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1361-1369 Edward III Gold Quarter Noble Treaty Period

1361-1369 Edward III Gold Quarter Noble Treaty Period Obverse

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Buy a 1361-1369 Edward III Gold Quarter Noble Treaty Period

A collectable gold hammered Quarter Noble of king Edward the Third, struck in London between 1361 and 1369. These years - between the Treaty of Brétigny and the breakdown of relations with the king of France - saw English coins minted in Calais though this example was struck in London. The obverse shows a central spade-shaped shield of royal arms within a double tressure of eight arcs, the points terminating in lis. Cross potent mintmark, class recognisable by the annulet before Edward and a barred ‘R’ in ‘GRA’. The reverse shows a tiny central lis within a very ornate cross, terminating in more decorative lis, with lions in the angles, all enclosed in another double tressure. 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 1511, Schneider 91, North 1244.
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Central shield of royal arms within a double tressure of arcs with lis on the points, encircled by a beaded ring. Legend: '+ o EDWARD x DEI x GRA x REX x ANGL'. Cross potent mintmark, annulent before 'EDWARD'.


Lis in centre of very ornate cross with tiny lions in the angles, enclosed within a double tressure and a beaded circle. Legend: '+ EXALABITVR x IN x GLORIA'.


VF - Full flan, very slightly struck off centre, nice bold details and legends for around Very Fine.


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