Æthelwald Moll (759-765) -
ANGLO-SAXON, Kings of Northumbria. Æthelwald Moll, with Archbishop Ecgberht. 759-765. AR Sceatt (13mm, 1.06 g, 12h). York mint. + EDIh∂ΓD around central small cross pattée / ECGBERhT ΛR around central small cross pattée. SCBI –; BMC –; Pirie –; Pirie, Guide 2.4; Beowulf 1446 (same obv. die); North 193 note (Alchred); SCBC 853. Good VF, dusky find patina, some hard green deposits. A key rarity in the Northumbrian Series. Extremely rare, the finest of only four known specimens. Found Yapham, East Riding, Yorkshire 2018. Images and text courtesy of CNG.
NB: Æthelwald Moll was King of Northumbria, from 759 to 765. He seized power after the murder of Oswulf son of Eadberht; his ancestry and connection to the royal family of Northumbria is unknown. (Wikipedia article).