Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Nathan F, Nov 23, 2020.
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...No Trefoil is wrong, because there are no marks in the field. This is when you have to envy people like North and Stewartby, who had years of living with the variants.
Thanks for help on the date, the ON made me think it was London too but I wasn’t all that sure.
...Speaking of lettering, even for English hammered, I reflexively put the cut-off between 'medieval' and 'modern' not at the shift from hammered to milled, but between late Gothic and Roman lettering. To me, that Yells 'Renaissance /Modern /16th century /we're not in Kansas anymore.' ..Doesn't strike me as being any more arbitrary a criterion than the merely technological shift in minting practice.
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