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Title: Short Cross penny
Item Name: Currency


Class IVa* silver short cross penny; mint of Canterbury, moneyer: Gol[d]wine. Find: Bainton Hoard. The short cross penny was produced in the reigns of Henry II (1180-1189), Richard I (1189-1199), John (1199-1216) and Henry III (1216-1272). They all bear the name HENRICUS, a bearded portrait and the moneyers name & cross on the reverse.

Year: 1180-1204
Culture: Medieval
Materials: silver
Measurements: Wt:1.47g
ID_Number: ERYMS (Goole) : M996

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