Farthing of Edward I

This is another coin from the collection of detecting finds built up by John Lashmar. It looks large but it is a tiny farthing of Edward I.

On the obverse the bust of the king reaches to the edge of the coin and the accompanying legend read E R ANGLIE. On the reverse the legend reads LON DON IEN SIS.  All this adds up to the coin being a London farthing of class 3g.

Valuation

The coin would grade about VF and my price range would be £60 – £70.

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