Cnut Silver Penny 1016-1035AD Gloucester
Cnut Silver short cross Penny 1016-1035AD Gloucester
Cnut was a Dane, the son of Sweyn Forkbeard and was king of England, Denmark and Norway, having won the throne of England from Edmund II (Ironside) after centuries of Viking raids.
Three main types of coins were struck during the reign of Cnut, the quatrefoil, pointed helmet and short cross (this coin being an example), each type having regional variations even from the same mint and moneyer.
Bold strike with clear portrait details.
This coin comes with an old collectors ticket.
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