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Henry I Penny type XV London

Henry I (1100-35), silver Penny, type XV (c.1125-35), London Mint, moneyer Leofred, crowned and diademed three quarter facing bust with sceptre to bottom of coin, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, +hENRICVS, rev. quadrilateral with lis apexes on cross fleury, pellet in each inner angle, Latin legend and beaded border surrounding, +LEOVRED: ON LVN: weight 1.43g (N.871; S.1276). Weak in parts both sides, lightly toned, otherwise good very fine.

The Latin legends translate as "Henry" on obverse and "Leofred of London" on the reverse.

Provenance:

Ex Pimprez Hoard, Spink Auction, 6th October 2004, lot 440.

This coin is the same dies as Beauvais Hoard example 66.

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