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Session I, Lot 66





Estimate: 200 GBP   |   Starting price: 160 GBP Bid on this lot at the auctioneer's website
English Coins from the Collection of the Late Dr John Hulett (Part X)

Edward III (1327-1377), Pre-Treaty period, Groat, series E/G mule (?), London, mm. cross 2 on obv., cross 3 on rev, small lis on cusps except over crown, three pellets in second quarter stamped crown (?), civi under posvi, broken cs and es both sides, 4.43g/5h (LAL 7; Doubleday 438, this coin; N 1195; S 1570). Mark on face, otherwise about very fine and toned, the variety extremely rare and unusual £200-£300

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Provenance: R.C. Lockett Collection, Glendining Auction, Part II, 11-17 October 1956, lot 1298 (part); W.J.W. Potter Collection; G.V. Doubleday Collection, Glendining Auction, 7-8 June 1972, lot 438; SNC December 2003 (HS 1431); bt Spink January 2004.

From its punctuation and lettering, Lawrence and Doubleday describe this coin as a series E/G mule, while the cataloguer of the Lockett collection included it in a lot of five series G groats, dating it to the mid- to late-1350s. Either way, the crown punch harks back to the excessively rare series B coins with crowns in all four reverse angles, conventionally dated to the summer of 1351

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