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Long cross penny of Edward I-II, c1307-1309. 10cf3b1, London mint.
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1307-1309
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Measurement details
Dimensions:0 - Whole:Dia 1.8cm (Dia 11/16")
Documentation
Archives.; Falkirk Museums; Callendar House Callendar Park Falkirk FK1 1YR; estab. 1926
Documentation notes
Case TT.46/04
TTDB. 2004/68 TREASURE TROVE ARTEFACT REPORT Finds:5/5
Artefact:Coin hoard Period/Culture:Medieval Date:14th century Glossary definition:numismatica
Findspot: Muiredge, Carriden NGR: NT 0280
Town: Bo’ness LAA: Falkirk
Method of discovery: metal-detecting
Artefact description and report materials: silverHoard of five Edward pennies Edward I-II silver penny, class 10cf3b1, Canterbury (1307-9) Another, same class, LondonEdward II silver penny, class 10cf5b, London (c 1309-10)Another, class 11b2? London (1312-14?)Another, class 14. London (1317/18 – c 1319)
Report by: Nick Holmes, NMS
Digital photographs © Crown Office © Crown Office
TTAP date: 18 February 2005
Valuation: £35
Accession number
2005-026-013

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