This is another coin that was unearthed in Scotland some years since and passed down in the family of the finder. The first coin was a groat but this one is a halfgroat.
This halfgroat is a coin of Robert II and, like the groat, it was struck at the mint situated in Edinburgh. In Coins of Scotland, Ireland and the Islands coins of this type are listed as number 5133.
The obverse has been struck slightly off centre but the coin is otherwise in VF condition with good eye appeal. A collector of Scottish coin should be willing to pay £350 for a Robert II halfgroat as nice as this one.