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One of three medieval coins:: CM.1947-2001

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One of three medieval coins:


Mint: Drogheda
Ruler: Edward IV (1461-70, 1471-83) (Second reign (1471-83))




Ireland, Edward IV, 2nd reign (1471-83), AR penny, Drogheda, light Cross and Pellets coinage. 0.54g.


History note: Under Review

Acquisition and important dates

Method of acquisition: Given (2001-11-19) by Withers, Paul


1471 - 1483

Components of the work

Object composed of silver Weight 0.54 g

Identification numbers

Accession number: CM.1947-2001
Primary reference Number: 264702
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Created: Friday 13 November 2020 Updated: Thursday 14 October 2021 Last processed: Thursday 14 October 2021

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Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Coins and Medals

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