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    ANGLO-SAXON ENGLAND. Kings of Mercia. Coenwulf (AD 796-821) penny (1.30 gm). Uncertain mint in East Anglia, ca. 817-821. Wodel, moneyer. + COENVVLF .: REX m, diademed head of Coenwulf right / PO-d-E-L+ within angles of diamond-lozenge cross-crosslet containing five pellets in the shape of a cross. North 370. C. E. Blunt, et al., "The Coinage of Southern England, 796-840," BNJ XXXII (1963), Cn113. BMC 91. SCBC 920. Extremely rare. Toned. Extremely fine.

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