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JM33227

Edward III Quarter-Noble, Transitional Treaty Period, London

Edward III (1327-1377), gold Quarter-Noble of one shilling and eight pence, fourth coinage, Transitional Treaty period (1361-63), quartered shield of arms in tressure of eight arcs, trefoils on cusps, pellets in spandrels, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, EDWAR; DEIx GRAC'x REXx AnGLx D,rev. pellet in centre of ornate cross potent with lis terminals, annulet in each inner angle, lion in each outer angle, all within beaded and linear tressure of eight arcs, Latin legend and beaded border surrounding, initial mark cross pattée, EXALTABITVRxx Inxx GLORIA, weight 1.78g (Schneider 73-; N.1224; S.1501). Evenly toned with a slight patina of wear, with good detail and legends, about very fine.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse "Edward by the Grace of God, King of England," and on the reverse "He shall be exalted in glory," a Psalm from the Bible.

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