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Auction: 23006 - The Official COINEX Auction at Spink
Lot: 106

Edward III (1327-1377), Fourth Coinage, Transitional Treaty Period, Half Noble, 1361-1363, the so-called 'Cursing type', London, [ED] DEI GRA REX ANGL DNS HIB ACQ, king standing in ship, holding sword and shield, rev. (i.m.) DOMINE x IN x FVRORE x TVO x ARGVAS x ME, lombardic M and N, single saltire stops, floriate cross in double tressure, crowned leopards at angles, annulets at corners of central panels, lombardic E at centre, 3.44g [53.09grns], 2h, m.m. cross potent, (Magnus 835; Schneider I, -; North 1223; Spink 1500), creased and straightened and lightly clipped, strictly fine / almost very fine, but extremely rare with the Aquitanian title


Bonhams (Auction 24192), 22 November 2017, lot 303

Spink 233, 22-23 March 2016, lot 606 - £1,000

Found at Bislington, Ashford District (Kent), by 21 May 2014

~ Recorded with Portable Antiquities Scheme, ref. PUBLIC-CA87C3 ~

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