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1042-1066 AD., Colchester in England, Edward the Confessor, moneyer Brunhyse, Penny, North 820.
Great Britain, Kings of All England, Edward the Confessor, Colchester mint, moneyer Brunhyse (Brunhus, Bruno), 1042-1066 AD., 
AR Penny (17-18 mm / 1,00 g), expanding cross type, light issue.
Obv.: EDPA - RD REX , diademed bust of Edward left, with sceptre with cross pommée. 
Rev.: Rev.: + BRVNHVSE ON COLE (NC ligate) , expanding cross with circle in center, pellet in one angle of cross.
North (English Hammered Coins, Vol. 1, p. 183) lists a "Brunhyse" striking for Edward the Confessor at Colchester ; North 820 ; Seaby 1176 .

Alan found out: "Lockett collection included an example reading BRVNHYSE ON COLE (lot 813 part), which is how I would read your coin. Listed by Freeman as an example of the heavy coinage (number 25 for Colchester in his 1985 BAR publication "The Moneyer and the Mint in the reign of Edward the Confessor, 1042-1066)
Yours however is in the light coinage issue weight range. The difference in weight indicated by North is 18 grains (= about 1.2 g) for the light coinage and 27 grains (= 1.75 g) for the heavy coinage issue."

Ēadweard se Andettere (c. 1004–5 Æfterra Gēola 1066) sunu Æðelredes Unrædes, wæs se ærendenīehsta Seaxisca cyning Englalande, and endenīehsta cyning of Hūse West-Seaxna.
He æfterfolgode his healfbrēðer Harthacanute, se hæfþ of hira stēopbrēðer Harold Harefoot þæm cynedōm gewunnen. Ēadweard and his brōðor Ælfred Æðeling miste ær tō gesettenne Harold ūt in 1036.

King Edward the Confessor (c. 1003 – 5 January 1066), son of Ethelred the Unready, was the penultimate Anglo-Saxon King of England and the last of the House of Wessex, ruling from 1042 until his death. His reign marked the continuing disintegration of royal power in England and the aggrandizement of the great territorial earls, and it foreshadowed the country's later connection with Normandy, whose duke William I of England was to supplant Edward's successors Harold Godwinson and Edgar Ætheling as England's ruler.
Edward succeeded his half-brother Harthacanute, who had successfully regained the throne of England after being dispossessed by his half-brother, Harold Harefoot. Edward and his brother Alfred the Ætheling, both sons of Emma of Normandy by Ethelred the Unready, had previously failed to depose Harold in 1036. When Edward died in 1066 he had no son to take over the throne so a conflict arose as three men claimed the throne of England.

Eduardo el Confesor fue el rey de Inglaterra entre 1045 y 1066. Fue el primero de los reyes en protagonizar la efímera restauración de la dinastía sajona en Inglaterra, comprendida entre el dominio danés de 1016-1045 y la conquista de Inglaterra por Guillermo de Normandía. A pesar de ser el tercer rey sajón con el nombre de Eduardo, este monarca no posee la tradicional numeración latina, usada en Inglaterra para los reyes posteriores a la conquista normanda de 1066. Se le conoce como Eduardo el Confesor o San Eduardo el Confesor porque fue canonizado como recompensa a su apoyo a la Iglesia Católica durante su reinado.
Schlüsselwörter: Colchester England Edward Confessor Penny Moneyer Brunhyse Sceptre Cross Pellet

1042-1066 AD., Colchester in England, Edward the Confessor, moneyer Brunhyse, Penny, North 820.

Great Britain, Kings of All England, Edward the Confessor, Colchester mint, moneyer Brunhyse (Brunhus, Bruno), 1042-1066 AD.,
AR Penny (17-18 mm / 1,00 g), expanding cross type, light issue.
Obv.: EDPA - RD REX , diademed bust of Edward left, with sceptre with cross pommée.
Rev.: Rev.: + BRVNHVSE ON COLE (NC ligate) , expanding cross with circle in center, pellet in one angle of cross.
North (English Hammered Coins, Vol. 1, p. 183) lists a "Brunhyse" striking for Edward the Confessor at Colchester ; North 820 ; Seaby 1176 .

Alan found out: "Lockett collection included an example reading BRVNHYSE ON COLE (lot 813 part), which is how I would read your coin. Listed by Freeman as an example of the heavy coinage (number 25 for Colchester in his 1985 BAR publication "The Moneyer and the Mint in the reign of Edward the Confessor, 1042-1066)
Yours however is in the light coinage issue weight range. The difference in weight indicated by North is 18 grains (= about 1.2 g) for the light coinage and 27 grains (= 1.75 g) for the heavy coinage issue."

Ēadweard se Andettere (c. 1004–5 Æfterra Gēola 1066) sunu Æðelredes Unrædes, wæs se ærendenīehsta Seaxisca cyning Englalande, and endenīehsta cyning of Hūse West-Seaxna.
He æfterfolgode his healfbrēðer Harthacanute, se hæfþ of hira stēopbrēðer Harold Harefoot þæm cynedōm gewunnen. Ēadweard and his brōðor Ælfred Æðeling miste ær tō gesettenne Harold ūt in 1036.

King Edward the Confessor (c. 1003 – 5 January 1066), son of Ethelred the Unready, was the penultimate Anglo-Saxon King of England and the last of the House of Wessex, ruling from 1042 until his death. His reign marked the continuing disintegration of royal power in England and the aggrandizement of the great territorial earls, and it foreshadowed the country's later connection with Normandy, whose duke William I of England was to supplant Edward's successors Harold Godwinson and Edgar Ætheling as England's ruler.
Edward succeeded his half-brother Harthacanute, who had successfully regained the throne of England after being dispossessed by his half-brother, Harold Harefoot. Edward and his brother Alfred the Ætheling, both sons of Emma of Normandy by Ethelred the Unready, had previously failed to depose Harold in 1036. When Edward died in 1066 he had no son to take over the throne so a conflict arose as three men claimed the throne of England.

Eduardo el Confesor fue el rey de Inglaterra entre 1045 y 1066. Fue el primero de los reyes en protagonizar la efímera restauración de la dinastía sajona en Inglaterra, comprendida entre el dominio danés de 1016-1045 y la conquista de Inglaterra por Guillermo de Normandía. A pesar de ser el tercer rey sajón con el nombre de Eduardo, este monarca no posee la tradicional numeración latina, usada en Inglaterra para los reyes posteriores a la conquista normanda de 1066. Se le conoce como Eduardo el Confesor o San Eduardo el Confesor porque fue canonizado como recompensa a su apoyo a la Iglesia Católica durante su reinado.

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