The Coins and Historical Medals auction Dix Noonan Webb will be holding on 3 November includes a number of detecting finds, some of which have been unearthed within the last few months.
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Lot 3, Catuvellauni gold stater
Cunobelin, linear type S. 281, good VF, rare, found in Essex, pre-sale estimate £1,000-£1,200.
Lot 10, Offa penny of Canterbury
light coinage, no portrait, moneyer Headberht, S. 904, two edge splits, otherwise VF, very rare, found in West Sussex, £800-£1,000.
Lot 12, Eadred penny
with portrait, moneyer Nothel. S. 1115, flan slightly wavy, otherwise nearly VF and rare, found in Essex, £800-£1,000.
Lot 22, William I penny
bonnet type, moneyer Leofing, S. 1251, crack in centre and wavy flan, otherwise good VF, found in Hampshire, £600-800.
Lot 27, Stephen and Matilda
penny of York
two figure type, the reverse with ornaments in the legend, S. 1315, VF, very rare, found in Lincolnshire, £10,000-£15,000.
Lot 28, Eustace Fitzjohn
penny of York
armed knight on obverse, cross within quatrefoil on reverse, S. 1316, good VF with fully legible legends, lightly toned, attractive and extremely rare, found in North Yorkshire, £10,000-£15,000.
Lot 29, Henry III round
halfpenny of London
class VII, moneyer Elis, S. 1357D, slightly buckled, otherwise fully legible on a round flan, about VF, excessively rare and far fewer known than the round halfpennies of Henry I, found in North Norfolk, £4,000-£6,000.
Lot 571, Carausius
probably London, lion with thunderbolt in mouth on reverse, RSR in exergue, RIC 591, large edge chip, otherwise good VF, found in Dorset, £1,000-£1,500.
Lot 572, Carausius
London, altar on reverse inscribed with MVL TIS XX IMP, RSR below, RIC 595, minute flan crack, otherwise nearly EF with some residual bloom, very attractive and extremely rare, found in Hampshire, £4,000-£5,000.
Lot 613, Merovingian
pseudo-imperial gold tremissis
circa AD 540-60, uncertain mint (probably Burgundy), VF, the obverse die of unusually refined style for the type, extremely rare, found in Oxfordshire, £1,200-£1,500.
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