Edward III (1327-1377), Groat, post-treaty period (1369-77), London mint

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Edward III (1327-1377), Groat, post-treaty period (1369-77), London mint, French title resumed, mint mark cross pattée, double saltire stops, saltire before lon and after don on reverse, crowned facing bust,…
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Description

Edward III (1327-1377), Groat, post-treaty period (1369-77), London mint, French title resumed, mint mark cross pattée, double saltire stops, saltire before lon and after don on reverse, crowned facing bust, legend surrounds EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL ꟻ FRANC. Rev, long cross fourchee, trefoil of pellets in angles, reads POSVI DEVMA DIVTOR EM MEV, inner script CIVITAS LONDON, 4.08g (S.1637; N.1286).

Cabinet toning, a few surface marks on face and in obverse field, off centre striking, marginally clipped. Nevertheless all the main components of the type visible, reverse executed with clarity. Bold fine, reverse better, rare.

Ex Roderick Richardson [dealer] bought September 1999

Specification

Period 1327 - 1377
Date 1369-77
Coin Group

British

Denomination

Groats

Coin Ruler

Edward III

Country

England

Coin House

Plantagenet Kings

Metal

Silver

Mint Mark

London

References S.1637; N.1286
Weight 4.08 g

Provenance

Ex Roderick Richardson [dealer] bought September 1999

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