S.1321, Rodbert III de Stuteville -
Same reverse die as Mack 228c, but different obverse. Images courtesy of Derek Greenwell, a metal detecting find by him. Found West Lutton (Ryedale District), North Yorkshire, 12 March 2020. Coin auctioned by Spink, July 2020. From the Spink description: Penny, struck c. 1148-52 [?], on dies designed by Continental engravers [?], 0.98g, 6h, +[...]RODBERTVS D S|TV Knight on horseback right, brandishing sword, mantling (lambrequin) flying from conical helmet, rev. fine 'ornamental' legends with D I interspersed among spoked-wheels, cogwheels, cross pommée in quatrefoil and other devices, escarbuncle fleury at centre (EMC 2020.0114 this coin; Allen , 'Phase 4', dies Bb, and pp. 309, no. 64 same dies; Mack , no. 228c same dies; Lockett -; N.932; S.1321). this coin of the highest rarity and greatest numismatic importance, being the first new discovery in over a century; the second most complete example recorded and only type coin available to commerce!