Here’s an exciting English silver penny struck by hand more than 700 years ago under King Edward I during the first Scottish Rebellion. Nicknamed “Longshanks” for his height, Edward was a formidable opponent – including during his time spent as a crusader in the Holy Land. Thanks to the 1995 blockbuster Braveheart, today he’s best known for ordering the execution of Scottish rival William Wallace.
The obverse of this historic silver penny depicts a crowned, facing portrait of Edward I, while the reverse shows a cross dividing the field, with three pellets in each section. Struck during the reign of Edward I, this coin is a direct link to a fascinating time in history. It’s available here in your choice of two affordable grades – but don’t wait! Our supply is strictly limited, so order now.
- Material: Silver
- Product Type: Single Products