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Hi All

I recently bought this coin and although I can make out the moneyer Adam On Lund on the one side, I am a bit stumped on the other......is that a cross or an optical illusion? Is it Henry? Richard? Anglo Saxon? Viking? Or something else.....

So my question is..... " What do I have"?

I Would appreciate any input......

Regards

Rick

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I just realized something... I was raised in Henrico County, Virginia. I knew it was named after the 1611 settlement Henricus. Your post made me realize where the name probably came from. According to Wikipedia, it was named after Prince Henry, the eldest son of James I.

Cool!

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I just realized something... I was raised in Henrico County, Virginia. I knew it was named after the 1611 settlement Henricus. Your post made me realize where the name probably came from. According to Wikipedia, it was named after Prince Henry, the eldest son of James I.

Cool!

Very Cool :bthumbsup:

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