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No 483 - King Cnut Penny

No 483 - King Cnut Penny Image

Silver Penny of King Cnut 1024-1030 AD

Obv: + CNVT REX A, helmeted bust left; sceptre before,

Rev: GRVNAL MO TANYATS (Grunal and Tanyats being ficticious moneyer and mint place respectively) voided short cross, limbs united at base by two circles with no pellet in center; broken annulet enclosing pellet in each angle.

Made from a modern die cut by a master craftsman to represent this type and hand struck from pewter. The die maker has used the name Grunal as the moneyer on the coin.

Your Price:£2.59
Weight:2.20 g