Ec Moneta Nostra
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.
Sterling, Anonymous, Toul, ca. 1320-22, Mayhew 311
|Issue date:||Ca. 1320-22|
|Obverse description:||Crowned bust facing.|
|Reverse description:||Long cross pattee with three pellets in each angle.|
|Reverse legend:||LVN TOL ЄNG IЄN|