Two-Line (3rd Coinage, N 635-641). -
The moneyer Ecgwulf was one of Burgred's (Mercia) , and there is an end date for the coin due to the suspicious death of Ecgwulf, who was at that time the 'King's Marshall', along with a few other notables, recorded in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, about 897. It may have been minted in London. Coin weighs 1.6g, so post reform. Found near Swindon in 2014. EMC record: 2014.0278. Images courtesy of Marcus Stratman.