Edward IV Bristol Groat
Edward IV, First Reign, Silver Groat, Light Coinage (1464-70), Bristol mint, crowned facing bust, B below, quatrefoils each side of neck, within tressure of nine arcs, fleurs on cusps, mint mark sun (1469-70). Type VIa Spelling of Bristol as BRESTOLL (See British Numismatic Journal THE COINAGES OF EDWARD IV AND OF HENRY VI (RESTORED) page 161 VIa
Reverse, long cross pattée, tri-pellets in each inner angle, twin concentric legends and beaded circles surrounding, mint mark Sun.
Weight 2.8g (N.1580; S.2004)
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