The earliest references to Robin Hood appear 13th century English sources. Each made silver coins for trade and commerce in the lands they ruled.
This Historical Replica Set includes lead totally free pewter coins of 3 13th century rulers carefully connected with the legend and times of Robin Hood.
Is Richard I, son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Much better referred to as The Lionhearted, Richard's earliest titles included the French titles of Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, Duke of Gascony, Count of Anjou, Count of Nantes, and Overlord of Brittany.
In 1189 Richard was crowned King of England upon the death of his father Henry II.
The second ruler connected with Robin Hood is King John, Richard's younger brother. From 1190 to 1194 John ruled England while Richard was overseas on the Crusades.
The 3rd ruler associated in the stories of Robin Hood is the well-known Moslem ruler, Saladin, the very first Ayyubid Sultan of Egypt and Syria. Saladin led opposition to the European Crusaders in the Middle East.
Coins in the Times of Robin Hood
Includes Detailed Descriptions
Coins of France, England, and Ireland
Cast in Lead Free Pewter
Coins Marked COPY on Reverse