.2014, lot 174
GVF-nEF                                            £135
S36         Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
OSBERHT [849-67] STYCA - Moneyer - ETHELHELM.
obv.  :BOSBERH, pellets in centre;
rev.   +EDELHELM, pellet in circle;
Spink 869 [£100 in VF]. ​
Found - near York.
edge a bit ragged
GVF                                                       £85     sold        
S37            Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED [841-50] STYCA
obv. +AEDILRED [retro.], cross in centre;
rev.  +EA.RDVVLF [retro.], 5 pellets in centre;
Spink 865 - £70 in VF
nEF                                                             £65        
S38             Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] styca - Moneyer - MONNE
obv. +EDILRED RE, cross in centre;
rev.  +MONNE, cross in centre;
Spink 865 [£70 in VF].  Provenance: Peter Moffat collection [with ticket] - one of the greatest collections of stycas
Dark tone
nEF                                                             £65       R
S39     Anglo Saxon - Secondary SCEAT [c. 710-40]
SERIES J - type 72
obv. 2 facing heads with cross;
rev.  bird right looking back;
Spink 802C [£350 in VF]
Ex - Spink
base silver, weakly struck and some deposits - most likely a contemporary imitation
RARE                                                          £35    
S40               Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] STYCA - Moneyer - ALGHERE
obv. +AEDILRED Rx, cross in centre;
rev.  +ALGHERE, cross in centre;  Spink 865 [£70 in VF]
Provenance: Peter Moffat collection - one of the greatest collections of stycas. A little off-centre, weakly struck at top of rev. and green deposit on rev.
VF                                                                             £65
S41            Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] styca - Moneyer - EADWINE
obv. +EDELRED, 8 pellets in centre;
rev.  +EADV.I.NI [retro.], cross in centre;
Spink 865 [£70 in VF for common types, this much rarer]
Provenance: Dave Greenhalgh collection [with ticket]
Unusual type - Eadwine is an Eanred moneyer, not known for Aethelred.  A bit dirty in places
VERY RARE   -   VF                                                £135
S1    Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
ALDFRITH [685-705] silver SCEAT
obv. +ALDFRIDUS, boss in circle of pellets;
rev.  animal left with 3 pronged tail;       1.24g
Spink 846 [£1100 in VF], Abramson 69-10.
Found - near Skeeby, North Yorkshire, 2012. 
VERY RARE   
EF or near                                          £1500

S42              Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
WIGMUND [837-50] abp. styca - Moneyer - AETHELHELM
obv. +VIGNVND, cross in centre;
rev.  +EDELHELM, cross in centre;   Spink 870 [£70 in VF]
Provenance: Peter Moffat collection [with ticket] - one of the greatest collections of stycas.  Struck slightly off-centre and obv. a bit dirty with mottled toning
GVF/nEF                                                                 £60

S43             Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria 
EANRED [810-41] base silver STYCA - Mon. - DAEGBERHT
obv. +EANRED REX, cross in centre;
rev.  +DAEGBERCT, cross in centre;
Spink 860 [£110 in VF]
Provenance: Peter Moffat collection - one of the greatest collections of stycas.   Scarce
VF/GVF                                                               £75
S44             Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] styca - Moneyer - LEOFDEGN
LEOFDEGN SPECIAL MOTIF
obv. +EDILRED RE, special motif cross in centre;
rev.  +LEOFDEGN, cross in centre;   Spink 866a [£375 in VF]
Provenance: Peter Moffat collection - one of the greatest collections of stycas. Weakly struck particularly on rev., some porosity
VERY RARE   -   VF                                                £65


S45               Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] styca - Moneyer - BROTHER
CONTEMPORARY FORGERY
obv. +EDEIRETRT, cross in centre; rev. +VBRODER.
cf. 'Coins of Northumbria', E Pirie, 2002, Galata, p.67, no.3.51b.   Edge chipped
VERY RARE and interesting
VF                                                                           £35
S46          Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] styca - moneyer - EANRED
obv. +AEDILRED E [unusual], large pellet in centre;
rev.  +EANRED, large pellet in centre. 
Spink 865 [£70 in VF]
thin striking edge crack, hardly noticeable
RARE with E for REX and full outer circles
Ex - Dave Greenhalgh collection [with ticket]
VF                                                                   £65   
S47              Anglo Saxon - Kings of Northumbria
AETHELRED 11 [841-50] STYCA - Moneyer - MONNE
SPECIAL MOTIF  - obv. +EDELRED REX, cross inside a thin outer circle incorporating 4 pellets;  rev. +MONNE, 5 pellets inside thin outer circle;  Unusual central motifs
Spink 865 - £70 in VF for common types this much rarer
fairly full and round, a bit dirty and slight porosity
VERY RARE   -   GVF                                           £75    
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