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EDWARD IV 1461-1470 (First Reign)

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Groat

WEH 7009

Groat. Light coinage (1464-1470). York. E on breast, quatrefoils at neck. CIVITAS EBORACI. mm Lis. Spink # 2012.

£225.00

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Penny

WEH 8485

Penny. Light coinage (1464-70). London. Quatrefoils by neck. ® CIVITAS LONDON. Spink # 2040. North 1591.

£115.00

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WEH 8351

Penny. Light coinage (1464-70). Durham. Bishop Lawrence Booth (1465-70). Quatrefoils by neck. ® CIVITAS DERAM. mm Crown. Spink # 2058. North 1605.

£125.00

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WEH 8533

Penny. Durham. Kings receiver (1462-64). Crowned bust facing, pellet over crown. ® CIVITAS DONOLI. Long cross pattée with three pellets in each angle; extra pellet in one angle; rose in centre. Spink # 1988A & 2053. North 1544. This type may have been struck during the heavy and/or light coinage periods, hence it is listed twice in the Spink catalogue. There is no practical way in which the coins can be differentiated.

£110.00

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Halfpenny

WEH 7064

Halfpenny. Light coinage. London. Trefoils by neck. mm Crown. Spink # 2068. North 1608.

£75.00

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WEH 6996

Halfpenny. Light coinage. London. Trefoils by neck. mm Crown. Spink # 2068. North 1608.

£65.00

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15th CENTURY FORGERY

WEH 7531

Contemporary Forgery. 15th Century. Silver Penny. A contemporary forgery of a late medieval English penny. The reign of the prototype is probably Edward IV, as the obverse legend appears to begin with the letter E. This coin is UKDFD 34908. Another example, struck from the same obverse die, is recorded as UKDFD 5599. With two adjoining parts of the obverse legend now known, it would appear to be completely fictitious, ending ...OANTIBIBV. 0.5 grams. 14 mm. See also PAS ESS-9DD977 and BNJ 75 (2005), Coin Register, No. 257. Unusual, rare and interesting.

£85.00

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