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Edward I Lincoln Farthing

Edward I (1272-1307), silver Farthing, Lincoln Mint, class 3de, facing crowned bust, cross pattee and legend surrounding, beaded outer border, +E R AN GLIE, rev. long cross pattee, tri-pellets in each inner angle, beaded circles and legend around, CIVI TAS LIN COL, weight 0.34g (Withers type 10; N.1053/2; S.1453). Toned good very fine.

The Latin abbreviated legend translates as "Edward, King of the English" and on the reverse "City of Lincoln."

Provenance:

Ex A H Baldwin circa 2000, with ticket priced at £300 in the hand of Michael Sharp.

This coin illustrated in "Coinage and Currency in Eighteenth Century Britain, The Provincial Coinage" by David W Dykes, page 6, number 4.

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