Edward II was the 4th child of King Edward I and his coinage consisted only of Pennies,
Halfpennies and Farthings. The Penny being the largest of his coins is struck in silver and
rather difficult to get. They look very similar to his Father’s coins, can be only told apart by
the dies that were used. It has been many years since we were able to offer these almost 700
year old Silver Pennies.
This group were minted in London and the coins on affer here are in Fine condition. The
supply is limited and many collectors are missing a coin of this early Monarch. Add one to
your collection while you can.