Gold Noble Coin
Gold Noble Coin #452
The first mass-produced English coin, preceded by the Florin, the gold Noble was valued at six shillings and eight pence. The coin was introduced in 1344, and weighed 138.5 grains, later reduced to 128.5 grains. Mentioned in Shakespeare's plays, this coin is sought after by museums and private collectors.
It can be found in the City once the Medieval Archaeology History course has been completed.