Henry I 'Annulets' (BMC Type I) penny of Hastings.

The beginning of the moneyer's name is almost completely flat and illegible, and only the last two letters, 'IC', are completely clear. No moneyer with a name ending 'IC' is recorded at Hastings for Henry I BMC I coins (Martin Allen, The mints and moneyers of England and Wales, 1066-1158, BNJ 82, 2012). However, one such moneyer, Godric, is recorded for preceding issues of William II and the subsequent BMC III issue of Henry I. Unfortunately, the vestigial traces of the remaining letters do not appear to be consistent with a reading of GODRIC, so the moneyer remains uncertain at the time of validation.