SKU: 5467

£4,250.00

A lovely example and very pleasing in hand. Ex. Seaby 1978.

Sold - Apr 21

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Edward III (1327-1377), gold Noble, 1361-1369, London mint, fourth coinage (1351-1377), treaty period, m.m. cross potent on reverse only. Obv. King standing facing in ship, holding sword and shield, saltire before EDWARD above fold of sail. Rev. Floriate cross with lis at ends, crowned lions in angles, ‘E’ in centre, double saltire stops. 6.76g, (S.1502; Schneider 76; North 1231). Bar some minor light clipping, a lovely example and very pleasing in hand. Good very fine.

Provenance
Ex Spink Auction 14006, 22/09/2014, Lot 42
Ex Bought Seaby, 1/5/1978

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North 1231, S.1502, Schneider 76, Plate 7