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DG12366

Ireland, Edward I Halfpenny, Dublin Mint, second coinage type 1a

Ireland, Edward I (1272-1307), silver Halfpenny, Dublin Mint, second coinage (1279-1302), type 1a (1281-82), crowned head within triangle, EDW R AIIGL'D IIS. hYB', rev. cross pattée, tri-pellets in each angle, beaded circles and legend surrounding, CIVI TAS DVBL INIE, weight 0.58g (Withers 1c; DF 69; S.6250). Toned, with some evidence of die clashing, weakly struck in one quarter, otherwise a bold fine and rare.

The Latin legends translate as on the obverse "Edward, King of England, Lord of Ireland" and on the reverse as "City of Dublin."

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