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 ...
Pictures of Four Pence Coins. ... Pictures of Coins of the UK. by Tony Clayton ...
Fourth coinage Pre-Treaty Period (1351-1361) Series D Groat, London Mint
Values of Coins of UK - Fourpence or Groat. ... to the condition grades of the
coins. A guide to evaluating grades is found on my UK Coin Values Index page.
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 ...
Obverse and reverse of Edward I groat struck at 89 grains. Longman's dictionary
defines the groat thus: "Noun, a former British coin worth four pence". Longman ...
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
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Celtic roots. The first coins used in Britain were imported from the Belgica, a
Celtic tribe from Northern France. These were copies of the gold stater coin of
Gold and silver coins of Richard II (London, British Museum) ... and 8 pence);
Gold quarter-noble (1 shilling and 8 pence); Silver groat (4 pence); Silver penny.
These coins were minted in silver during the medieval period and usually carry a
face-on ... groats of Edward III from the his fourth coinage, pre-treaty period are ...