A SCARCE SILVER PENNY OF EDWARD I: NEW COINAGE. CLASS 1c, LONDON, CIRCA 1279. Obverse: + EDW REX ANGL DNS HYB, crowned bust of Edward I facing. Reverse: CIVI-TAS LON-DON, Cross with three pellets in each quadrant.
SCBI North 29ff; N 1012; S 1382. A scarce and sharply struck penny of Edward I, minted in London circa 1279. A toned example, struck on a large flan, with a detailed idealised facing portrait of the monarch, highly evocative of the period. Very slight bend in flan.
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