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1361 Edward III Gold Quarter Noble Transitional Treaty Period

1361 Edward III Gold Quarter Noble Transitional Treaty Period Obverse

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A hammered gold Quarter Noble from the fourth coinage of king Edward the Third. This example is comes from the transitional treaty period, immediately after the Edward III and king John II of France signed the Treaty of Brétigny, ending the first phase of the Hundred Years’s War. The obverse shows a central spade-shaped shield of royal arms within a double tressure of eight arcs, the points terminating in annulets mirrored by pellets in the sprandels. A beaded ring encircles this. The reverse shows a highly ornate cross with a central pellet. Annulets and tiny lions appear in the angles. These gold quarter nobles come in many varieties making them a fascinating gold hammered series to collect, especially as they’re available at affordable prices. Spink 1501, Schneider 69, North 1224.
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Obverse

Central shield of royal arms within double tressure annulets on the points and pellets in the spandrels all within a beaded circle. Legend: '+ EDWARD x DEI x GRA x REX x ANGL x'.

Reverse

Cross with pellet in centre, four annulets around and lions in angles. Enclosed within a double tressure with pellets in the spandrels which is itself enclosed within a beaded circle. Legend: '+ EXALABITVR x IN x GLORIA'.

Grade

F - Very near full flan with a central crack through shield, a little grainy as it has been excavated, otherwise reasonable details and legends.

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