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English: English: Coin minted at York, 947 x 954. Obverse legend reads ERIC REX (Eric 'Bloodaxe'), reverse: moneyer Radulf. Herbert Appold Grueber (1846-1927). Handbook of the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland in the British Museum. London, 1899. Plate 1, coin no. 119 (described at p. 21).
Date 1899 (year of publication)
Author Internet Archive

ECM number: 2007.0059


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