Date: c. 1035-1060
Hiberno-Norse coinage, silver penny, Phase III, Class E (Symbol on Bust), Type 2f – pellet on neck), two hands + annulet on reverse. Blundered legends on both obverse and reverse, but obverse is partially legible.
- Stylised bust of Ethelred II, imitating earlier Phase I types.
- Symbol on neck – small pellet.
- Blundered Legend: + IINDVNOFI:DYII
- Translates as: ? of Dublin
- Long cross, imitating earlier Phase I Long Cross type.
- Two hand symbols and an annulet within the cross quadrants.
- Blundered Legend: NDOIINREMI:O:MN
- Phase 3
- Class E
- Type 2f
- Phase 3
- O’Brien Coin Guide: Anglo-Saxon Coins & Their Links to Ireland
- O’Brien Coin Guide: Who Introduced Anglo-Saxon Coins to Ireland and why ?
- O’Brien Coin Guide: Introduction to the Hiberno-Norse Coinages of the Late 10th & Early 11th C
Other Useful Links:
- Checklist of Hiberno-Norse Coinage (A new web page devoted to this series)