Edward I Groat Fox 7 variety d

Item Reference: C167Z6002885 Sold Share
Edward I (1272-1307), Silver Groat, London, facing crowned bust with large broad face and short hair, crown with spread side fleurs, surrounding quatrefoil in two beaded and one thick linear…
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Description

Edward I (1272-1307), Silver Groat, London, facing crowned bust with large broad face and short hair, crown with spread side fleurs, surrounding quatrefoil in two beaded and one thick linear lines, drapery with rosette on breast, fleurs in spandrels, colon stops in legend, serif type X, initial mark cross pattée, rev long cross fourchée, upon twin concentric legends, trefoil of pellets in each inner angle, 5.44g (Brady -; Fox 7, variety d; SCBI 39:11; N.1009; S.1379D).

Has been gilt on reverse, small edge chip, scratch on obverse, some die flaws on obverse, otherwise toned, very fine and extremely rare.

Specification

Period 1272 - 1307 AD
Coin Group

British

Demonination

Groats

Coin Ruler

Edward I

Country

England

Coin House

Plantagenet Kings

Metal

Silver

Mint Mark

London mint

References S.1379D
Weight 5.44 g

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