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Reverse: Large cross potent with small potent in each angle; in centre a small cross in saltire
Grade: Fine, a large fragment but good portrait of this typically badly struck coin. Moneyer and mint not visible.
Ref: North 961/3, S1342
£90 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask)
Reverse: Two concentric rings of legend with long cross over, three pellets in each quarter
Grade: Near Very Fine, Lombardic M, closed C and E but also nick in right limb of V (CIVI) with cross 4 mm, interesting variations of clases C, E and G
Ref: S 1565-70
£190 (+P&P to UK, other locations please ask first)
Reverse: Central Karlogram, TOLVSA around
Grade: Very fine+
Ref: MG 1097, MEC 841 same ob. die
Prov: Ex DNW, collection of the late Tony Merson
£250 (+P&P, non-UK locations please ask first)
Reverse: Long cross and three pellets in each quarter, two concentric circles of legend, POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV and CIVI TAS LON DON
Grade: Fine, clipped, some weakness to portrait
Ref: S1773, N1391
£240 (+P&P to UK, other locations please ask first) #137
Henry VI Silver Groat, Leaf-Pellet Issue, London Mint, 1427-1434
Cross patonce initial mark, leaf to neck and two pellets either side of crown. Good portrait but a little weak to the top of legend, nice toning. From a very old collection, old ticket quoting 'Duke of Argyll Collection' and Seaby packet.
Ref: S1917 var, North 1505 Class C
Obverse stops saltire. No extra pellets in quarters.
£240 (+P&P, non-UK locations please ask first)
This historic coin was minted during the House of York's first visit to the throne in 1461. Edward married Elizabeth Woodville (the 'White Queen') in 1464, but the throne was lost in 1470 after the continual struggle for power with the Lancastrians. His second reign during 1471-83 brought relative peace to the country.