Eanred; struck under moneyer Monne
Mint in Frisia (Domburg?)
AR Sceat, Series D, type 8
circa 837-841 AD
‘Standard’ with central annulet surrounded by right angles
Cross pattée; chevron at end of each arm, annulets (some with pellets) in quarters
VF, dark find patina.
from the Beowulf Collection, Classical Numismatic Group Auction 75, (23 May 2007), Lot 1367; ex Classical Numismatic Group eAuction 444 (15 May 2019), Lot 570
This coin is cited in Abramson, T. "The 'Beowulf' Collection" in T. Abramson, ed., Studies in Early Medieval Coinage (Woodbridge, 2008)
The sceat (Old English sceatt, meaning "wealth", "money" and "coin") was a small silver coin minted in the Anglo-Saxon period.