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Metal detectorist unearths rare gold coins from Black Death period

A metal detectorist in England has unearthed two rare gold coins that date to the mid-14th century, a time when was ravaging the country. Both medieval coins depict Edward III, who tried to introduce coinage to England starting in 1344. One of the newfound coins — a leopard coin (also called a half florin), issued from January to July 1344 — was considered “failed” because the mint charges were too high and the value assigned to the leopard coins overvalued gold against , according to a June 17 statement from the (PAS).

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