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1279-1307 Great Britain England Canterbury Edward I Treasure Silver Penny NGC Fine Details Bent

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Why order this English 1279-1307 Canterbury Edward I Treasure Silver Penny?

Step back into Medieval England with this Treasure Silver Penny from the reign of Edward I. This coin was the largest issued for circulation during his reign and was often divided, easily thanks to the reverse design, into half pennies and farthings (1/4 oz of a penny). Although Edward established Parliament as a permanent institution, he was also known for his brutality toward the Scots and for stealing from Jews before expelling them from England.

  • This coin was struck between 1279-1307.
  • It was the largest coin England issued for regular use during the reign of Edward I.
  • The coin was issued for circulation.
  • This piece was 1 penny pound sterling legal tender.
  • Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) graded this coin Fine Details.
  • NGC certified this piece bent.

Striking Edward I Design

Obverse: At the center of the obverse is a crowned portrait of King Edward I. It is encircled by his royal title. The inscription translates to "Edward King of England Lord of Ireland."

Reverse: The reverse bears a long cross moline with pellets in the angles. Inscriptions along the rim are in Latin, reading "CIVITAS CANTOR," which means "City of Canterbury."

Certified Fine Details and Bent

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) certified that this coin has fine details. This means that it has moderate wear on much of the coin and heavy wear on the high points, but major elements of the design remain visible. NGC also noted that the coin is Bent, which means that it has a curvature visible from the end that was not made by the mint.

Add this Edward I 1279-1307 England Canterbury Treasure Silver Penny to your collection today.


Year of Issue:1279-1307
Grading Service:NGC
Grade:Fine Details
Designation:Bent
Finish:Mint State
Composition:Silver
Country:Great Britain
Currency:N/A
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