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HAMMERED COINS



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Hammered coinage is the most common form of coins produced since the invention of coins in the first millennium BC until the early modern period of the 15th–17th centuries, contrasting to the very rare cast coinage and the later developed milled coinage. (Wikipedia)




Kings of Mercisa - Offa 792-796
Offa

The Saxons - Kings of Northumbria - Aethelred ll 843-844 Redvvulf 843-844
The Saxons

Alfred the Great 871-899 - Viking Imitation
The Viking

King of all England - Athelstan 924-939
Athelstan

King William I 1066-1087
William

King Stephen 1135-1154
Stephen

King Henry II 1154-1189 - Tealby
Henry

King Edward I 1272-1307- Halfs and Forths
Edward

King Edward I 1272-1307 - Long Cross Penny
Edward

King Arnold V 1279-1323 - Brussels
Continental imitation

Arnold

King Edward II 1307-1327
Continental imitation

Edward

King John I 1310-1346 - Bohemia (John the Blind)
Edward

Ec Moneta Nostra 1320-1322
Continental imitation - ECMONETANOSTRA can be translated as "This is our money.Most sterlings have a "Lvntolengien" reverse which also occurs on sterlings in the name of Ferry IV of Lorraine. This could suggest that the Duke of Lorraine may have had a hand in the issue.

John

King Edward III 1327-1377 - Qtr Noble
Edward

King Henry V 1413-1422 - Half Penny
Henry

King Henry VI 1422-1461 - Groat
Henry

King Henry VI Annulet issue York Penny
HenryHenry

King Henry VIII 1509-1547
Henry

Queen Elizabeth I 1558-1603 - Schilling and 1561 Sixpence
HenryHenry

King Charles 1 1625-1649 - schilling
Henry




Guide to Coins of Great Britain and the UK - Just click here

The Coinage of the English Civil War 1642-1651 - Just click here


 

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