S.767, "Two Emperors" -
Anglo-Saxon England, Post-Crondall Types (c. 655-675), Pale Gold Shilling, 'Two Emperors' type, in the style of a 4th Century Solidus, VAE | N, cuirassed bust right, with wearing concentric arc diadem, cross-on-step before, rev. Victory spreading wings over two seated emperors, 1.24g, 0° (SCBI 69, 13 this coin; Abramson, 2012a, Fig 13 and, 2012b, Fig 22a; T&S pp. 79-80; A&W xxvii; North 20; Spink 767 same dies as plate coin).
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 # 23. Provenance: Acquired privately from finder. Found by J Scopes at Burgate, near Diss (Suffolk), November 2009 ~ [EMC 2010.0009 = BNJ Coin Register 2010, no. 55].