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Hiberno-Norse, Phase VI

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By c.1100 the Hiberno-Norse coinage settled down into a period of relative stability and a large number of coins of a relatively similar design were produced. These coins had an obverse design which was a degraded form of the Aethelred radiate bust from his 'long cross' issue with the addition of a crozier design in front of the face. The reverse feature a pair of scepters in opposite quarters and the other pair of quarters usually featured a cross or a pellet, or less often an annulet.

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Hiberno-Norse. Circa 1095/1100-1150. AR Penny (18mm, 0.46 g). Phase VI coinage, Long Cross type. Uncertain mint signature and moneyer. Bust left; croizer before, quatrefoil on neck / Voided long cross; pellets and scepters in opposite quarters. O'S 22; SCBI 8 (BM), 366-75; D&F 32; SCBC 6187. Good VF, toned Phase Iv, Medieval, Hand Symbols, Quatrefoil, Seals, Vikings, Coins, Scotland, Ireland

Hiberno-Norse. Circa 1095/1100-1150. AR Penny (18mm, 0.46 g). Phase VI coinage, Long Cross type. Uncertain mint signature and moneyer. Bust left; croizer before, quatrefoil on neck / Voided long cross; pellets and scepters in opposite quarters. O'S 22; SCBI 8 (BM), 366-75; D&F 32; SCBC 6187. Good VF, toned

Ireland, Hiberno-Scandinavian period, Phase VI, Penny, bust left, crozier in front, rev. long voided cross, sceptres and pellets in alternate angles, 0.43g/11h (SCBI BM 232ff; S 6187; DF 32). Edges slightly buckled as usual, otherwise nearly very fine for issue, rare Alternate Angles, Ancient Vikings, Viking Jewelry, Coin Collecting, Scandinavian, Period, Ireland, Coins, Rooms

Ireland, Hiberno-Scandinavian period, Phase VI, Penny, bust left, crozier in front, rev. long voided cross, sceptres and pellets in alternate angles, 0.43g/11h (SCBI BM 232ff; S 6187; DF 32). Edges slightly buckled as usual, otherwise nearly very fine for issue, rare

Hiberno-Norse. temp. Domnall mac Taidc Ua Briain – Brotar mac Torcaill. Early-mid 12th century. AR Penny (18mm, 0.40 g). Phase VI coinage. Uncertain mint and moneyer. Struck circa 1095/1100-1110. Crude draped bust left; crozier before head / Voided long cross, with annulet at center and cruciform scepters and pellets alternating in quarters. SCBI -; SCBC 6187. VF, find patina, some verdigris Vikings, 12th Century, Irish, Coins, Dating, Personalized Items, Scotland, Ireland, United Kingdom

Hiberno-Norse. temp. Domnall mac Taidc Ua Briain – Brotar mac Torcaill. Early-mid 12th century. AR Penny (18mm, 0.40 g). Phase VI coinage. Uncertain mint and moneyer. Struck circa 1095/1100-1110. Crude draped bust left; crozier before head / Voided long cross, with annulet at center and cruciform scepters and pellets alternating in quarters. SCBI -; SCBC 6187. VF, find patina, some verdigris

Hiberno-Norse. temp. Domnall mac Taidc Ua Briain – Brotar mac Torcaill. Early-mid 12th century. AR Penny (18mm, 0.43 g). Phase VI coinage. Uncertain mint and moneyer. Struck circa 1095/1100-1150. Crude draped bust left; crozier before / Voided long cross, with annulet at center and cruciform scepters and pellets alternating in quarters. SCBI -; SCBC 6187. Good VF, toned. Rare Vikings, Medieval, Baltic Region, Coin Art, Viking Age, 12th Century, Seals, Archaeology, Britain

Hiberno-Norse. temp. Domnall mac Taidc Ua Briain – Brotar mac Torcaill. Early-mid 12th century. AR Penny (18mm, 0.43 g). Phase VI coinage. Uncertain mint and moneyer. Struck circa 1095/1100-1150. Crude draped bust left; crozier before / Voided long cross, with annulet at center and cruciform scepters and pellets alternating in quarters. SCBI -; SCBC 6187. Good VF, toned. Rare

Hiberno-Norse. temp. Domnall mac Taidc Ua Briain – Brotar mac Torcaill. Early-mid 12th century. AR Penny (17mm, 1.14 g). Phase VI coinage. Uncertain mint and moneyer. Struck circa 1095/1100-1110. Crude draped bust left; crozier before head / Voided long cross, with annulet at center and cruciform scepters and pellets alternating in quarters. SCBI 8 (BM), 247 (same obv. die); SCBC 6187. VF, toned, minor edge crack Baltic Region, Viking Jewelry, 12th Century, Dark Ages, Coin Collecting, Seals, Archaeology, Vikings, Coins

