For convenience, all class 5h and 5i coins are shown in the main Henry III section, and class 6 and class 7 coins are shown in this section. In reality, Henry III's death may have occurred sometime during the later part of the 5h period.
Class 6 - this was only known for a few specimens for the London, Bury and Durham mints until the the discovery of the second Colchester hoard.
This significant 1969 find added 1,916 die duplicates from Bury, however London and Durham class 6 coins remain rare.
Class 7 - of finer style than class 6, this class is known for Philip and Renaud of London, John and Ioce from Bury, and Robert in Durham. No class 7 coins are known from Canterbury.