- Obverse legend is HENRICVS REX
- Reverse legend is ANGLIE TERCI
- Neither the mint nor the moneyer are named on the coin
- The beard is rendered naturalistically, using strokes
- The king’s hair is visible above the crown band on some coins (as the present example)
- Obverse legend is HENRICVS REX ANG
- Reverse legend begins LIE TERCI and ends with the mint signature: LON (London), CAN (Canterbury) or (AED) Bury St Edmunds
- The beard is usually rendered using pellets
Notes regarding class 1 sub-classes
Sub-class 1a is very rare.
In Lawrence’s original classification of the coinage, sub-classes 1a and 1b were designated class I* and class I respectively.
Mules occur between the sub-classes 1a and 1b and also between 1b and class 2.
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