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Silver penny of Edward the Elder
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Coinage. Penny. Edward the Elder (899-924), ruler. Beornweald, moneyer. Obverse; +EADVVE…D REX. Reverse; BEORNæ / OLD M. Production Place: Southeast Mercia. Silver, struck, weight 1.35 g, diameter 23.5 mm, 899. Medieval. Anglo-Viking.
Accession Number: CM.615-1998
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