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HM30050

Edward III Quarter-Noble Treaty Period, curule X in legend, AU58

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Edward III (1327-77), gold Quarter-Noble of one shilling and eight pence, London Tower Mint, fourth coinage (1351-61), Treaty period (1361-69), initial mark cross potent, quartered shield of arms in tressure of eight arcs, trefoils on cusps, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, EDWΛRDxx DEIxx GRΛxx REXxx ΛnGL, curule style X both sides,rev. lis in central compartment of ornate cross with lis terminals, lion over trefoil in each angle, all within beaded and linear tressure of eight arcs, legend with curule X and beaded border surrounding, initial mark cross pattée, EXΛLTABITVRxx Inxx GLORIΛ, weight 1.96g (Schneider 84; N.1243; S.1510).Toned, struck with a partially rusty obverse die, well balanced in its detail both sides, the fields particularly free of any nicks, legible legends, set out on a marginally irregular flan usual for the type, encapsulated and graded by NGC as AU58.

NGC Certification 6672067-006

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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