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Updated 17:52 CET 04/12/21

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1361-9 Edward III Hammered Gold Quarter Noble mm Cross Potent


Weight (grams): 1.9

Pure Gold content (grams): 1,74173

Fineness: 22 Carat

Dimensions: 19.95

Grade: Extremely Fine

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A superb gold hammered Quarter Noble of King Edward the Third struck at the London mint between the year 1361 and 1369. This coinage is known as the transitional treaty period with France, which gave England cross channel trading and a base in Calais. The obverse features quartered shield of arms of England and France within a tressure, and the mint mark 'Cross Potent'. The reverse shows floriated cross with lions in the angles. This coin in extremely fine condition with only a tiny scratch at 4'oclock obv. The pitted appearance is down to rusted dies used when struck which is not uncommon on some gold hammered.

Treaty Period. Shield quartered with arms of France and England within tressure of eight arcs. 'Annulet' before EDWARD DEI GRAC REX ANGL

Floriated cross with lis at each limb, lion passants in angles within tressure of eight arcs. EXALTABITUR IN GLORIA