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About Me BA Hons in Archaeology Bangor University. BSC Hons in Management York university. Graduate Diploma Lincoln University Conservation of museum artifacts. MA Durham University Conservation of museum artifacts (just starting).

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Edward III Gold Half Noble
Yes pity about the damage but being gold most medieval larger flan hammered coins get folded or hit by plough or other farming implements. Most you see in sales or books you can tell they have been folded out again. This will only be missing a few mm on the edge once the fold is bent back. I've waited quite a while to get a king standing on a ship.

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