Edwardian Sterlings

Ec Moneta Nostra

Coats of arms of Toul.

ЄCMONЄTANOSTRA can be translated as "This is our money.
Most sterlings have a "Lvntolengien" reverse which also occurs on sterlings in the name of Ferry IV of Lorraine. This could suggest that the Duke of Lorraine may have had a hand in the issue.
Hoard finds also suggest that this type was contemporary with Ferry's sterlings.

More info about Ferry IV of Lorraine: Wikipedia

Sterling, Anonymous, Toul, ca. 1320-22, Mayhew 311

Reign/Issue Authority:Anonymous
Denomination/Type:Sterling
Mint:Toul
Issue date:Ca. 1320-22
Weight:1,21 gr
Diameter:18 mm
Rarity:R2
Reference:Mayhew 311
Catalogue #:0032
Obverse description:Crowned bust facing.
Obverse legend:+ЄCMONЄTANOSTRA
Reverse description:Long cross pattee with three pellets in each angle.
Reverse legend:LVN TOL ЄNG IЄN
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