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ID:     712237
     [UNVERIFIED]
Type:     Western Europe
Region:     England
City:     Kings of Wessex
Issuer:     Edward the Elder
Date Ruled:     899-924 AD
Metal:     Silver
Denomination:     Penny
Struck / Cast:     struck
Date Struck:     AD Portrait/two-line (HT 1) type. Late period, phase II, circa 920-924
Weight:     1.21 g
Die Axis:     3 h
Obverse Legend:     EADVVEARD +X
Obverse Description:     Crude diademed bust left
Reverse Legend:     HERE/MOD M
Reverse Description:     Legend in two lines; trefoils above and below, three crosses between
Mint:     East Anglia
Primary Reference:     CTCE 28
Reference2:     SCBI 26, 382 (same dies)
Reference3:     cf. BMC 84
Reference4:     North 651; SCBC 1084
Photograph Credit:     Classical Numismatic Group
Source:     http://www.cngcoins.com/Coin.aspx?CoinID=77465
Grade:     Good VF, attractive collection toning
Notes:     Sale: Triton IX, Lot: 2237 "Heremod", moneyer Rare. From the Dr. Thomas Dailey Collection.The East Anglia pennies of Edward, typified by the numerous examples found in the 1958 Morely St. Peter hoard (described in detail in SCBI 26), are the products of an irregular mint established in the lands taken by Edward after 920, when he ousted the Danes from East Anglia. There are extensive die links between the pennies of named moneyers and completely blundered types. Heremod was probably a moneyer at Hereford or Shrewsbury in Mercia.