An Unrecorded Variety for the Moneyer Ceolbald in Æthelred I of Northumbria’s Second Reign – A.G. Bliss

The moneyer Ceolbald has long been known as one of the most prolific moneyers in the coinage of Æthelred II of Northumbria’s second reign (c. 790-796), issuing a number of different die varieties. This note discusses a newly recognised sub-type, probably reflecting an error on part of the original die-sinker.

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