Edward I & II

Berwick Mint
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Below is a group of Berwick pennies which I have not had the time to describe, or sort for classes or varieties. 

There was a mint set up in Berwick by David I of Scotland. Scottish coins were struck here until the town was captured and sacked by Edward I on March 30, 1296. Following the battle of Stirling Bridge on September 11 1297, the town was recaptured by the Scots, although they failed to recapture the castle. In the Spring of 1298 the English army returned and the Scots withdrew. The English then occupied Berwick until 1318. After the battle of Halidon Hill in July 1333 it once again was occupied by the English.

Edward I/II - Berwick mint

Weight: 1.27 gm

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£19

Ref # 2175-4003

Edward I/II - Berwick mint

Weight: 1.36 gm

A metal detecting find from Withern, Lincolnshire.

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£19

Ref # 2132-2320

Edward I/II - Berwick mint

Weight: 1.31 gm


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£19

Ref # 2204-4031

Edward I/II - Berwick mint

Weight: 1.43 gm

Coin was found near Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire.


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£19

Ref # 2145-2339

Edward I/II - Berwick mint

Weight: 1.21 gm

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£19

Ref # 2145-2328