Scotland, David I Silver Penny, 1124-1153AD Carlisle, extremely rare


Code: ON900

Scotland, David I (in name of Stephen) Silver Penny, 1124-1153AD Carlisle
18mm, 0.90g, S5002

Struck during Period A, 1136-early 1140’s

Bust right, with sceptre / Cross moline, lis in angles.

An extremely rare Norman penny struck under the rule of David I of Scotland, using altered dies of the cross moline type penny of Stephen, king of England (1135-1154A.D.) Struck at Carlisle in North-west England, then under Scottish control.

An interesting piece of early Scottish/English history.

1 in stock

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