Scotland, Alexander III, Sterling, Roxburgh

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Scotland, Alexander III (1249-1286), silver Sterling, Second Coinage (c.1280-1286), Roxburgh Mint, crowned bust left with sceptre, legend surrounding, +ALEXANDER DEI GRA, rev long cross pattée with two pierced mullets, three…
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Scotland, Alexander III (1249-1286), silver Sterling, Second Coinage (c.1280-1286), Roxburgh Mint, crowned bust left with sceptre, legend surrounding, +ALEXANDER DEI GRA, rev long cross pattée with two pierced mullets, three mullets of six points and one mullet of seven points in angles (25 total), legend surrounding, thin waisted S in legend, REX SCOTORVM+, 1.30g (S.5056).

Lightly toned, flan slightly undulating with light surface marks, very fine.

Specification

Period1249 - 1286 AD
DateSecond coinage (1280-1286)
Coin Group

British

Demonination

Sterling

Coin Ruler

Alexander III

Country

Scotland

Coin House

King of Scotland

Metal

Silver

Mint Mark

Roxburgh Mint

ReferencesS.5056
Weight1.3 g

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