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                  Alfred the Great
Reproduction lead-free pewter set of five Alfred the Great coins. The set in a  bag comprises of these coins:Pennies from various mints.Gloucester,Archbishop Ethered, London, Oxford,Archbishop Plegmund

Dating from: 71-891 AD.

 

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                         Mixed Medieval Coins
Each set contains two each of the following coins; Henry VI groat 1422- 61 Edward IV groat 1461-70 Henry VII half groat 1485-1509 Henry V penny 1413-22 Richard II half penny 1377-99 Edward III farthing 1327-77 + pennies cut into halves and quarters.
The attached label lists the coins for easy identification and also includes a little information on medieval coinage and prices. Please note. Although medieval coins were cast in silver, these replicas are cast in lead free pewter. So as to prevent fraud each coin is marked as a replica on the reverse.

 

                 Richard III & Edward IV

Reproduction lead-free pewter set of  Richard III/Edward IV coins. The set in a hessian effect bag comprises of these coins:Dating from: Edward IV(1461-70) Richard III(1483-5)

​Edward Groat, Edward Halfgroat, Richard Groat, Richard Penny

The latin mottos on the reverse "Posui Deum Adivtum Meum" translates "I have made the Lord my helper", while "Civitas Eboraci"

 

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                       Henry VIII

Reproduction lead free set of four Henry VIII coins. The set in a hessian bag comprises of:

 

Testoon (12/-) - The Testoon is the forerunner of the shilling.

 

Groat - The Groat is from the reign of Henry VII as these coins were still minted in the early years of Henry VIII's reign.

 

Half Groat and Halfpenny

Elizabeth I

Reproduction lead-free pewter set of  Elizabeth I coins. The set in a hessian effect bag comprises of these coins:
 
Dating from: 1558-1603
 

Shilling, 6d, Groat, HalfGroat, Penny and Halfpenny.

 

 

The latin mottos on the reverse "Posui Deum Adivtorum Meum" translates "I have made the Lord my helper",
 

               Charles I
Reproduction lead-free pewter set of seven Charles I coins. The set in a  bag comprises of these coins:Shilling, Sixpence, Groat, Threepence, Halfgroat, Penny, Halfpenny

The latin on the reverse "Christo Auspice Regno" translates to "I reign under the auspices of Christ"
Dating form 1625-49

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If you would like to purchase a bag of coins; they cost £7.00 plus postage. Please contact me on wendyshepherd9@gmail.com to check your choice is in stock.