Medieval Great Britain (England) Quarter Noble (Edward III)  1361 to 1369
Medieval Great Britain (England) Quarter Noble (Edward III) 1361 to 1369

From Wikipedia: The Noble was the first English gold coin produced in quantity, having been preceded by the Gold penny and the Florin earlier in the reigns of King Henry III and King Edward III, which saw little circulation.

The coins on this page are quarter nobles. Full nobles and half nobles use other patterns. Quarter nobles weigh between 1.4 and 1.9 grams.

The face value of a noble was six shillings and eight pence (written 6/8), which was equivalent to eighty pence or one-third of a pound sterling. The weight was changed from issue to issue to maintain this value until 1464 when the value was increased. Throughout the history of this denomination there are many varieties of inscriptions, mint marks, and to some extent, design.

Very roughly, catalog values run like this:

worn: $500 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $700
well preserved: $1500

Our secondary figure gives and idea of how value varies with condition. The (A) coin is damaged itself, or was struck with damaged dies. It sold for $370 during a 2008 auction. The (B) coin has some wear but pleasing eye appeal. It sold for $500 during a 2008 auction. The (C) coin is almost uncirculated, showing little wear and no sign of problems of any kind. It sold for $1000 during a 2006 auction, and would probably sell for much more today.

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Coin: 19295 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: Keith, Sun, 24-May-2015 10:26:49 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Mon, 25-May-2015 02:41:36 GMT
Requester description: 1369 1361 gold quarter noble Fairly certain there's an annulet before EDWARD(Spink 1511) if not, it's Spink 1510....The mint is London due to the Lis in centre of reverse.
The Obverse reads thus; +EDWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL (Edward by the grace of God King of England)
Reverse; +EXALTABITVR IN GLORIA (He shall be exalted in glory)
There's double saltire stops between the above words.
Tags: medieval great britain england quarter noble edward iii midieval mediaeval britaain uk brit brittan brittrex brittain britian britt english britan british britsh britanniarun brilt brittish eduardus edouard edwards edwardvs edwr dward edwardus edourdand an annulet amulet before spink mint london due lis obverse dei gra rex angl angel grace god king exaltabitvr exalt gloria shall exalted glory double saltire stops stop anverse rexm rexind rexx rexetind cherubs angels cheurb cherub angelic gods goddess deity godess kings rois konigreich konigin exaltabitur glorified doubled doubble twoheaded doubles stopping circle ring cross coat arms shield circled encircle crrcle cirle circlet circles circlr circal citcle encircled ringed circumscibed cirlce circel encircles encircling rings circling cirlces circular cicurling circumscribed coats crests insignia crested crest creast sheild shiled shied chevrons shileld shild escucheon shelid chevron ashield shields





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