Date: c. 1035-1060
An Hiberno-Norse penny, Phase III, Class E (Bust with Symbols), Type 6 – 2 pellets in front, quatrefoil + single pellet behind & 3 pellets on neck. Rev: Two pellets in first quadrant, Hand + one pellet in second, hand in third, and Quatrefoil + single pellet in fourth. Blundered legends on both obverse and reverse – undecipherable.
- Plain bust, imitating earlier Phase I types. Symbol before face – pellet
- Blundered and indecipherable.
- + IhNI ONIN DYN
- Long cross, imitating earlier Phase I Long Cross type. Poorly struck reverse, with two pellets in first quadrant, Hand + one pellet in second, hand in third, and quatrefoil + single pellet in fourth.
- Badly blundered and indecipherable.
- Phase III
- Class E
- Type 6
- 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