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  6. <description>Latest English and Irish Medieval Hammered Farthing informantion and resources</description>
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  8. <copyright>Copyright 2003-2009, Brad Shepherd.  All rights reserved.</copyright>
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  20. <title>Watch as a detectorist finds a Henry VII hammered farthing.</title>
  21. <link>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=476k7sWHe6Q</link>
  22. <description>On YouTube - A metal detectorist finds a tiny and rare Henry VIII hammered silver farthing.
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  24. <pubDate>Mon, 14 Sep 2009 12:47:00 +0100</pubDate>
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  28. <title>New legend discovered on an Edward I London farthing.</title>
  29. <link>http://hammered_farthings.tripod.com/edward-i-farthings/civitas_eranglie.htm#eranglied</link>
  30. <description>This recent find is a Edward I London farthing with a blundered legend - is it the &quot;missing link&quot; between two farthing types?
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  32. <pubDate>Mon, 14 Sep 2009 15:29:00 +0100</pubDate>
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  36. <title>An interactive map of English Medieval Mints has been added.</title>
  37. <link>http://hammered_farthings.tripod.com/mints.htm</link>
  38. <description>View our interactive map - showing all the medieval English and Irish mints used to produce farthings. Features include: View by Monarch; View by Mint; and View all the Mints.
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  40. <pubDate>Wed, 30 Jul 2008 16:22:23 +0100</pubDate>
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  44. <title>A significant new way to identify Edward III 'Post-Treaty' Farthings is available.</title>
  45. <link>http://hammered_farthings.tripod.com/edward-iii-farthings/london.htm</link>
  46. <description>One of the defining features of the 'Post-Treaty' series is that the Ns on the reverse legend CIVITAS LONDON are reverse barred and they have a dash above the N of DON.  While this is well documented for Groats and Halfgroats, it seems to have been totally overlooked on the farthings.  A recently discovered farthing clearly shows both these features (though the bar above the N has been reduced to a pellet).</description>
  47. <pubDate>Tue, 24 May 2005 14:55:29 +0100</pubDate>
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  50. <title>New variety of Henry VI 'Rosette-Mascle' Farthing found.</title>
  51. <link>http://hammered_farthings.tripod.com/henry-vi-farthings/london.htm</link>
  52. <description>An unusual farthing has been uncovered with extra pellets in the LON and DON quarters on the reverse. Additionally, rather than the normal 'spade shaped' portrait used on Henry VI farthings, this coin is made from a new die with a more rounded chin.</description>
  53. <pubDate>Tue, 24 May 2005 14:55:29 +0100</pubDate>
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  56. <title>New Edward I Lincoln mint variant found.</title>
  57. <link>http://hammered_farthings.tripod.com/edward-i-farthings/lincoln.htm</link>
  58. <description>New variant added for Edward I, Lincoln Mint.  This new variety has unbarred A's and a top heavy letter G, more typical of later type 4de coins.
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  60. <pubDate>Tue, 24 May 2005 14:55:29 +0100</pubDate>
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  63. <title>New Edward I London mint variant found.</title>
  64. <link>http://hammered_farthings.tripod.com/edward-i-farthings/edwardvsrex-type1to8.htm</link>
  65. <description>New variant added for Edward I, London Mint.  This new variety uses an upside-down A instead of a V in the obverse legend EDWARDVS:REX.</description>
  66. <pubDate>Tue, 24 May 2005 14:55:29 +0100</pubDate>
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  69. <title>Award Nomination for Medieval English Hammered Farthings site</title>
  70. <link>http://medievalcoins.50g.com/Apr2005nom.htm</link>
  71. <description>The Medieval English Hammered Farthings site has been nominated for a prestigious Medieval Coins Group Award</description>
  72. <pubDate>Wed, 13 Apr 2005 12:20:00 +0100</pubDate>
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  75. <title>Bibliography Updated</title>
  76. <link>http://hammered_farthings.tripod.com/bibliography</link>
  77. <description>SCMB articles about English Hammered Farthings are now available on-line!</description>
  78. <pubDate>Tue, 12 Apr 2005 13:00:00 +0100</pubDate>
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  81. <title>New Edward I variant found</title>
  82. <link>http://hammered_farthings.tripod.com/edward-i-farthings/edwardvsrex-type1to8.htm</link>
  83. <description>A new lettering variant for Edward I Type 1 to 6 farthings has been identified!</description>
  84. <pubDate>Tue, 12 Apr 2005 13:00:00 +0100</pubDate>
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