It is found in the city, once the "HIS2180: Medieval Archaeology" History course is completed.
The details of the item: "An attempt by Edward III to produce a gold coin to be used internationally, much like the Florin but only half of the value. The Leopard beared the following Latin: 'IHC TRANSIENS PER MEDIUM ILLORUM IBAT'. Meaning: 'But Jesus passing through their midst went his way'. With the Florin, it was melted down in 1344 to produce the Noble. This coin was regarded as the most stunning coin ever produced and is extremely rare."