1064537 | GREAT BRITAIN. Anglo-Gallic. Edward III.
(King, 1327-1377). (1327-77) AV Guyennois d'Or. NGC MS63+.
Bordeaux Mint. 3.90gm. ED D GRA REX A G LI E DO AQVI: A IE (Edward by the grace of God, King of England, Lord of Aquitaine). Armoured crowned figure of King walking right, holding quartered shield and sword, standing over opposing lions, all within Gothic portico. Latin legend and outer toothed border surrounding /
+GLIA: In: EX:CELCIS: DEO: X: In TERA: PAX: hOIBVS (Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace to men.). Cinquefoil at centre of quatrefoil in cross fleury, lis and lion in opposing angles, all within 16 arc tressure, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, double pellet in annulet stops. SCBC-8045; Elias 50; cf. Sch. 30; AGC 50 dies 3/o.
Third issue, without mintmark. Very rare type in this quality.
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