Edward III (1327-77), Half-Noble, Fourth coinage, Treaty period issued between 1361-69, London. Mint mark -/cross potent. King standing facing in ship with upright sword and quartered shield, ships rigging three ropes to the left and two to the right, single and double saltire stops. Annulet before Edward, legend reads ED/WARD DEI G REX ANGL D HYB Z AQ/T. Rev, legend reads +DOMINE NE IN FVRORE TVO ARGVAS ME, double saltire stops, ornate floriated cross with lis terminals, lomabardic E at centre, lions and crowns in each angle, within a double tressure of eight arcs, trefoils in spandrels, 3.74g (N.1239; S.1507; Schneider 88-9).
A bold good very fine on a broad flan in some places nearer extremely fine.