Medieval silver coins: 14th century
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Selection of Medieval silver coins. This group of one hundred and twenty four silver coins was part of a group of silver and gold coins that were discovered at Beulah Hill, Upper Norwood. It is thought to have been deposited in c.1365 and reflects the changes in currency following Edward III's introduction of the gold noble and silver groat which is a silver coin worth four old pence.
1364 AD - 1365 AD