Class 1b has a change of obverse and reverse legends, putting "ANG" onto the obverse and adding the mint name to the reverse - this being necessary as production was expanded from London to Canterbury and Bury. London coins are the commonest and Bury the scarcest. From London, Churchill and Thomas document 110 class 1b coins in the Brussels Hoard but of 68 different types. This high degree of variability in the design is reflected in many ways, including:
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