Edward I 1272 - 1307

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Edward I, Penny (Bristol) Fine

Edward I ruled from 1272-1307 and the Penny was struck in Silver. This coin is from a hoard we bought that had been found in Montrave, Scotland. It has been declared and are therefore legal to own. We do not deal in coins that have not been declared. We have a number of different mints in stock and some of the coins are available in two different grades. Here we offer the Edward I penny from the Bristol Mint in Fine. Each coin comes with a certificate of authenticity and remember they are over 700 years old. The supply is very limited, a great piece of British silver history at a most reasonable price.
£149.50
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Edward I, Penny (Bury) Fine

Edward I ruled from 1272-1307 and the Penny was struck in Silver. This coin is from a hoard we bought that had been found in Montrave, Scotland. It has been declared and are therefore legal to own. We do not deal in coins that have not been declared. We have a number of different mints in stock and some of the coins are available in two different grades. Here we offer the Edward I penny from the Bury Mint in Fine. Each coin comes with a certificate of authenticity and remember they are over 700 years old. The supply is very limited, a great piece of British silver history at a most reasonable price.
£139.50
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Edward I, Penny (Bury) VG

Edward I ruled from 1272-1307 and the Penny was struck in Silver. This coin is from a hoard we bought that had been found in Montrave, Scotland. It has been declared and are therefore legal to own. We do not deal in coins that have not been declared. We have a number of different mints in stock and some of the coins are available in two different grades. Here we offer the Edward I penny from the Bury Mint in Very Good. Each coin comes with a certificate of authenticity and remember they are over 700 years old. The supply is very limited, a great piece of British silver history at a most reasonable price.
£135.00
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Edward I, Penny (Canterbury) Very Good

It is strange the King Edward I silver pennies were always so common and readily available. Today they are getting harder and harder to find. Remember that during the reign of King Edward I (1272-1307) the only coin made was the silver penny. It was such good quality of silver, that they were illegally exported, melted down and then recoined with a lower quality of silver. Sometime ago we bought part of a very famous hoard of Edward I silver pennies, known as the Montrave Hoard and discovered in 1877. We have seen common mints from this hoard being sold for up to £195. We legally bought the declared hoard and we are selling them for a hell of a lot less money. The hoard is known as the Montrave Hoard and it was legally declared to the Government and so it is legal to own today. We are offering them by the Town or City they were struck in and all will grade Very Good or better. Here we present the Canterbury Penny. Get it while you still can…
£99.50
Edward I, Penny (Durham) Very Good_obv

Edward I, Penny (Durham) Very Good

In the reign of King Edward I (1272-1307) the largest denomination made was the silver Penny. It was of such high quality that the coins were smuggled out of this country, melted down and lower grade imitations made. You have the facing portrait of the King on one side and two crossed lines on the other side to help you to know where to cut it, into halfpennies and farthings. These silver pennies are over 700 years old. We have selected coins struck in Durham, just to make them a little bit rarer and more desirable. Supplies are very limited and we know you will love them, especially if you are from Durham.
£99.50
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Edward I, Penny (London) Fine

King Edward I, 1272-1307, Silver Penny in Fine.
£129.50
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Edward I, Penny (Newcastle) 1272-1307

Edward I, 1272-1307, Penny, Newcastle Mint. Rev. VILL ANO VICA STRI
£169.50
Edward I, 1272-1307, Long Cross Penny. London Mint. Class 9a1. Good Very Fine_obv

Edward I, Penny Long Cross (London Mint) Class 9a1. Good Very Fine

c.1299-1300. Star on breast. Good Very Fine and attractively toned.
£165.00
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Edward I, Treasure (Bristol) Penny 1272-1307 Very Good

The hoard of Edward I Silver Pennies was found at Montrave, Fifeshire in Scotland in 1877. It was found on the land belonging to Mr. Allan Gilmour of Lundin and Montrave. It was fully declared and sat in the British Museum for 40-50 years while they examined it. We bought a large part of the hoard from one of the heirs of the man who found them in 1877. We are offering you the chance on the Rarer Mints. They are priced right to make you happy, and if you come from one of these places, so much the better. Each coin comes with a certificate certifying that your coin comes from the Montrave Treasure Hoard and which town it was minted in. Of course the Key coin is from Berwick-on-Tweed. Here we present the coin Minted in Bristol.
£110.00
Picture of Edward I, Treasure (Canterbury) Penny 1272-1307 Very Good

