Note: The letters MO, MT, HO, NO etc. after moneyers' names on many AR pennies are not part of the name, but simply mean "Moneta". | |||

BMC 101 Heriger | Eadgar AR penny, King of Mercia AD 957, King of all England, AD 959. Moneyer Heriger. +EADGAR REX in two circles around small cross pattée / HERIG-ER MO in two lines, divided by +-+-+, triangle of dots above and below. BMC Anglo-Saxon vol II, 101. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Athelaver | Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Athelaver. North-eastern mint. 21 mm, 1.33 g. Pre-Reform, before AD 973. +EADGAR REX and triangle symbol around small cross pattée. / ADELA-VER HO in two lines divided by +-+-+, triangle of three dots above and below. (the H is barred) North 741; Spink 1129; Tetney hoard 139; BMC 61 var (symbol). | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Athelaver BMC 57 | Eadgar AR penny. 20mm, 1.26 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Athelaver. North Eastern mint. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée with two crescents at the end of the legend. / ADELA-VER HO in two lines divided by +-+-+, triangle of three dots above and below. (the H is barred). North 741; Seaby 1129; BMC 57; EMC 2008.0007 (this coin); SCBI 34. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Athelaver Tetney 133-136 | Eadgar AR penny. 21 mm, 1.36 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Athelaver. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée with triangle of dots between A-R and two circles at the end of the legend. / ADELA-VER HO in two lines divided by +-+-+, triangle of three dots above and below. (the H is barred) North 741; Seaby 1129; Tetney Hoard 133-136 (one of them is this coin). | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Durand | Eadgar AR penny. 20mm, 1.01 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Durand. York. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée with crescent at the end of the legend. / DVRA-ND MO in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, four dots above, three dots below. North 741; Seaby 1129; SCBI Edinburgh 389; Tetney 185. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Farthen | Eadgar AR penny. 20mm, 1.01 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Farthen. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / FARD-EN HIO in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Seaby 1129; SCBI XXXIV, 920; BMC 92; Tetney 224. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Grid | Eadgar AR penny, North-eastern mint. Anglo-Saxon, AD 959-75. Moneyer Grid. 20 mm, 1.16 g. +EADGAR RE around small cross pattée. ( GRID NONE (sic) in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Seaby 1129; BMC 96; SCBI 923. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Ive | Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Ive. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / IVE M-ONET in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Spink 1129; BMC 114 var (N retrograde). | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Ive BMC 114 | Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Ive. 1.25 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée, crescent at the end of the legend. / IVE M-ONEN in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Spink 1129; BMC 114; Tetney 368. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Ive Tetney 363 | Eadgar AR penny. 20mm, 1.26 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Ive. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée with crescent at the end of the legend. / dot IVE M-ONET in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Seaby 1129; Tetney hoard 363 (this coin). | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Manan | Anglo-Saxon. Kings of All England. Eadgar. 959-975. AR Penny (1.24 g). Two-line BMC i type, circa 959-973. Leicester or York mint; moneyer Manan ("Nanan"). +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / NAN AN MO (M is barred) in two lines divided by +-+-+ between them, trefoils of three dots above and below. SCBI 6 (Edinburgh), 490; CTCE 65; North 741; SCBC 1129; BMC -. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Manan Tetney 378 | Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Manan. 1.26 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / NAN-AHNO (sic) in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Spink 1129; Tetney hoard 378 (this coin); BMC 124. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Thur | Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Thur. 1.37 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / DVR - MON in two lines divided by +-+-+, triangle of dots above and below. North 741 unlisted; Spink 1129; BMC -. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1129 Unbein | Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. Moneyer Unbein (Hunbein). 1.13 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / VNBE-IN HO in two lines divided by +-+-+ with bar, triangle of three dots above and below. North 741; Spink 1129; BMC 109 var (N retrograde). | Text | Image |

Seaby 1131 Aelfred | Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.4 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Aelfred. Northwest mint. EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / AELF-RED (AE ligate) in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; BMC 147; Ballaquayle hoard 67; Chester hoard 377-378. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1131 Aldewine | Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.50 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Aldewine (Ealdwine). Chester mint. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / ALDE-PINE M in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; CTCE 136; SCBI 34; BMC 150. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1131 Eoroth | Eadgar AR penny. 21mm, 1.29 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Eoroth. EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / EOR-OD M in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; CTCE 141; SCBI XXXIV 1197; BMC 155. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1131 Freothric | Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.50 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Freothric. Chester mint. +EADGA RE around small cross patée. / FREO-DRIC in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; BMC 156; Chester hoard 400. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1131 Ingelric | Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.4 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Ingelric. Probably Derby mint. +EADGAR REX (sic) around small cross patée. / INGEL-RI MOT in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; BMC -; Chester hoard -; SCBI database -. Found in 2003 beneath the nave floor of Lichfield Cathedral. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1131 Martin | Eadgar AR penny. 19.5mm, 1.12 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Eoroth. Chester mint. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / MAR-TIN in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; CTCE 147; SCBI XXIX 499. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1131 Othelriht | Eadgar, AR penny. Moneyer Othelriht. North-eastern mint. 1.27g. EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / ODEL RIHT in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette comprising of dots above and below. North 745; Spink 1131; CTCE 148. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1131 Thurmod | Eadgar, AR penny. AD 959-975. North West style. Moneyer Thurmod. 1.16 g. +EADGAR REX around small cross pattée. / DVR - MOD M in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of dots above and below. North 745; Spink 1131; BMC 163 var (MOD only); Henry Hall coll. 18. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1131 Werstan | Eadgar AR penny. 22mm, 1.50 g. AD 959-975. Moneyer Werstan. Northwest mint. +EADGAR REX around small cross patée. / YVER-ZTAN (N retrograde) in two lines divided by O-+-O, rosette of five dots above and below. North 745; Seaby 1131; CTE 153; Chester hoard 434. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1132 Deorlaf | Eadgar, King of all England. AD 959-975. AR Penny, 20.5mm, 1.12 g. Moneyer Deorlaf. Chester mint. +EADGAR REX in two circles around small cross. / DEOR-LAF M above and beneath Θ L + E T with cross or rosette of dots above and below. Seaby 1132; North 757; SCBI BM 1215; North 757; type BMC 23 (different rosettes). | Text | Image |

Seaby 1141 Herwulf | Eadgar AR Penny. AD 959-975. York mint. Reform Coinage. Moneyer Herwulf. +EADGAR REX ANGLORX, crowned and draped bust left. / +HERVLF M-O EOFOR around small cross. Seaby 1141; North 752. Unrecorded moneyer. Gillis coins WS8791. | Text | Image |

Seaby 1141 Leofsig | Kings of All England. Eadgar, 959-975 AD. AR Penny, (Northampton mint). 1.31 g. Reform coinage; Reform Portrait type. Moneyer Leofsig. + EADGAR REX ANGLO RX, Central circle, diademed and draped bust left. / + LEOF SIG M-O HANT around central circle with small cross pattee within. North-752; S-1141. | Text | Image |

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