Irish Coin Daily: Silver Penny of Edward I, 2nd Coinage (Dublin Mint)


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Date: c. 1280-83

Ireland. Edward I, as king of England and lord of Ireland (1272-1307) AR Penny. Dublin, c.1279-1302. EDW' R' ANGL' D NS hyB', crowned and draped bust facing in triangle; three pellets on breast, pellet before EDW, wedge-tailed R / CIVI TAS DVBL INIE, long cross; three pellets in quarters. SCBI 10, Belfast 470-481; S 6247. 1.35g, 19mm

Description:

Edward I, as king of England and lord of Ireland (1272-1307) Silver Penny. Dublin, c.1280-83. EDW’ R’ ANGL’ D NS hyB’, crowned and draped bust facing in triangle; second Irish coinage, three pellets on breast, pellet before EDW, wedge-tailed R / CIVI TAS DVBL INIE, long cross; three pellets in quarters. SCBI 10, Belfast 470-481; S 6247. 1.35g, 19mm, 10h.

  • Very Fine.

Country:

  • Ireland

Category:

  • Anglo-Norman
    • House of Plantagenet
    • Angevin
  • Edward I (1272-1307)
  • Hammered

 


 

Further Reading:

  • O’Brien Coin Guide: The 1st Irish Coinage of Edward I (1276)
  • O’Brien Coin Guide: The 2nd Irish Coinage of Edward I (1280-83)
  • O’Brien Coin Guide: The 3rd Irish Coinage of Edward I (1294-1302)
  • O’Brien Coin Guide: The 4th Irish Coinage of Edward I (1294)
  • O’Brien Coin Guide: The 5th Irish Coinage of Edward I (1295)
  • O’Brien Coin Guide: The 6th Irish Coinage of Edward I (1300)

 

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