@AnYangMan, I've been able to ID them with some precision. As mentioned, this is not my area of interest/expertise. However, I would like to have a bit more background on the coins, the moneyers, and the (then) current affairs. So first of all, the coins and the determination so far. Ruler: Æthelred II (978-1017, or Æthelred the Unready). Silver penny. Last small cross type, Mint: York, Moneyer: Sumarlithr. Obv: + EDELRED REX ANGLOR Head of Aethelred II, draped, crowned, to the left. Inner circle. Rev: SUMRLETHA M-O EOFR Small cross type with inner circle. Details: diameter 20 mm, weight 1.41g. Some peck marks on reverse. Spink 1154 Ruler: Æthelred II (978-1017, or Æthelred the Unready). Silver penny. Long cross type Mint: Winchester, Moneyer: Ælfsige. Obv: +AEDELRAED REX ANGL. Head of Aethelred II, draped, to the left. No inner circle-type. Rev: +AELFSIGE MO PINT. Long cross without inner circle. Details: diameter 19 mm, weight 1.74g. Some peck marks on reverse. Spink 1154. Looks better in hand, text easier readable. Reverse a bit weak at "PINT". Ruler: Cnut (1016-1035, or Cnut the Great). Silver penny. Small cross type. Cnut was a son of the Danish prince Sweyn Forkbeard. Leading a coalition with the Swedes, Cnut invaded England in 1015, then ruled by Æthelred II ("the unready"). In 1016, Æthelred died, leaving the defence of London to Edmund Ironside. Edmund's reputation as a warrior was such that Cnut agreed to divide England, Edmund taking Wessex and Cnut the whole of the country beyond the Thames. However, Edmund died (under questionable circumstances) on 30 November and Cnut became king of the whole country. Upon the accession to the Danish throne in 1018, and later in 1027 the Norwegian and Swedish throne, Cnut effectively combined England, Danmark, Norway and Sweden, marking the peak of the Viking Age (793–1066 AD) Mint: Lund (Danmark) Obv: +CNVT REX DÆNORT. Head of Cnut, draped, to the left. Inner circle. Rev: [illegible text]. Partly readable: GOD. Should probably be: +GODPINE M-O LVND. Inner circle. Small cross. Details: diameter 20 mm, weight 1.64g. Peck mark on reverse. Very rare! Comparable examples: https://www.coinarchives.com/w/lotv...&Lot=200&Val=fce65d8f76f4a942e8dff46f6df3e75c Price realized (converted to Euro €2850) https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-us/...0077/lot-e79dabad-7624-4726-b639-a5b700b9b3c4 (no auction details) I'm very interested in your opinion on these coins: did I miss something on determination? Furthermore, are there more comparable examples to coin no.3 (Cnut). I was only able to find these two.