COIN

Unique ID: SWYOR-9DD571

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A medieval silver coin: a penny of Edward I (1272-1307), Newcastle mint, class 10a (1300 - 1302). It is 17.8mm in diameter and 0.8mm thick. It weighs 1.37gm. Reference: North, Vol. 2, No. 1038.

Chronology

Broad period: MEDIEVAL
Period from: MEDIEVAL [scope notes | view all attributed records]
Date from: Circa AD 1300
Date to: Circa AD 1302

Dimensions and weight

Thickness: 0.8 mm
Weight: 1.37 g
Diameter: 17.8 mm
Quantity: 1

Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Monday 6th July 2009

Personal details

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Recorded by: Ms Amy Downes - [ view all attributed records]
Identified by: Ms Amy Downes - [view all attributed records]
Secondary identifier: Mr David Crowther - [ view all attributed records]

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Materials and construction

Primary material: Silver [scope notes | view all attributed records]
Completeness: Complete [scope notes | view all attributed records]

Coin data (numismatics)

Denomination: Penny [ scope notes | view all attributed records]
Ruler/issuer: Edward I of England [ scope notes | view all attributed records]
Mint or issue place: Newcastle upon Tyne [scope notes | view all attributed records]
Category: English coin Edwardian type 1279 - 1377 [ scope notes | View all attributed records]
Type: Edwardian class 10 (N 1038-1043), not further defined [scope notes | view all attributed records]
Obverse description: A crowned, facing bust of the king with drapery of two wedges, within a beaded inner circle.
Obverse inscription: EDWARD R ANGL DNS HYB
Reverse description: A long cross pattee with three pellets in each angle
Reverse inscription: VILL NOVI CAS TRI
Initial mark: Cross pattee
Die axis measurement: 3 o'clock [scope notes | view all attributed records]
Degree of wear: Worn: fine [ scope notes | view all attributed records]

A resized image of Medieval coin; penny of Edward I, class 10a

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Spatial metadata

Region: Yorkshire And The Humber
County: Barnsley
District: Barnsley
Parish: Cawthorne

Spatial coordinates

4 Figure: SE2809
Four figure Latitude: 53.576856 Four figure longitude: -1.578603
1:25K map: SE2809
1:10K map: SE20NE
Grid reference source: From a paper map
Unmasked grid reference accurate to a 10 metre square.

Discovery metadata

Method of discovery: Metal detector [scope notes]
General landuse: Cultivated land[scope notes]

Adjacent Domesday Book places

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References cited

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Created: Monday 5th October 2009
Updated: Sunday 12th August 2012

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