Edward I, Penny (Bristol Mint) Fine

In the reign of Edward I, the Silver Penny was the largest denomination made for circulation. Here we offer examples of the Edward I Silver Penny from the Bristol Mint in Fine condition.
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SKU: CEA1004A
£149.50
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MonarchEdward I 1272 - 1307
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