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NobleCoin (NOBL) Rank 1827

Market Cap $0.000
Volume 24H 0 NOBL
Open 24H $0.000
Low/High $0.000 - $0.000
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NobleCoin (NBL) is a scrypt based altcoin with a block time of 60 seconds - with five confirmations needed for transactions and 50 required for minting.  The coin supports transaction messaging and difficulty retargets every thirty blocks.

Mkt.Cap $ 0.00000000 Volume 24H 0.00000000 NOBL
Market share 0% Total Supply 2.15 B NOBL
Proof type PoW Open $ 0.0005
Low $ 0.0005 High $ 0.0005
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NobleCoin description

Nobles were struck throughout Henry VI's first reign (1422–61), but a shortage of gold resulted in fewer coins being struck. There were a number of issues, from both the London and Calais mints, but towards the end of the period the coins were only struck in London. Nobles produced during the reign of King Henry IV (1399–1413) are divided into the "Heavy Coinage" of 120 grains (7.8 grams) produced until 1412, and the "Light coinage" of 108 grains (7.0 grams) produced in 1412–13. Henrician nobles are a little difficult to distinguish because King Henry V and King Henry VI also produced nobles and at first glance they look very similar, but variations particularly in mintmarks can tell them apart – interested readers are advised to consult a good coin catalogue.

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The noble was the first English gold coin produced in quantity, having been preceded by the gold penny and the florin earlier in the reigns of King Henry III and King Edward III, which saw little circulation. The derivatives of the noble, the half noble and quarter noble, on the other hand, were produced in quantity and were very popular. During the Heavy Coinage period, nobles were minted in both London and Calais, the Calais coins again being distinguished by the flag on the stern of the ship. During the reign of King Richard II (1377–99), nobles were struck at both the London and Calais mints, but today they are difficult to obtain.

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  • Henrician nobles are a little difficult to distinguish because King Henry V and King Henry VI also produced nobles and at first glance they look very similar, but variations particularly in mintmarks can tell them apart – interested readers are advised to consult a good coin catalogue.
  • The omission of the "and Aquitaine" title is another difference between the coins of Henry IV and V.
  • Initially Edward retained his claim on the throne of France, but following the Treaty of Brétigny in 1360 this claim was dropped, and coins instead claim Aquitaine.
  • Henry V's (1413–22) coins are very similar to those of his father, but there are about seven different varieties of design and style of lettering.
  • Nobles were struck throughout Henry VI's first reign (1422–61), but a shortage of gold resulted in fewer coins being struck.

NobleCoin (NBL) is a scrypt based altcoin with a block time of 60 seconds - with five confirmations needed for transactions and 50 required for minting. The coin supports transaction messaging and difficulty retargets every thirty blocks. Henry V's (1413–22) coins are very similar to those of his father, but there are about seven different varieties of design and style of lettering.

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Coins minted at Calais can be distinguished because the ship has a flag at the stern. The diameter of the noble was 33–35 mm, half noble 25–26 mm and quarter noble 19–21 mm. Initially Edward retained his claim on the throne of France, but following the Treaty of Brétigny in 1360 this claim was dropped, and coins instead claim Aquitaine. In 1369 the treaty broke down and the claim on the throne of France was reinstated.

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The omission of the "and Aquitaine" title is another difference between the coins of Henry IV and V.

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