Irish Coin Daily: Edward I, Second coinage, Penny, Dublin mint, type Ia


Date: c. 1280-83

Edward I, Penny, second coinage, type 1a, Dublin, 1.37g, crowned facing bust within triangle, rev. long cross with trefoils of three pellets in each angle (S.6246A)

Edward I, Penny, second coinage, type 1a, Dublin mint

Description:

Edward I’s Second Coinage, Silver Penny, Class 1a (No  punctuation in obverse legend). Dublin mint

  • Weight: 1.37g

References: (S 6246A)

  • Obverse is slightly double struck
  • Toned, very fine (VF)

Obverse:

  • Crowned, facing bust of Edward I, with trefoil of pellets below within triangle, legend surrounding.
  • Legend:
    • .EDWR.  ANGL.D  NS.hB
    • Translates as:
      • Edward King of England, Lord of Ireland

Reverse:

  • Long cross pattée, three pellets in each angle, legend surrounding.
  • Legend:
    • CIVI  TAS  DVBL  INIE
    • Translates as:
      • Citizen of Dublin

Country:

  • Ireland

Category:

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

 


Other coins in this Series:

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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