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Rhuddlan pennies, found at Llan-faes, Anglesey, c. 1200

Rhuddlan pennies, found at Llan-faes, Anglesey, c. 1200
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This item comes from: National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 92.250H/B).  If you would like to see the original item, or require information regarding copyright, please contact the repository/contributor named above.


Pennies of English design, but unusual style, were produced at Rhuddlan around the year 1200, by moneyers named Halli, Tomas, Simond and Henricus. These are quite likely to have been issues of the Princes of Gwynedd.

Gathering the Jewels ref: GTJ40213

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