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Edward III Reading Halfpenny 3rd coinage

Edward III (1327-77), silver Halfpenny, third Florin type coinage (1344-51), Reading Mint, issued by the Abbot of Reading, facing crowned bust with shoulders, beaded circles and legend surrounding without stops, +EDWARDVS REX, rev. long cross pattee, tri-pellets in each inner angle except fourth which has a scallop shell, beaded circles and legend around, VIL LA R ADI NGY weight 0.60g (Withers type 7; N.1133; S.1560). Lightly toned, double struck on obverse and a little off-centre both sides, about very rare, with the important details clear and on par, if not better than the two examples listed in the J J North Collection sylloge.

The Latin abbreviated legend translates as "Edward, King " and on the reverse "Town of Reading."

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