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Edward the Confessor Penny Lincoln

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), silver Penny, Sovereign / Eagles type (1056-59), Lincoln Mint, Moneyer Ulf, King seated on throne with head turned to right, holding orb and long handled sceptre, Latin legend surrounding, commences upper right, EDPARD X. ANGLO., rev. annulet at centre of short voided cross, eagle or raven in each angle, linear circles and Latin legend surrounding, +VLF ON LINCOLNE, last two letters ligatured, weight 1.23g (N.827; S.1181). Toned good very fine with a nice full reading of the mint town.

The Latin legends translate as "Edward King of the English" on obverse and "Ulf of Lincoln" on the reverse.

Provenance:

Ex Classical Numismatic Group, Auction 61, 25th September 2002, lot 2556.

Purchased from A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, Summer 2006.

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