Edward I, Treasure (Canterbury) Penny 1272-1307 Very Good

This coin is from one of the most fantastic Treasure Trove Hoards we have ever bought. On the 10th of May 1877 at Montrave, Fifeshire, Scotland a hoard of King Edward I Silver Pennies were found. The coins are about 700 years old and the treasure was found 141 years ago! They were declared and sent to the British Museum for cataloguing. This Treasure hoard was found on the land belonging to Mr Allan Gilmour of Lundin and Montrave. Now for the first time in 141 years, collectors have the chance to own a specimen from this incredible hoard. We are offering this Edward I Canterbury Penny (Very Good condition) with a certificate at the same price we would charge for a normal Edward I Penny. But we do retain the right to raise the prices, as supplies run short. British Treasure over 700 years old and untouched for 139 years. Supplies are limited.
£99.50
Picture of Edward I, Treasure (Durham) Penny 1272-1307 Fine

Edward I, Treasure (Durham) Penny 1272-1307 Fine

The hoard of Edward I Silver Pennies was found at Montrave, Fifeshire in Scotland in 1877. It was found on the land belonging to Mr Allan Gilmour of Lundin and Montrave. It was fully declared and sat in the British Museum for 40-50 years while they examined it. We recently bought a large part of the hoard from one of the heirs of the man who found them in 1877. We are offering you the chance on one of the Rarer Mints, Durham. If you come from Durham, so much the better. Each coin comes with a certificate, certifying that your coin comes from the Montrave Treasure Hoard and from the town of Durham.
£139.50
Picture of Edward I, Treasure (Durham) Penny 1272-1307 Very Good

Edward I, Treasure (Durham) Penny 1272-1307 Very Good

The hoard of Edward I Silver Pennies was found at Montrave, Fifeshire in Scotland in 1877. It was found on the land belonging to Mr. Allan Gilmour of Lundin and Montrave. It was fully declared and sat in the British Museum for 40-50 years while they examined it. We recently bought a large part of the hoard from one of the heirs of the man who found them in 1877. We are offering you the chance on one of the Rarer Mints, Durham. If you come from one of these place Durham, so much the better. Each coin comes with a certificate certifying that your coin comes from the Montrave Treasure Hoard and from the town of Durham.
£99.50
Picture of Edward I, Treasure (London) Penny 1272-1303 Very Good

Edward I, Treasure (London) Penny 1272-1303 Very Good

This coin is from one of the most fantastic Treasure Trove Hoards we have ever bought. On the 10th of May 1877 at Montrave, Fifeshire, Scotland a hoard of King Edward I Silver Pennies was found. The coins are about 700 years old and the treasure was found 141 years ago! They were declared and sent to the British Museum for cataloguing. This Treasure hoard was found on the land belonging to Mr Allan Gilmour of Lundin and Montrave. Now for the first time in 141 years, collectors have the chance to own a specimen from this incredible hoard. We are offering this Edward I London Penny with a certificate at the same price we would charge for a normal Edward I Penny. But we do retain the right to raise the prices, as supplies run short. Supplies are limited.
£99.50
Picture of Edward I, Treasure (London) Penny Fine

Edward I, Treasure (London) Penny Fine

This is one of the most fantastic Treasure Trove Hoards we have ever bought. On the 10th of May 1877 at Montrave, Fifeshire, Scotland a hoard of King Edward I Silver Pennies was found. The coins are over 700 years old, and the treasure was found over 140 years ago! They were declared and sent to the British Museum for cataloging. This Treasure hoard was found on the land belonging to Mr. Allan Gilmour of Lundin and Montrave over 140 years ago, and collectors now have the chance to own a specimen from this incredible hoard. As supplies are running short we have increased the price of the coins slightly. But it's still British Treasure over 700 years old untouched for more than 140 years. Supplies are limited.
£129.50
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Edward I, Treasure Silver Penny (1272-1307)

In the reign of King Edward I, the largest coin struck for regular usage was the Silver Penny. It was of such high-quality silver that many were exported, melted down and then lower grade counterfeits or Sterlings were issued. This was of course illegal and the penalty was death. You have a facing portrait of the King on one side and a cross on the other side. This cross made it easy to make change cut it in half and it became a Halfpenny, cut it into quarters and it becomes a Farthing. Edward was both good and bad, a very tall man he was known as Long Shanks. He established Parliament as a permanent institution, but he also treated the Scottish people brutally, persecuted Jewish people, and took all their money and property. The Silver Pennies on offer were put together by a dealer over many years; they have been carefully selected and are now over 700 years old. They are supplied in Fine which is better than they usually come. This Silver Penny was the largest coin struck for regular usage and it would purchase quite a bit at the time. A fantastic group and one that you should seriously consider.
£95.00
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