E-Auction 23 Lot 95

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King John - Nemesis of Robin Hood
E-Auction 23 Lot 95

John. 1199-1216. AR short cross penny. 1.45 gm. 19 mm. Class 5b. Pieres. Chichester. Facing bust; +HENRICVS R—EX around / Voided short cross; +PIERES ON CICE. S. 1351. Mass 1466. Very Fine; fresh surfaces under light toning; bold portrait; crimped at one edge from uneven placement in the bottom die; scarcer mint.

Lots 95 to 106: King John, Nemesis of Robin Hood - twelve short cross pennies of different varieties and mints present an interesting cross-section of this medieval coinage.

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