A silver groat from the reign of Edward I of England (1272-1307). The groat is the
traditional name of a long-defunct English silver coin worth four English ...
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Fourth coinage Pre-Treaty Period (1351-1361) Series D Groat, London Mint
The name groat was given in the Middle Ages to all thick silver coins, as opposed
to thin silver coins such as deniers or pennies. Enno van Gelder in his book ...
1843 Queen Victoria Four Pence (Groat) Silver British Coin. $10.50; 12 bids ...
1836 Silver 4 Pence Groat Great Britain UK English Coin XF. $75.00; Buy It Now.
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Silver Groat of Queen Victoria 1838-1855. The Victoria Groat or four pence
always brings a look of surprise from collectors. It is a misconception that they are
Edward I Groat. By the time of Edward I (1272-1307), the only coin in common
circulation in England was the silver penny. The French had successfully ...
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When the first Celtic coins were minted in Britain around 80 B.C., they were
Potins .... three new coins, the Groat (valued at four pence), Half-penny and
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