Silver penny of Edward I

A silver penny of Edward I (reigned 1272-1307).  It was minted at London in 1305-06.  The coin was found by a metal detector-user near Glenluce.   Most of the coins from this period found in Galloway are English pennies.  This illustrates the degree of contact between south-west Scotland and England at the time.
Object no :
SRCO005a, SRCO005b
Collection :
Creator :
NA
Place of Production :
London
Dimensions :
Diameter:19mm
Materials :
silver
Location :
NA
Related site :
Accession number :
2003.1
Copyright :
Dumfries & Galloway Council
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