SKU: 1939

£8,450.00

Variety without flag at stern. Lightly toned, a delightful coin, well struck and choice.

Sold - Mar 21

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Edward III (1327-1377), gold Noble, 1361-1369, Calais mint, fourth coinage (1351-1377), treaty period (1361-1369), without flag at stern. Obv. King standing facing in ship, holding sword and shield, no flag to stern. Rev. Floriate cross with lis at ends within tressure of eight arcs, crowned lions in angles, fleurs in spandrels, ‘C’ in centre. 7.71g, (S.1505; Schneider 109; North 1235). Toned, a simply delightful coin, choice. Almost extremely fine and rare in this grade.

Provenance
Ex. Baldwin Fixed Price List, Summer 2016, Item BH002 – with accompanying ticket.

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Period

Ruler

Phase

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Date

Production Method

Metal

Denomination

Condition

Mint

Type

Without flag at stern

Weight

References

S.1505; Schneider 109; North 1235

Rarity

Rare in this grade

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