Henry I Profile/Cross Fleury (BMC Type II) penny, struck at Wallingford.

Note regarding obverse legend
The 'E' of the king's name has very weak (missing?) horizontal strokes, and has the appearance of an 'I'.

Note regarding mint attribution
The mint signature appears to read PIL, a form associated with Wilton. The moneyer's name (Brihtic), however, is not recorded for this mint, but is known at Wallingford, for which the similar signatures PAL or PEL are often used. The middle letter appears to be 'I', but it is possible that the die-cutter inadvertently omitted elements that would convert it to 'A' or 'E' (cf. apparent 'I' for 'E' in obverse legend).