SKU: 7355

£895.00

Some areas of weakness but the the centres bold and well struck.

Sold - May 21

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Edward III (1327-1377), gold Quarter Noble, 1361-1369, London (Tower) mint, fourth coinage (1351-1377), treaty period (1361-1369), lis at centre of reverse, m.m. cross potent/cross potent. Obv. Shield or arms within tressure, double saltire stops, legend plain before EDWARD. Rev. Floriate cross within tressure, lis at centre, leopards in angles. 1.93g, die axis 7h (S.1510; North 1243). Very lightly clipped between 9 and 11 o’clock, parts of the legends a little weak, otherwise the centres bold and well struck, a pleasing example. Good very fine.

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Mint

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Lis at centre of reverse

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S.1510; North 1243