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Groat of Edward IV

Philip Clark said the coin pictured here was found last Sunday by a friend of his. It’s a rather attractive groat of Edward IV.

The coin was struck at Bristol during the light coinage of the first reign of Edward IV. On the obverse there are quatrefoils by the king’s shoulders and a letter B on his breast. On the reverse the inner legend reads VIL LAB RES TOLL, with a saltire before the letter B. The mint mark is a bit smudged but it will be a sun.  In the Standard Catalogue the reference number for the type is 2004.   


The obverse would grade VF with good eye appeal. The reverse is also VF but this side has been struck off centre. In its present condition it should be worth around £200 to a collector.

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