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HM32349

Scotland, Alexander III Penny, first coinage, Inverness Mint, Moneyer Gefrai

Scotland, Alexander III (1249-86), silver Penny, first coinage, long voided cross and stars (1250-1280), Type III, Inverness mint, moneyer Gefrai, crowned profile bust left, small head with neat crown, legend reads +ALEXANDER REX, the ER ligatured, rev. voided long cross, four stars of six points in angles, legend surrounds GEFRAI ON INV, weight 1.41g (SCBI 35 [Scottish], 123/A; Lockett 68b; Burns type IV 67b fig. 122B; S.5043). Toned, reverse off centre otherwise about or near very fine, the mint signature clear, extremely rare.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on obverse "Alexander King", and on the reverse as "Geoffrey at Inverness".

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on obverse "Alexander King", and on the reverse as "Geoffrey at Inverness".

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