SKU: 6231

£685.00

Roman N’s normal on obverse, reversed on the reverse. A superb portrait and fantastic eye appeal, appealing thus.

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Edward I (1272-1307), silver Penny, London mint, new coinage, Roman N’s normal on obverse reversed on the reverse, Class 1c. Obv. Crowned bust facing, Rev. Long cross to edge of coin, 3 pellets in each central quarter within inner beaded circle. 1.41g, (S.1382). Just a hint of wear to the high-points, otherwise struck on a full flan, problem free with an attractive grey/brown tone, a coin with a superb portrait and fantastic eye appeal, appealing thus. Extremely fine for Issue and scarce in this condition.

Provenance
Found Suffolk 1992

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Condition

Mint

Type

Roman N's normal on obverse reversed on the reverse

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S.1382

Rarity

Scarce in this condition

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