Sverre Sigurdsson's coinage

Mint site:
Nidaros, Bergen(?), Elvesysla (?), Gimsøy (?), Hamar (?), Konghelle (?), Marstrand (?), Oslo (?),
Stavanger (?), Veøy(?)
Hagbarth and Torkjel (?)
Monetary units:
Penny, half-penny, quarter-penny and bracteate
Edge inscription:

We can establish that King Sverre issued whole pennies with double sided stamps carrying his name and title on the obverse edge inscription: REX SVERUS MAGNUS, "King Sverre Magnus," as he called himself. Magnus is a sobriquet Sverre took in reference to St. Olav's son Magnus. Sverre's archrival, Magnus Erlingsson (1160-1184), carried the same name.

A large hoard of coins found at Dæli, Nes (Ringsaker) in Hedmark in 1840 has yielded the most important material regarding King Sverre's coinage. The Dæli hoard also contained more than 4 000 bracteates, most of them Norwegian. Judging by style and other criteria, the bracteates are believed to be part of King Sverre's coinage.
It appears that the great king of the "Birkebeiner" army had to give up on coining good quality pennies, resorting instead to small, paper-thin bracteates before he finally started adding copper to the coin metal again.