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« Reply #15 on: March 12, 2019, 08:07:16 PM »

You've probably heard this before but it was a bit of a 'scratchy' signal, mid 40 on my AT Pro which is thin, very nearly didn't dig it but glad i did, when it came out it was folded up (you can see the line) but a soak in warm water and a gentle press straightned it out nicely
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« Reply #16 on: March 13, 2019, 05:05:36 PM »

In my Copy of North, English Hammered Coinage, the two sceptres type is dated 1074-77 and the moneyer is given as Blagsun - but I've got the 1963 edition, so it's probably changed a bit since then!

In the 1994 North, the moneyer at London is listed as Blacsun. There is also a moneyer Blagsune at Thetford.

The Early Medieval Corpus at the Fitzwilliam has it as Blacsunu, with this spelling (as BLACSVNV) illustrated on a coin recorded there:

https://emc.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/Emcfullrecord.php?link=1020.1373

I don't know if these are all the same person?
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