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Berwick penny of Edward I

Stephen Wanstall said this coin was difficult to photograph due to it being bent. However, he hoped that I would be able to provide him with a full ID.

The coin is a penny of Edward I, which was struck at the mint situated in Berwick. On the obverse there is a pellet on the king’s breast and the eyes are made up of pellets between two semi-circles. Therefore, this is a penny of class IVb.

Berwick changed hands a few times between the English and the Scots. Most of the coins made there were struck from locally produced dies, so the classes do not correspond with the English coins circulating during the same timeframe.

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