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One of ten English Short Cross silver fractions (1180-1247) from the collection of the late Dr David J. De S. Rogers, selected from among 607 cut halfpennies:: CM.318-2000

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Titles

One of ten English Short Cross silver fractions (1180-1247) from the collection of the late Dr David J. De S. Rogers, selected from among 607 cut halfpennies:

Maker(s)

Mint: Bury St Edmunds
Ruler: John (1199-1216) (Possibly)
Ruler: Henry III (1216-72) (Possibly)

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Categories

Description

England, John (1199-1216), cut farthing, class VIc2, Bury St Edmunds, Rauf, 0.32g.

Notes

History note: Under Review

Acquisition and important dates

Method of acquisition: Given (2000-05-08) by Withers, Mr Paul and Mrs Bente

Dating

Circa 1216 - Circa 1217

Components of the work

Object composed of silver Weight 0.32 g

Identification numbers

Accession number: CM.318-2000
Primary reference Number: 266018
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Audit data

Created: Friday 13 November 2020 Updated: Thursday 14 October 2021 Last processed: Wednesday 13 December 2023

Associated departments & institutions

Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Coins and Medals

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