Category Archives: Henry III

Clipped Coins

By Tyler Rossi for CoinWeek ….. Money equals power, and a ruler’s success often hinges on control of that power. The stability of a monetary system can reinforce a ruler’s right to rule; conversely, an unsound and vulnerable coinage can lead to disruptive social and economic issues. As a result, medieval authorities, much like their […]

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A preview of the 2018 New York International Numismatic Convention

The New York International Numismatic Convention (NYINC) is traditionally held sometime during the first few weeks of the year. Taking place for many years at the Waldorf-Astoria in downtown Manhattan, the show has now moved down the block to the Grand Hyatt for the first time, where it will be held from January 12th to the 14th

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Heritage Auction Offerings at January 2018 NYINC Sale

With the calendar turning to a new year, it’s time for our highly anticipated New York International Numismatic Convention (NYINC) auction, scheduled for January 7-8 at its new Grand Hyatt (@ Grand Central Station) venue. We’re honored and excited about the numismatic treasures we’ve assembled for this auction, totaling nearly 6,200 lots, our largest offering […]

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Grading World Coins – NGC Certifies Important Early Gold Penny of Britain

Unpopular during the reign of King Henry III, this penny is cherished by the numismatic world today Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has certified an extremely rare and important gold penny from the reign of King Henry III of England. Struck in London in 1257, it is one of just four known examples in private hands […]

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