Date: c. 1460-1463
Edward IV (First reign, 1461-1470) silver penny. Anonymous ‘Crown’ coinage. Dublin mint. Struck circa 1460-1463.
- Diameter: 16mm
- Weight: 0.54 g
- Good Fine (gF). Lightly creased.
- Extremely rare
- Only one Penny of the ‘Anonymous Crown’ coinage has been sold at auction in the past 20 years. This is the second example to become available and it is a variety of the first, i.e. annulets added in the second and third quarters.
- IHP N-1; D&F 92 var. (annulets); SCBI –; SCBC 6276
- Crown within tressure of nine arches; trefoils at upper cusps
- + CIV TAS DVB LINI
- Long cross pattée; trefoil of pellets in angles, additional annulet in second and third.
- House of York
- First Reign, 4th March 1461 until 3rd October 1470
- Edward IV (1461-1483)
Other Coins in this Series:
- The Old Currency Exchange: Checklist of Anglo-Norman Coinages
- Blog Post: Edward IV issues Irish coins of the English standard (1463)
- Blog Post: Edward IV issues Irish coins of a lower standard (1467)