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Date Made/Found: 1199-1216
Maker: Unknown
Material and Medium: Silver
Dimensions: Weight 1.27g
Department: Archaeology
Accession Number: J1938.183
This silver penny was issued by King John (1199-1216). It was made by Nichole at the mint in York.

During the reigns of King Richard (1189-1199) and King John, new coin dies were not made. This is why the coin has the name of King Henry II, who was the father of Richard and John stamped on it.
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