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No 713 - William II Silver Penny

No 713 - William II Silver Penny Image

Made from a die to represent this type and hand struck from pewter. The moneyer's name is ficticious (Grunal).

This is a William II penny struck by Grunal (ficticious) in TANVATS (Ficticious) and representing a coin dating to 1095 - 1100 AD.

The obverse die is Spink 1262 whilst the reverse die is Spink 1261

The obverse die shows Facing bust of king wearing crown, holding sword in right hand

The Reverse die shows Moneyer's and Mint's name preceded by initial cross at 12 o'clock.
Cross fleury over with a pile terminating in each angle.

Your Price:£2.79
Weight:2.60 g