2 very rare Anglo-Saxon coins. Both similar to Primary Phase Wihtred type.
This is a unique opportunity to buy more than 2 Anglo-Saxon coins together. Both similar types as the one sold in Harlan J Berk 2016 auction lot 445 (hammer $675 for just one!). And CNG e auction 468 in 2020 for $550)
Information: Great Britain, Early Anglo-Saxon c 600–775, ND Sceat, Great Britain, Early Anglo Saxon c 600–775, ND Sceat, UNC, S-776, N-126. Primary Phase c 680–710: Wihtred, king of Kent (690–725). Diademed bust r.cross/Bird above cross with annulets
ANGLO-SAXON, Primary Sceattas. Series BX, type 26. Mint in Essex. Diademed bust right, breaking inner border; annulet to right, blundered legend around/Bird standing right upon cross set on base, breaking inner border; annulets in upper quarters, pellets in lower; blundered legend around. Sceatta List 15-10; MEC 8, Series Ba; North 124; SCBC 776.
Needs further investigation,
Item has readable legends compared to the other few known of this type
- Land/ Provinz
- England, Anglo Saxon
- Jahr / Periode und Variation
- Sceattas Wihtred King of Kent AD 680-710 (2 pieces)
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