Hiberno-Norse. temp. Domnall mac Taidc Ua Briain – Brotar mac Torcaill. Early-mid 12th century. AR Penny (17mm, 1.14 g). Phase VI coinage. Uncertain mint and moneyer. Struck circa 1095/1100-1110. Crude draped bust left; crozier before head / Voided long cross, with annulet at center and cruciform scepters and pellets alternating in quarters. SCBI 8 (BM), 247 (same obv. die); SCBC 6187. VF, toned, minor edge crack

Hiberno-Norse. Circa 1095/1100-1150. AR Penny (18mm, 0.46 g). Phase VI coinage, Long Cross type. Uncertain mint signature and moneyer. Bust left; croizer before, quatrefoil on neck / Voided long cross; pellets and sceptres in opposite quarters. O'S 22; SCBI 8 (BM), 366-75; D&F 32; SCBC 6187. Good VF, toned. Phase Iv, Medieval, Hand Symbols, Quatrefoil, Seals, Vikings, Coins, Scotland, Ireland

Hiberno-Norse. Circa 1095/1100-1150. AR Penny (18mm, 0.46 g). Phase VI coinage, Long Cross type. Uncertain mint signature and moneyer. Bust left; croizer before, quatrefoil on neck / Voided long cross; pellets and sceptres in opposite quarters. O'S 22; SCBI 8 (BM), 366-75; D&F 32; SCBC 6187. Good VF, toned.

Hiberno-Norse Phase VI - very crude bust, crozier l. long cross with sceptres and pellets, Edge crimped as usual for this issue, deeply toned good very fine Coins, Old Things, Personalized Items, Rooms

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Hiberno-Norse Phase VI - very crude bust, crozier l., rev. long cross with sceptres and pellets, 0.46g, (S.6187). Edge crimped as usual for this issue, deeply toned good very fine

Hiberno-Norse. AR penny. 0.42 gm. 17 mm. Crude imitation of Æthelred's long cross type. Phase VI, struck circa 1095-1110. Very crude bust left, - for eye, crozier before / Voided long cross with central pellet in annulet, scepters and pellets in one pair of opposing quarters, single pellets in other pair. SCBI Hiberno-Norse 232-249. D&F 32. S. 6187. Good Very Fine; toned, old toning. Old Things, Eye, Personalized Items

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Hiberno-Norse. AR penny. 0.42 gm. 17 mm. Crude imitation of Æthelred's long cross type. Phase VI, struck circa 1095-1110. Very crude bust left, - for eye, crozier before / Voided long cross with central pellet in annulet, scepters and pellets in one pair of opposing quarters, single pellets in other pair. SCBI Hiberno-Norse 232-249. D&F 32. S. 6187. Good Very Fine; toned, old toning.

Hiberno-Norse, Phase VI, Late Debased issue Long Cross Penny, very crude bust left, crozier in front, blundered legend of strokes Coins, Old Things, Money, Rooms, Silver

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Hiberno-Norse, Phase VI, Late Debased issue Long Cross Penny, very crude bust left, crozier in front, blundered legend of strokes

Hiberno-Norse Kings of Dublin, Phase VI (c.1095-c.1110), Penny, 1.14g., 17mm, "Very Late and Degraded Imitations of Long Cross Coins", stylized head ultimately derived from the Long Cross type of Aethelred II left, crozier (bishops crook) in front, blundered legends,  rev., voided long cross, pellet and sceptre in alternate angles (S.6187, BNJ 1976, Brand #B51 this coin), tiny striking crack just 4 o'clock otherwise a solid full coin, good very fine, scarce Alternate Angles, Penny 1, Oclock, Dublin, Legends, Coins, Personalized Items, Type, Rooms

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Hiberno-Norse Kings of Dublin, Phase VI (c.1095-c.1110), Penny, 1.14g., 17mm, "Very Late and Degraded Imitations of Long Cross Coins", stylized head ultimately derived from the Long Cross type of Aethelred II left, crozier (bishops crook) in front, blundered legends, rev., voided long cross, pellet and sceptre in alternate angles (S.6187, BNJ 1976, Brand #B51 this coin), tiny striking crack just 4 o'clock otherwise a solid full coin, good very fine, scarce