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    King Henry III Silver Penny Ricard of London

    King Henry III Silver Penny Ricard of London

    £90

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    About this item

    This is a medieval silver penny of King Henry III, struck at the London mint between 1250-1272  AD. ҺЄHRICVS RЄX III, crowned facing bust holding sceptre. The Moneyer who struck the coin was called Ricard, his name and mint are found on the reverse of the coin. RICARD.ON.LVND voided long cross with pellet at the centre and three pellets in each quarter. This is a Class 5C.

    DENOMINATION: Penny

    CULTUREMedieval England

    MONARCH: Henry III

    DATE: 1216 - 1272 AD (this coin issued between 1250 - 1272 AD)

    MATERIALSilver

    SIZE: 17.74mm diameter

    WEIGHT: 1.42 grams

    ATTRIBUTION: Spink 1369

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    Additional Information

    Code

    11840 (AB-67321)

    Period

    Pre 1600, Middle Age, Medieval

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