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Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby stubble hunter » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:02 pm

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This was one of the many hammered coins that came up from our very successful club dig yesterday.
This appears to be foreign and the silver looks very suspect.
Ideas anyone
Many thanks
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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby Allectus » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:13 pm

Edward III Aquitaine Sterling. ::g

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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby busterhamer » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:14 pm

It is a silver, Anglo-Gallic sterling penny of Edward III as Duke of Aquitaine AD 1327-62. Crowned bust 3/4 left with lion below. Reverse cross with crowns in the angles. Spink 8047... ::g ::g ::g
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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby stubble hunter » Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:19 pm

Many thanks Allectus and Busterhammy for ID ! ::g ::g ::g
Cheers !
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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby harry » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:24 pm

busterhamer wrote:It is a silver, Anglo-Gallic sterling penny of Edward III as Duke of Aquitaine AD 1327-62. Crowned bust 3/4 left with lion below. Reverse cross with crowns in the angles. Spink 8047... ::g ::g ::g

word for word from an id on another forum.....questionable plagiarism?....credit where credit is due surely???........hhmmmm.
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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby john Colin » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:50 pm

harry wrote:
busterhamer wrote:It is a silver, Anglo-Gallic sterling penny of Edward III as Duke of Aquitaine AD 1327-62. Crowned bust 3/4 left with lion below. Reverse cross with crowns in the angles. Spink 8047... ::g ::g ::g

word for word from an id on another forum.....questionable plagiarism?....credit where credit is due surely???........hhmmmm.


Depends if you are just trying to help or want to look good,
I see it as just trying to help
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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby harry » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:55 pm

john Colin wrote:
harry wrote:
busterhamer wrote:It is a silver, Anglo-Gallic sterling penny of Edward III as Duke of Aquitaine AD 1327-62. Crowned bust 3/4 left with lion below. Reverse cross with crowns in the angles. Spink 8047... ::g ::g ::g

word for word from an id on another forum.....questionable plagiarism?....credit where credit is due surely???........hhmmmm.


Depends if you are just trying to help or want to look good,
I see it as just trying to help
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cant prove it but does look iffy.........just my opinion. nice id buster.
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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby busterhamer » Mon Mar 20, 2017 10:53 pm

Just trying to help guys, and of course the race to beat Tony is always fun....missed it by a few seconds. ;) ;) ::g
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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby harry » Tue Mar 21, 2017 4:17 am

incidentally, the person that busterhammer got his ID from is called Tom Redmayne, i will give credit where credit is due. ::g
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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby littleboot » Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:12 pm

Good grief 'harry' this is an internet forum not War and Peace. We ALL get our info from Google, other sites, references etc. Be it PAS or other databases or books online. Its all about sharing info surely? Hate this sort of nit-picking.
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Re: Foregin (?) hammy for ID

Postby harry » Wed Mar 22, 2017 6:03 am

not nit picking, i just dont like it when credit is not given thats all.
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