Leopard Coin #450
An attempt by Edward III to produce a gold coin to be used internationally, much like the Florin but only half of the value. The Leopard bore the following Latin legend: 'DOMINE NE IN FURORE TUO ARGUAS ME', meaning: 'O Lord, rebuke me not in Thy anger'. The Florin was recalled and melted down in 1344 to produce the Noble. Few specimens have survived of what is often regarded as one of the most beautiful medieval coins ever produced.
It can be found in the City once the Medieval Archaeology History course has been completed.