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Groat of Edward IV

This is the first of two coins that came in from Rob Warwick.  Rather than being a recent find, Rob said it was unearthed a few years back.

The coin is a groat of Edward IV, which was struck during the light coinage of this king’s first reign. On the obverse there are quatrefoils by the king’s shoulders and another quatrefoil on the king’s breast. The mint mark on this side is a crown.

On the reverse there are no stops in the legend and the inner one reads CIVI TAS LON DON so this groat was struck at London. This mint mark on this side is a sun. All this adds up to the coin being an example of class VIII, which is listed in the Standard Catalogue as number 2001.


The coin would grade good Fine but is slightly short of flan. In its present condition my price range would be £80-100.

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