Ireland, Edward IV, Penny, Dublin

Item Reference: C112FG042449 In Stock Share
Edward IV (1461-83), Penny, type V, heavy cross and pellets coinage (1470-3?), Dublin Mint, crowned facing bust within beaded circle, pellets at neck, initial mark rose, legend surrounding, rev long…
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Description

Edward IV (1461-83), Penny, type V, heavy cross and pellets coinage (1470-3?), Dublin Mint, crowned facing bust within beaded circle, pellets at neck, initial mark rose, legend surrounding, rev long cross pattée, tri-pellets in each inner angle, beaded circle and legend surrounding, 0.48g (Burns Du-5H; cf. DF 136; cf. S.6364).

Large edge chip, struck on usual small flan, nearly very fine for issue, the Dowle and Finn and Spink only record this obverse in the type VI light coinage, the only known specimen and plate coin in Burns.

Jasper Burns Collection – unique plate coin recorded by Burns as his heavy Dublin type 5

Specification

Period1461 - 1483 AD
DateHeavy cross and pellets coinage (1470-3?)
Coin Group

British

Denomination

Pennies

Coin Ruler

Edward IV

Country

Ireland

Coin House

House of York

Mint Mark

Dublin Mint

ReferencesS.6364
Weight0.48 g

Provenance

Jasper Burns Collection – unique plate coin recorded by Burns as his heavy Dublin type 5

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