This reproduction Groat coin with the crowned facing bust of Edward I on the obverse and long cross with pellets in each angle on the reverse. Our Edward I Groat Coin is made from lead-free pewter and comes is a package of 10 coins. These Medieval Coins are great for kids of all ages, collectors, gamers, and living history groups. These reproduction coins have the same weight, metal alloy, and fineness in detail as the originals from the historical era.
In 1296 Edward I invaded Scotland and declared himself King of that realm. His defeat by Sir William Wallace at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in the following year forced him to retreat. In 1298 he again invaded Scotland and defeated the Scottish army at the Battle of Falkirk. Wallace was captured and executed in 1305. In 1307 Edward set out for a third time to subdue the Scots but died en route.
- Replica Historical Coins
- Great for Kids, Collectors, Gamers, and History Groups
- Made From Pewter Antiqued Plated
- Cast From Originals
- 10 Coins