S.761, Kent, Early Christian -
Anglo-Saxon England, Kent, Anonymous Early Christian Issues, temp. Eorcenberht (c. 620-655), Gold Shilling, 'Wuneetton' type, large crude bust right, with mane of hair and crescent-shaped ear, trident on stand before, linear collar with four pellets, rev. WVNO[...]TEEN, central cross potent in double beaded circle, 1.27g, 0°[?] (SCBI 69, 4 this coin; Abramson, 2012a, Fig 4; T&S pp. 59, 77; A&W xiv; Gannon: pp. 47, 73, Fig. 2.34; Spink 761),
Images and selected text reproduced by kind permission of Spink and Son Ltd, London, auction 21000, The Tony Abramson Collection of Dark Age Coinage - Part I, March 18th 2021, lot # 21. Provenance: J Philpotts, May 2010, Found near Sleaford (Lincolnshire) [EMC 2010.0074].