@AnYangMan, I visited the largest coin fair in the Netherlands. I came home with these two lovely coins, both super difficult to capture because of the deep dark toning. First, although I try to focus on sceats from the continent (focusing on Magna Frisia), I couldn't resist this lovely type B sceatta (and especially because of the price at €175! I've eyeballed and bid on several type B's recently, and all sold above 400 USD in similar condition.) ANGLO-SAXON, Anonymous. Denomination: AR Sceatta (Series BIb, type 27b), minted: Mint in Essex or East Anglia; c 685-700 Obv: Diademed bust right, breaking inner border; blundered legend around Rev: Bird standing right upon cross; annulets flanking and two dots below; all within ouroboros (snake eating its own tail); three annulets below, blundered legend around Weight: 1.19g; Ø:12mm. Catalogue: Abramson 16.10 (I dont own this catalogue yet, but a almost identical one sold in CNG). Provenance: Coin fair Houten; acq.: 09-2020 Very pleasing dark toning. The second is much better in hand than on the photo. The low weight suggests a contemporary immitation, and some other details as well: - on the obverse, the legend at the left of the bust usually reads "o^o"; here its reads "ovo", i.e. the "v" is flipped upside down. - on the obverse, the legend in the front is usually runic; here it seems to be Latin (OIIXV) - I have never seen a similar reverse type on any sceatta. We see a dotted square, divided in four equal quadrants by a cross (each line of the cross ending in crosses); within each quadrant a "V", all around a central annulet. ANGLO-SAXON, Anonymous. Denomination: AR Sceatta (Series R), minted: ; Obv: Debased head to the right, runic legend in front and behind Rev: Square standard divided in four equal parts by a cross; within V's Weight: 0.72g; Ø:11mm. Catalogue: . Provenance: Coin fair Houten; acq.: 09-2020 As usual, I would appreciate any additional information. I hope @Nap would show some of his type B and R and provide some background: I don't really know that much about these two distinct types.