24 December 1166 – 19 October 1216
It looks like the obverse might have been double struck. Interesting.
There is a short cross on this one. Sometimes there are long crosses that extend near the edge of the coin. These were like this to make it easier to divide the coin equally along the center lines. This would be the only way to make change or to pay smaller amounts. The value was in the silver content at this time, and right up to the 20th century. Now, the coin only represents value, the metal itself is worth very little and it is a crime to deface coinage.
Average to high prices for his coins. This end of reign penny from 1199 to 1216 was about $125.00.