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1066-1087 William I Hammered Silver Penny PAX Type - London Mint Edwine

Manufacturer: Regional British Mints

Regional British Mints

Weight (grams): 1.4

Pure silver content (grams): 1.24875

Fineness: Approx 925

Dimensions: 20

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A very collectable, early hammered, silver Penny of King William I. A very old coin from the first Norman King of England. This coin is known as the "Paxs" type, and was struck by the moneyer named "Edwine" at the London mint between the years 1066 to 1087. The obverse features the crowned facing bust with a sceptre to the right. The reverse shows the short cross with the letters of "PAXS" in the angles giving name to this type of coin. William the First defeated Harold at the battle of Hastings in 1066 to take over the English throne.

Facing crowned bust with sceptre on right. PILLELM REX.

Cross Pattee with letters PAXS in circles in each quarter. EDWINE ON LUNDE.

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