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davetmoneyer

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About davetmoneyer

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  • Location Metheringham Fen
  • Interests English Hammered, medieval re-enactment, horse brasses
  1. Bank holiday Weekend

    Excellent weekend, thousands of public quite a number of detectorists popped round for a quick ID etc
  2. Edward IV coinage (2nd reign)

    Hi, types 1 - XI Edward IV first reign heavy and light coinage, then HVI rest, then Edward IV second reign 1471-1483 types XII -XXII
  3. Bank holiday Weekend

    Hi if anyones in the west Country this weekend pop over to the Brixham pirate festival I will be on the quayside striking special hammered coins come over and have a chat
  4. Hi all anyone in the west country I will be striking hammered coins at the Brixham Pirate Festival Sat - Mon should be found on the quay side, pop over if free and let you strike up a coin or two and buy me a glass o grog
  5. 3 Edward pennies for id

    hi first three are all late 10c-f London and Canterbury mint the fourth is class 3g London ( note crown with downturned sidefleurs and crescent contraction marks)
  6. Recent Hammered Acquisitions

    Hi interesting IM, it is known that the 'square cross' IM of PTS C was used also in D but started to break up ( one corner missing ) It wold appear that the punch developed further damage and almost half of the punch breaking away. I would surmise that this is one of the last dies to be made with that punch before it was replaced with the cross found for PTS E. Very interesting coin
  7. Help ID 4 Edward I pennies

    hi, no1 class 9b London mint no 2 class 10c-f London mint no 3 class 10c-f Canterbury mint no 4 class 3g or 4a London mint (cannot see the contraction marks in the legend to be certain if crescent then 3g if comma then 4a) all quite low grade unfortunately
  8. Missing letter on Edward III Groat

    I know Gary Oddie has a copy and the Fitwilliam Museum coin dept certainly have a copy
  9. Missing letter on Edward III Groat

    Ah right definitely Pre treaty series E so obverse legend falls into the group without A in EDWARD
  10. Missing letter on Edward III Groat

    Hi firstly its not pre treaty C, wrong initial mark and letter R, The initial mark puts it as PTS E or G PTSE is known from several dies without letter A in EDWARD, L.A.Lawrence (Numismatic Chronicle 1929 p106 - 163, 1932 p 96- 174) lists 7 different dies but none correspond to the die used for your coin, More interestingly is the complete horllx of the legend from ANGL Z onwards it appears to read FRALIIB???? This legend is not given in LAL. It would be usefull to see the reverse of the coin to determine if PTS E or PTSG
  11. Unusual Elizabeth I threepence

    Hi rez scan ( pref 1200dpi) and weight are all I need
  12. Unusual Elizabeth I threepence

    Hi Had a second look at your phots and now concur, I had seen the centre of the rose only . Re Checking the book I am certain that the obverse is 14 mm ic DIG 8i, there are two dies with the triple stop after BETH and large rose, there are 4 other specimens recorded from die 8i, - the BM, Chris Comber, DIG collection 165 and one that was in Michael Trennary's lists G132 Aug 1987, none of these specimens being muled with 15mm ic rev, Could you send me a hi rez scan and weight to dave@grunal.com for inclusion in the upgrading of my book. I recognised the middle of your 15mm ic I bought that one from George coins 5 years ago!, Could you send me scans and weights of the other two, the last one appears to be a new die for my listings with single pellet after Regina
  13. Unusual Elizabeth I threepence

    Hi scarcer than the smaller flan issues so it just falls into the rare bracket
  14. ID Help Please - Edward penny

    definitely 3b
  15. Unusual Elizabeth I threepence

    just checked my book Galata Guide to Threepences The coin corresponds to DIG 1ii/Aii, in BCW it is BA-1A (BA-1Ba has a colonstop after ELIZABETH and BA-3Ba has the smaller 14mm inner circle, The rose is 5 there is damage to the top of the rose making it appear as a large rose. There are probable die duplicates in my collection (rn 144) and in the J Hullet (desc) collection no 3. There are listed 10 examples of that obverse and 2 of that reverse