Edward III Noble Mule S1486/S1488

Item Reference: C190013190 In Stock Share
Edward III (1327-77), Noble, fourth coinage, pre-Treaty period (1351-61) London, series C /E, mule, King standing facing in ship, holding upright sword and quartered shield, three ropes either side of…
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Description

Edward III (1327-77), Noble, fourth coinage, pre-Treaty period (1351-61) London, series C /E, mule, King standing facing in ship, holding upright sword and quartered shield, three ropes either side of King, legend surrounds EDWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC D HYB, annulet stops both sides. Rev, + IHC AVTEM TRAIICIEIIS P MEDIVM ILLORVM IBT followed by mintmark cross 2 (3), fl oriate cross with lis at ends, tiny closed E in center, crowns over lions in angles, fl eurs in spandrels, 7.65g (Schneider 21; N.1144/60; S.1486/1488).

Good very fine, few weak spots, struck on a full fl an, an interesting and extremely rare mule.

The only comparable mule type in recent times is the Dr Paul Broughton/ ex Doubleday piece which auctioned in 2016, Spink, Lot 402, graded as better than very fine and realising £5,500 without premium.

Specification

Period1327 - 1377
Coin Group

British

Denomination

Nobles

Coin Ruler

Edward III

Country

England

Coin House

Plantagenet Kings

Metal

Gold

ReferencesSchneider 21; N.1144/60; S.1486/1488
Weight7.65 g

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