Descriptive Catalogue of the Series of Coins Found at Tutbury: In the County of Stafford, in the Bed of the River Dove, in June, 1831, and Supposed to Have Been Part of the Military Chest of the Earl of Lancaster
Rowbottom - Coins, Medieval - 62 pages
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Angl Bishop Beck Bishop Kellow broach on breast chaplet of three chin pointed Civitas Cantor Civitas Dureme Civitas Eboraci Civitas London contracting mark crosier cross moline cross patee dot or roundel Edwa Edward Edward II executed coin face long five points pierced fleur de lis head and face head crowned fleury inner vest John of Bohemia King's name knob large coin Large letters legend different legend of obverse letters and cross Letters small London coins long face mantle fastened mint mark Moneta mullets of five mullets of six Namur Novicastri obverse and reverse obverse head obverse legend oval points not pierced quarter quatrefoil reverse as last Reverse different reverse four mullets rude coin rudely executed sceptre similar six points pierced Small letters smaller star on breast Struck by Bishop style of head three pearls three pellets three roses tunic Tutbury variety of faces verse Villa Berewici