This is a medieval silver penny of King Henry III, struck at the Bury St. Edmunds mint between 1216 - 1247 A.D. The Moneyer who struck the coin was called Norman, his name and mint are found on the reverse of the coin. +NORMAN.ON.SAN. The coin has some wear and is a detector find from Kent.
CULTURE: Medieval England
MONARCH: Henry III
DATE: 1216 - 1247 A.D.
SIZE: 17mm diameter
WEIGHT: 1.03 grams
ATTRIBUTION: Spink 1356A
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