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1279-1307 AD Kingdom of England Silver Penny Edward I

1279-1307 AD Kingdom of England Silver Penny Edward I

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This coin is a medieval Silver Penny of King Edward I of England. King Henry III faced numerous insurrections during his reign. His son Edward I would go on crusade in 1271 and upon returning to England would be crowned king discovering Henry's death.

Coin Highlights:
  • Silver Long cross penny of king Edward I.
  • Mint: This coin was struck by an English moneyer.
  • Obverse: Crowned bust of Edward I centered.
  • Reverse: Long cross variety with pellets.


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These coins are an excellent addition to any collection of Medieval coins. Add this medieval Silver Penny to your cart today!

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Posted By:Matt

From:Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S.A.

Date:Sep 3, 2020

Great Historical Piece!

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For reference, it is slightly smaller and thinner than a standard U.S. dime. I received a great specimen of this mintage. It is fairly common, but that means that one can get a great medieval coin for a low cost. If you are interested in historical English coins, this coin is a great option. Conditions vary, but I have never been disappointed with any of my orders from APMEX.


  • Pros
  • Attractive Design
  • Cons
  • Common (higher mintage)
  • Bottom Line
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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