Edward I penny

This coin came in to the website a few hours after it was unearthed by Colin Barton. It’s a penny of Edward I, which was struck at the mint situated in the Tower of London.

The coin is an example of class Xc-f. There are many varieties of class Xc-f, mostly relating to the lettering and the crown on the head of King Edward. Whilst these are of interest to specialist collectors, the difference in most cases is so minute that I just use the general term of class Xc-f.

Valuation

The obverse of Colin’s find is Fine but has a scratch across the king’s face; the reverse is better. In its present condition I’d price this coin at £15.

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