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Edward I Class 10ab2 Penny. Mint of London.


Edward I Class 10ab2 Penny. Mint of London. Crowned bust facing. EDWARD R ANGL'DNS hYB. Rev:- Long Cross with trefoil of pellets in angles. CIVI TAS LON DON. North 1038/1; SCBC 1409; SCBI 39 No 493 (This Coin). Weight = 1.40 gms Knaresborough Priory Hoard & Ex JJ North Collection. Bought CNG June 2002

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Jotapian's Hammered English Coins

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Very good looking coin. I am not as familar with this type of coin or time period. How would this coin grade?
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I acquired the coin from CNG in June 2002; CNG graded the coin at VF which I think is reasonable for a full round coin with complete obv & rev legends. I cannot take any credit for the photo which is culled from CNG. Edward I AD 1272 to 1307 known to history as the Hammer of the Scots, as depicted with full artistic licence in the film "Braveheart", he also subjugated the Welsh and held down Wales with a ring of Castles (Harlech, Beaumaris, Conwy,Carnarfon etc). Thankyou for your comment - much appreciated.
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