An Hiberno-Norse Phase II Long Cross Penny, Sihtric of Dublin, with Dublin mint signature of Godric (Moneyer of Dublin). The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Hiberno-Norse Phase II Silver Penny, Sihtric of Dublin (Moneyer: GODRIC)

Date: c. 1015-1035   Description: An Hiberno-Norse Phase II Long Cross Penny, Sihtric of Dublin, with Dublin mint signature of Godric (Moneyer of Dublin). Diameter: 19mm Extremely fine (EF), pretty much as struck Extremely rare in such a high grade References: S.6122 Obverse: Draped bust left; poorly executed quatrefoil behind neck Legend: + SIHTRC: REX:…

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. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Hiberno-Norse Phase III Silver Penny, Class E (Bust with Symbols), Type 6 (2 pellets in front, quatrefoil + single pellet behind & 3 pellets on neck).

Date: c. 1035-1060 Description: 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…

Hiberno-Norse Phase III, Class A, Plain bust, Type 2 (Long Cross, with one hand symbol) Echmarcach mac Ragnaill. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Hiberno-Norse Silver Penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain Bust), Type 2 (One Hand on Rev.)

Date: c. 1035-1060 Description: An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain bust), Type 2 (one hand on reverse). The obverse and reverse legends, as usual, are badly blundered and indecipherable. Obverse: Plain Bust, imitating Aethelred of England. Legend: Badly blundered (illegible). + DIF  LIN  VIDF  EIE Reverse: Long Cross imitation, with symbolic hands…

An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain bust), Type 1e (two hands + one large pellet on reverse). The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Hiberno-Norse Silver Penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain Bust), Type 1e (2 Hands + 1 large pellet on Rev.)

Date: c. 1035-1060 Description: An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain bust), Type 1e (two hands + one large pellet on reverse). The obverse and reverse legends, as usual, are badly blundered and indecipherable. Obverse: Plain Bust, imitating Aethelred of England. Legend: Badly blundered (illegible). + YIII  YYIO  IIIIII Reverse: Long Cross imitation,…

An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain bust), Type 1f (two hands + one large pellet + one small pellet on reverse). The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Hiberno-Norse Silver Penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain Bust), Type 1f (2 Hands + 1 large pellet + 1 small pellet on Rev.)

Date: c. 1035-1060 Description: An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain bust), Type 1f (two hands + one large pellet + one small pellet on reverse). The obverse and reverse legends, as usual, are badly blundered and indecipherable. Obverse: Plain Bust, imitating Aethelred of England. Legend: Badly blundered (illegible). + NNDIIN  DIFIDIII Reverse:…

Hiberno-Norse penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain bust), Type 1g - Long Cross, with two hands + quatrefoil. Echmarcach mac Ragnaill. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Hiberno-Norse Phase III Silver Penny, Class A (Plain Bust), Type 1g (Long Cross with two hands + quatrefoil)

Date: c. 1035-1060 Description: An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class A (Plain Bust), Type 1g (Long Cross with two hands + quatrefoil on reverse). Blundered legends on both obverse and reverse – undecipherable. Obverse: Plain bust, imitating earlier Phase I types. Legend: Blundered and indecipherable. Reverse: Long cross, imitating earlier Phase I Long Cross…

An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class E (Bust with Symbols), Type 3d (Three Pellets behind Head). Long Cross with two hands on reverse. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Hiberno-Norse Phase III Silver Penny, Class E (Bust with Symbols), Type 3d (Three Pellets behind Head). Long Cross with two hands.

Date: c. 1035-1060 Description: An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class E (Bust with Symbols), Type 3d (Three Pellets behind Head). Long Cross with two hands on reverse. Blundered legends on both obverse and reverse – undecipherable. Obverse: Plain bust, imitating earlier Phase I types. Symbol before face – pellet Legend: Blundered and indecipherable. Reverse:…

An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class E (Bust with Symbols), Type 1a (Pellet before Face), with 2 stylised hands on reverse. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Hiberno-Norse Phase III Silver Penny, Class E (Bust with Symbols), Type 1a (Pellet before Face). Long Cross with two hands

Date: c. 1035-1060 Description: An Hiberno-Norse silver penny, Phase III, Class E (Bust with Symbols), Type 1a (Pellet before Face). Long Cross with two hands on reverse. Blundered legends on both obverse and reverse – undecipherable. Obverse: Stylised bust of Ethelred II, imitating earlier Phase I types. Symbol before face – pellet Legend: Blundered and…

A Bank of Ireland, Fourteenth Issue, One Pound note, Type 1, dated 22nd July 1918, signature of W.H. Baskin. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Early Irish Banknotes: 1918 Bank of Ireland (Fourteenth Issue, Type 1) One Pound note

Date: 1918-1919 Description: A Bank of Ireland One Pound note (Fourteenth Issue), Type 2 Issued on 22nd July 1918 Serial Number: A/27 89692 Signed by: William Haughton Baskin, Chief Cashier Obverse: The £1 note of this 14th issue of the Bank of Ireland series features 66 branches on eight lines and printed in red ink…

Bank of Ireland One Pound, Fourteenth Issue (Branches in 8 lines and red ink), Type 2, dated 17th February 1920, signature of A.G. Fleming, Chief Cashier. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Early Irish Banknotes: 1920 Bank of Ireland (Fourteenth Issue, Type 2) One Pound note

Date: 1920 Description: A Bank of Ireland One Pound note (Fourteenth Issue), Type 2 Issued on 17th February 1920 Serial Number: A/99 52079 Signed by: Alfred G. Fleming, Chief Cashier Obverse: The £1 note of this 14th issue of the Bank of Ireland series features 66 branches on eight lines and printed in red ink…