Obv: hENRICVS REX III' - with a pellet after REX.
Rev: WIL/LE[M]/NNE/RIN - imitated mint name unclear. RIC: 8-9.
Notes: Images courtesy of Glenn Schaap, this coin was one of 3 from lot 2936 auctioned by WAG, auction 67, 17-18 September, 2013.
Coin Ref: CIF-3049
Page updated: July 2nd 2017.
Obv: hER:IC US [R]EX III' Thin and spindly initial mark. Evident guide line for inner circle.
Rev: G.BO/RAR/DCN/[ ] - Second quarter may read PAR, third quarter may be DEN.
Legend is similar to C/T 3.074, attributed to Boppard, a small town on the Rhine just south of Coblenz, and possibly issued by William of Holland who was killed in battle in 1256.
Coin found by a metal detectorist, Feb 2015, Chadlington, Oxfordshire.
Coin Ref # CIF3025
Many of the class 3 imitations have legends which cannot be clearly assigned to a particular mint or moneyer.