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HENRY III - IRELAND

 

Coins were issued for a period of less than two and a half years - see chronology at right.  A good recent BNJ reference to the Dublin Exchange is Richard Cassidy, 'Documents of the Irish exchange and mint, 1251-54', British Numismatic Journal 87 (2017), pp 67-72.  Click here to see the Exchange accounts (from Cassidy).

Other BNJ References

A guide to identification of the different classes can be found on the henry3.com website; use the Ireland pull-down menu to access the different Irish classes etc.

Identification Guide

               

 

 

Ia, Ricard
Ia, Ricard
Detail
Ib, Ricard
Ib, Ricard
Detail
Ib, Ricard
Ib, Ricard
Detail
Ib variety, Ricard
Ib variety, Ricard
Detail
Ic, Ricard
Ic, Ricard
Detail
Id, Ricard
Id, Ricard
Detail
IIa, Ricard
IIa, Ricard
Detail
IIa, Davi
IIa, Davi
Detail
IIb, Davi
IIb, Davi
Detail
IIc, Ricard
IIc, Ricard
Detail
Class IIc variety: No Beard.
Class IIc variety: No Beard.
Detail
IIc var., 3+2 Curls
IIc var., 3+2 Curls
Detail
IId, Ricard
IId, Ricard
Detail
 
 
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