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About davetmoneyer

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Metheringham Fen
  • Interests English Hammered, medieval re-enactment, horse brasses
  1. What are these strange blotches on hammered coins

    Hi not rare but pricey there are (IIRC) over 100 coins from about 30 different dies. R The class 10 ab with annulet is much rarer
  2. York and the Jorvic Festival

    not a good idea to advertise on facebook when the house is not occupied I post up events when I have house sitters
  3. York and the Jorvic Festival

    hi yes all over the country
  4. York and the Jorvic Festival

    Hi All the mint will be set up tonight in Sansum square in York and I will be minting Alfred The Great coins and a wide variety of Viking coins from Monday till Thurs PM do pop in if in the area for a chat etc
  5. London Coin fair

    good quality coins are readily available throughout the trade at sensible prices all you need to do is hunt for them!
  6. Edward I Penny ?

    Hi Edward I Class 10-e (early) London mint
  7. London Coin fair

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  8. London Coin fair

    reverse
  9. London Coin fair

    Hi Thought I would share one of my latest acquisitions, Edward I penny class 3b/c transitional issue (quite rare) conjoined wedge drapery and pellets in stead of spearheads in the crown, London mint, acquired from C.J. Martin for £50 coin ex Middridge hoard, looks lovely in the hand
  10. London Coin fair

    Hi Thought I would share one of my latest acquisitions, Edward I penny class 3b/c transitional issue (quite rare) conjoined wedge drapery and pellets in stead of spearheads in the crown, London mint, acquired from C.J. Martin for £50 coin ex Middridge hoard, looks lovely in the hand
  11. Edward I penny

    They are scarce rather than rare, I have about a dozen variants on the terminal stopping including single, double and triple stops ( The class 1c with double stops in the legend is however is very rare!)
  12. Edward id

    Hi Class II also has terminal stops also ( Galata pg 38) to identify class 11 the crown has a damaged LH spearhead for all subclasses and mints. The coin illustrated above is class 10 c-e
  13. Henry III Penny query

    If you look in Spinks you will find that Roger only struck for Henry III class 6c -7b style is for class 7
  14. Tealby penny with an S

    Hi D F ALLEN refers to this legend reading in Henry II Cross-crosslets and regards it as standing for Senior or Secundus Types for class B, E and F,pg XXIV and XXXI AND XXXII. mints recorded Exeter (B or C) no 273, Ilchester (B3) no 278, Ipswich (B3) 298 London (E) 509 pl 22 17 ( different obverse die to yours) Your coin appears to read N:CA which could indicate Carlisle or Canterbury both of which struck in class E
  15. Plantagenet Coins

    Common coin, remember over 145,000 Edward pennies have been found in hoards alone never mind the thousands found every year by detectorists. This, I believe is a south-sea bubble style price rocket and there are going to be a lot of disappointed people about when the price collapses. Fortunately the prices in dealers trays and in London Auctions are only slightly inflated. Attached is photo of 3 pennies - class 2 and 3a&b Edward pennies The class 2 and 3 b acquired at York yesterday for £30 and £70 The high price for the 3b is that it is a unique variety of London 3b with the drapery entered twice below the bust. I also include a similar coin of 3a with double drapery acquired from Spinks for £50 on my last trip to London similarly unique. Will post these in the unpublished section later