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Can anyone help me with this hammered coin?


FrankVenn
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Hello,

 

I recently got this lovely hammered in a lot of coins I bought, if anyone could give me any information on it that would be great and a valuation maybe? :ninja:

 

I can see its Edward.

 

I have slightly edited the pictures to make them more clear. Thats why my hands are bright red!

 

I have been doing a little bit of research and I believe it could be an Edward I penny minted in Bury St Edmund's, probably totally wrong but oh well!

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Wrong time for our hammered experts. They'll be here later/earlier/whatever.

 

 

Haha, yeah I should probably get some sleep...2:14am *YAWN*

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That looks like an Edward I Bury St Edmunds mint to me. The reverse seems to be VILLA SCI EDMUNDI which would fit.

 

Im not sure on what class it is, but im sure someone a bit more knowledgable will let you know soon enough. Some of the Bury St Edmunds mint coins can be quite rare but there are still a few common examples.

 

A nice little coin anyway! :ninja:

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That looks like an Edward I Bury St Edmunds mint to me. The reverse seems to be VILLA SCI EDMUNDI which would fit.

 

Im not sure on what class it is, but im sure someone a bit more knowledgable will let you know soon enough. Some of the Bury St Edmunds mint coins can be quite rare but there are still a few common examples.

 

A nice little coin anyway! :ninja:

 

 

Thankyou ;)

 

I'm pleased with it.

 

Depending on its value I'll probably sell it, I don't think its worth a lot but even so.

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Wrong time for our hammered experts. They'll be here later/earlier/whatever.

 

Well, you say that... I was up until 5 ;)

 

They're all hammered right now :ninja:

 

Not quite, not quite. ;)

 

 

 

From a quick glance, it looks to be a class 15a of Edward II. The reverse legend reads VILL SCIE DMV NDI, making it Bury Saint Edmunds.

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Well, you say that... I was up until 5 :ninja:

 

 

 

Not quite, not quite. ;)

 

 

 

From a quick glance, it looks to be a class 15a of Edward II. The reverse legend reads VILL SCIE DMV NDI, making it Bury Saint Edmunds.

 

 

Thanks alot mate!

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