SKU: 5553

£950.00

Struck on a full flan, with a strong portrait.

Sold - Nov 20

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Edward III (1327-1377), silver Groat, 1351-1361, London mint, fourth coinage (1351-1377), pre-treaty period (1351-1361), with French title, series B, m.m. cross 1/cross 1. Obv. Crowned bust facing within tressure, legend with x of rex from m.m. punch placed sideways, pellet or colon stops. Rev. Long cross pattée to edge of coin, 3 pellets in each central quarter, annulet stops except pellet before mm. 4.62g, die axis 9h (S.1563; North 1142). Edge slightly ragged at 7 o’clock but on a full flan and with a strong portrait. Good very fine.

With old ticket.

Provenance
Ex Motcomb Collection, Morton & Eden Auction 78, 17/03/2016, Lot 5
Ex W.J.W. Potter Collection

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Mint

Mint mark (obverse)

Mint mark (reverse)

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With French title

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References

North 1142, S.1563

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