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  1. Thanks for that Rob - that is brilliant! Now you have pointed it out it is as plain as a pikestaff. Thanks again.
  2. My first post here, so please be kind! I recently acquired the attached coin. It came to me loosely identified as Edward the Elder, but after careful examination and comparison in JJ North's book, I suspect it is Eadred (or possibly Eadgar) with the HT1 reverse. The problem is I cannot make any of the moneyers listed fit with the words on the reverse. Can anyone help me nail this one down?