As a beginner in the ID of English pennies with a moneyer name, I always look for the word ON (not OH). Before that is the name of the moneyer; after it is the city. It helps a lot to have a list of mints and moneyers that were active in the period of the coin. There are several online and I have not compared them or checked for accuracy (beyond my beginner status). http://www.psdetecting.com/Inscriptions-John-&-HenryIII.html#HenryIII https://www.ukdfd.co.uk/pages/Long-Cross-Pennies/Long Cross Pennies P1.htm#Mints and moneyers Henry III / IACOB ON BRVST (Jacob in Bristol) I found tis unusual for the ON being split by the cross and both B's made ligate.