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.
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King John was the youngest son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, he was King of England from 1199 until his death in 1216, he was also granted Lordship of Ireland, and coins were struck in his name for use in Ireland. His reign was remembered more for the loss of large parts of France and quarrels with the Church and English Barons resulting in the signing of Magna Carta on 15 June 1215. The aim was to make peace between the King and the rebel barons and to ensure the protection of church rites. Here we offer these important silver pennies from his reign in Fine, a very collectible coin with detailed portraits. Very limited availability.