Good & Bad Condition Penny

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stanslad
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Whilst not being able to go detecting, the finds have never had so much play time!
Forgetting what I got, It's like detecting indoors re-finding stuff, came across these two Penny's or pennies?
A very common but decent condition Edward I London mint & a well tatty Steven, moneyer Adam at Oxford.
I'm now onto the tatty & good rings now.
Clint :thumbsup:
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figgis
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That Edward's a corker, Clint, but the less said about the other merchant the better :lol:
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Is the other one a Tealby penny?
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I’d swap quite a few perfect Edwards for that Oxford one - love it, tatty and all. I am desperate for a Norman coin and equally for an Oxford one so I’d be beaming for weeks :D

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Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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bob79 wrote: Tue Feb 02, 2021 6:24 pm Is the other one a Tealby penny?
I think it's called a "short cross and stars". Tealby pennies were issued by Henry II.
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