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Henry III voided long cross cut 1/4 Class 5 (based on henric looking to start at 9 o'clock). Monier Willem. Monier + class combination I think will make it London or Canterbury mint
Edward IV second reign half penny, London mint. I think the mintmark is a cinquefoil dating it to 1476-83
I think this is a Henry II Tealby cut half penny. Can't say much more than that about it.
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Henry III Voided as you say Willem it's a class 5a or 5b as the central fleur splits the E & N in the legend,pity we can't see the ''R'' as it would tell us if it's ''a''or ''b'' (wedged or pellet toe) it's Canterbury I believe as willem starts at 5c @ London in the JJNorth.
would agree with your ID on the Edward IV spink 2137 I'm thinking (1480-83) we will see what Mr A gives out of 10 when he comes on mate! Lol....... (Well found BTW:-)
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