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Sceat

Reference :
Abramson F100
Metcalf P. 130, var. c
cf. Beowulf 13-14
North 62 var. (symbols on rev.); SCBC 781
Sceats

Obv :  Crude bust right, wearing pelleted headdress; three pellets to right, pseudo-legend around
Rev :  Cross set on annulet on two steps with pellet between; pellets and annulets at ends of arms; pseudo-legend around
Mint : Uncertain Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Abramson J120
Metcalf 294
North 126
SCBC 791
Sceats

Obv :  Diademed head right; double border
Rev :  Outline bird right on cross; quatrefoil to right, annulets flanking
Mint : Mint in Northumbria Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Abramson J400
Metcalf 296-9
North 135
SCBC 792
Sceats

Obv :  Two diademed heads confronted; between, long cross with trident end; double border
Rev :  Cross, at each end a bird right; double border
Mint :  Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Beowulf 27 (this coin)
cf. Abramson D210
cf. Metcalf 158-9
cf. North 163; SCBC 839
Sceats

Obv :  Crude bust right with pyramidical neck; chevron behind, [Runic legend before]
Rev :  Cross pommÉe, pellets in angles; blundered legend around
Mint :  Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Beowulf 31 (this coin)
cf. William L. Subjack Collection (Vecchi 11, 5 June 1998), lot 117
otherwise unpublished
Sceats

Obv :  Cross pommÉe; pellets in quarters
Rev :  Standard with central pellet-in-annulet, pellets in corners; chevrons in margin
Mint :  Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Beowulf 47 (this coin)
cf. Depeyrot, Denier, P. 155, 15 (for possible prototype)
otherwise unpublished
Sceats

Obv :  Uncertain hatch-pattern design
Rev :  Cross pattÉe; blundered legend around
Mint : Uncertain Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Beowulf 58 (this coin)
Abramson J400
Metcalf 296-9
North 135; SCBC 792
Sceats

Obv :  Two diademed heads confronted; between, long cross with trident end; double border
Rev :  Cross, at each end a bird right; double border
Mint :  Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Beowulf 67 (this coin)
Abramson T220
Metcalf pp. 435-6
North 80; SCBC 834A
Sceats

Obv :  MONITASCORVM
Diademed and draped bust right; MONITASCORVM above, cross to right
Rev :  IIII
‘Porcupine’ left; IIII within
Mint : London-related Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Beowulf 68 (this coin)
Abramson T220
Metcalf pp. 435-6
North 80; SCBC 834A
Sceats

Obv :  MONITASCORVM
Diademed and draped bust right; MONITASCORVM above, cross to right
Rev :  IIII
‘Porcupine’ left; IIII within
Mint : London-related Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Beowulf 75 (this coin)
Abramson Q070 variety 1
Metcalf P. 491
North 133 var. (cross on rev.); SCBC 836B
Sceats

Obv :  Diademed and draped bust right; cross before, pellets around
Rev :  Bird standing left; pellets around
Mint : East Midlands Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
Beowulf 85 (this coin)
Abramson Q410
cf. Metcalf 388
North -; SCBC 832B
Sceats

Obv :  ER
Crude bust right; annulet behind, Runic ER (retrograde) before
Rev :  Quadruped standing right; pellets around
Mint : Mint in East Anglia Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Sceat

Reference :
cf. Abramson E105
OdV&K 652
cf. Metcalf P. 231
cf. Beowulf 37; cf. North 48; cf. SCBC 788
Sceats

Obv :  OIII
‘Porcupine’ left, OIII and cross within
Rev :  Standard with central annulet and two chevrons around; cross above, three lines at sides, symbols in corners
Mint : Mint in Frisia (Dorestad) Mintmark : 
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