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Auction: 19026 - The Williams Collection Part IV - Anglo-Saxon and Norman Coins
Lot: 454

(x) Kent, Cuthred (798-807), Penny, 1.28g, 3h, Canterbury, Saeberht, + cvdred rex around beaded inner circle containing small cross pattée with pellets in angles, rev. + seb / erht, s reversed, divided by bone-shaped device containing beaded bar (Naismith 19.1 this coin; N. -; S.876), edge chipped between 6 and 7 o'clock, otherwise very fine, extremely rare, the only example listed by Naismith and only one other example known

provenance:
Time Line Originals, 8 January 2006
Found at Torksey, Lincolnshire, 2005 EMC 2005.0114

Saeberht produced similar coins with this reverse for Coenwulf

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Estimate
£1,200 to £1,500