Short Cross Pennies

Mint and Moneyer Tables

In the following tables, X indicates that a coin of the type exists; O indicates that the coin is known only as an obverse mule; R indicates that the coin is known only as a reverse mule; ? indicates a degree of uncertainty.

Class 1

Class 2

Class 3

Class 4

Class 5

Class 6

Class 7

Class 8

Notes

 

The following entries to the tables are recent additions post-dating the publication of SCBI 56 (2001).

Class 1a2/1a?: Northampton, Hugo (based on UKDFD 55138)

Class 4c: Shrewsbury, Ive (based on UKDFD 46952)

Class 5c: Chichester, Willelm (based on UKDFD 142)

Class 7b3: London, Terri (based on UKDFD 46827)

The highlighted links above may be clicked to view the referenced coin. The obverse of the class 4c penny of Shrewsbury clearly has a reversed S, a diagnostic feature of this class, although the upper and lower elements of the letter are misaligned. The S on the reverse of the coin is similarly misaligned, but not reversed. Some numismatists may therefore regard the coin as a 4c/4b mule. It is possibly from the same dies as Mass 1139 (SCBI 56), which is classified as 4b, but the letter S on both sides of that coin are less clear.

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