The Quarter Noble is a collectable gold coin produced in Britain between 1344 and 1470. The coin weighs around 1.89 grams and was worth 20 pence, 5 Groats, or 1 Shilling & 2 Groats.
Nobles are one of the oldest coin varieties produced in England and were the first to be mass produced. Full size coins were soon followed by half and quarter sizes.
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