Henry III (Posthumous) Class 7 Pennies from the London Mint – Part 4: Phelip – Rob Page

This article continues the series on the class 7 pennies of Edward I issued in the name of Henry III. The coins of Phelip from the London mint are the moneyer/mint combination most commonly seen, and in this study nearly 40 reasonably well preserved specimens have been studied and assigned to a number of different die groups. In a companion article, to be issued shortly, I will illustrate examples of all the known dies for Phelip.

My thanks go to the collectors who have kindly let me have images of their coins.

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