Hammered (4) Including a Henry III short cross penny, RAVF ON SANTA, Rauf at Bury St. Edmunds mint, Henry III long cross penny NICOLE ON CANT, Nicole at Canterbury mint, Edward I long cross penny, London mint, no stops on reverse, and a James IHalfgroat mintmark lis. Possibly some rare classes among them, condition generally around NVF.
Hammered (15) Edward Ipennies of various classes, mints represented; Bury, Durham, Bristol, Canterbury, and London. Group includes a scarce Edward I Class VI penny, IOH ON SEINTED (S.1377), a superb study tool or dealer lot, Fair to VF, a couple chipped
Hammered (3) PennyHenry III Short cross, Class 7b, RICARD ON LVN, London mint (N.979B, S.1356B) GF, toned Penny Edward I, Cross Moline mintmark, Bishop Bec, unknown class, Durham mint CIVI TAS DVR EME, Fine, Penny Edward I, Plain cross mintmark, unknown class, Durham mint CIVI TAS DVR EME, Fine, dark tone
Hammered (4) An interesting group which represents the transition from short cross to cross and pellets coinage in England during the 13th century, PennyJohn Class 5c SIMON ON CAN Canterbury mint (N,971, S.1352) GF, very slight flan loss but a clear portrait, Penny Henry III Class 5a RICARD ON LVND London mint (N.991/2, S.1367),VF and nicely toned, flan slightly crimped and the reverse a little off struck, Penny Edward I Class VI IOH ON SEINTED Bury St. Edmunds mint (N.1001, S.1377) Fine, the crude portrait mostly clear, probably from the Colchester hoard, Penny Edward I Class 4d with pellet at beginning of Obv. and rev. legend Canterbury mint (N.1026, S.1419) GF and toned
PennyEdward I Long Cross coinage S.1409North 1038London Mint Class 10ab very narrow lettering with concave sides, thin initial Cross, Obverse EDWARD R ANGL DNS HY (no B), Reverse CIVITAS LONDON note on collectors ticket states 'believed unique with this obverse reading', weight 1.4 grammes, Fine (bought Glendenning's Auction September 1985 £17)
Edward IV 1st reign light coinage Groat, mint mark crown. London, quatrefoils at neck. S. 2000. About very fine, slightly clipped on one side. Together with Henry Vpenny, London, no marks, class G. S.1781. About very fine.
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