Help with ID on battered Edward penny

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Reiver
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Had an morning out on a pasture permission today. Same field that gave up the Edward penny and Elizabeth 1st threepence the other week.

Weather fair and views stunning, but targets few and far between.
A pewter spoon started the ball rolling followed by a Victoria penny 1900.
Then had a good two way repeatable signal of 12 on the Nox, which was an Edward penny. Then several yards on another good signal which was the buckle.

Sorry to have to ask for help on another battered Edward penny which is heavily clipped also.
My best guess ( and it is a wild guess )
is class 10cf2 ?

I would be very grateful if one of you coin wizards can help with ID if at all possible.

Many thanks in advance,
Reiver.
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It is York mint if that helps
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9b York(royal)

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TheFenTiger wrote: Wed Oct 20, 2021 5:42 pm It is York mint if that helps
Yes ,that helps enormously.
Thank you very much. :thumbsup:
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Allectus wrote: Wed Oct 20, 2021 5:42 pm 9b York(royal)

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Thank you very much for that ID Allectus ,brilliant as usual .

What indicates York mint ,if you don't mind me asking ?
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You can read the "EBO" of "CIVITAS EBORACI" on the reverse. Another pointer towards a York mint is a quatrafoil in the centre of the cross on the reverse, though yours doesn't have this
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figgis wrote: Wed Oct 20, 2021 7:30 pm You can read the "EBO" of "CIVITAS EBORACI" on the reverse. Another pointer towards a York mint is a quatrafoil in the centre of the cross on the reverse, though yours doesn't have this
Thank you for that Figgis,
Now I know what to look for I can just see the abbreviation EBO .
Maybe one day I'll get one of these blighters right.

Many thanks ,
Reiver.
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