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Edward I Silver Penny - Good Fine


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Weight (grams): Approx 1.45 grams

Pure silver content (grams): 1.45

Fineness: Due to age, Silver Content Varies

Dimensions: Approx 19mm

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QTY Net Per Unit VAT Per Unit Gross Per Unit
1+ £166.10 £33.22 £199.32

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BullionByPost is proud to offer numismatic collectors a growing range of rare collectable coins, including this hammered Silver Penny of Edward I, dated 1272-1307, in good fine condition. This Silver Penny features a Crowned Bust of Edward I on the obverse and a Long Cross on the reverse.  

When Edward I came to the English throne he was away in the Holy Land commanding the army of Christendom against the Saracens. Famous for his feats in hunting, falconry and jousting, he was the epitome of a medieval King.

These silver pennies are examples of medieval commerce, surviving for over 700 years. Many of these rare coins were struck at provincial mints. Many have different reverses but generally, they are called long cross pennies. The long cross was a modern day attempt of preventing fraud and was introduced to prevent clipping of the coins which did work to a certain degree.

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