The Gold Ryal, also known as the Rose Noble, was an English gold coin first issued in 1464, during the "first reign" of Edward IV (1461-1470). From the 1430s onwards, the price of gold had been rising, with the result that the gold noble, which had been in use since 1344, was worth more on the continent than in England. The nobles were exported en masse to the continent for profit, resulting in a shortage of the coins.
Moedas de ouro dos séculos 19 e 20 são encontradas escondidas em piano na Inglaterra
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Celtic Stater, late 1st century BC Attributed to Dubnovellaunus, king of the Cantiaci, who ruled the Thanet area of Kent, south east England.
Gold Noble (S.1521) of King Edward III (1327-1377). Post-treaty period (1369-1377). Obv - King standing in ship. Rev - Royal cross in tressure, "E" and pellet at the center. Flag at stern, signifying Calais mint. Image by kind permission of: Ira & Larry Goldberg Auctioneers Inc.
[Well-preserved coin with reverse crescent moons and stars design. Celtic Iceni Tribe, England, 40-50 BC]
1920-1946 Great Britain 1 Shilling Silver Coin (.09 oz of Silver) Random Date
1942 Great Britain 1 Shilling Silver Coin http://www.gainesvillecoins.com/