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Pennies of Edward I and Henry III

The finder of these two hammered silver coins wished to remain anonymous but asked if I could let him have a valuation on each of them.

Penny of Henry III

The first is a class 3b voided long cross penny of Henry III. On the reverse the legend reads hEN RIO NLV NDE so the moneyer is Henri and the mint London.

The obverse has been struck off centre but the coin is otherwise in about VF condition and would be worth around £40-50 to a collector.

Penny of Edward I

Coin number two is a class 4a London penny of Edward I. It’s a bit weak in places but good enough to grade about VF. In its present condition I would price it at £45.

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