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Henry VII, Silver Halfgroat (2d), York, Archbishop Bainbridge, Profile Bust, Martlet Initial Mark, 1508-9

 

 

Obverse: Crowned profile bust of Henry, HENRIC VII DI GRA REX AGL Z

Reverse: Long cross over shield of arms, two keys below, legend around (Arch. Bainbridge from December 1508)

Grade: VF, with a little weakness to legends in parts 

20mm, 1.76g

Ref: S2262, N1751/1

Prov: Ex Spink, comes with old ticket

 

 

£200 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask first)

Henry VII, Silver Groat, Anchor Initial Mark, Early Type, London, 1490-1504

 

 

 

Obverse: Facing crowned bust of king with realistic hair, crown with jewelled and plain double arches, Class IIIb, HENRIC DI GRA REX AGLI Z FRA

Reverse: Long cross over two concentric circles of legend, three pellets in each angle, CIVITAS LONDON

27mm, 2.92g

Ref: S2198A

Grade: VF+ wonderful portrait but striking split at three o'clock

Prov: Ex Spink sale

 

 

£250 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask first)

Henry VII, Silver Halfgroat, Tun Initial Mark, Canterbury, 1495-98

 

 

Obverse: Facing crowned bust of king, double arched crown, legend around

 

Reverse: Long cross over two concentric circles of legend, three pellets in each quarter, CIVI TAS CAN TOR (issue under authority of Archbishop and King jointly)

 

20mm, 1.40g

Ref: S2211 Type IIIc, North 172

Grade: VF+ good portrait and bold lettering where present but small loss to edges

Prov: Ex Spink sale, comes with old ticket

 

 

£210 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask first) #a

Henry VII, Silver Halfgroat, Tun Initial Mark, Canterbury, 1495-98

 

 

Obverse: Facing crowned bust of king, double arched crown, legend around

 

Reverse: Long cross over two concentric circles of legend, three pellets in each quarter, CIVI TAS CAN TOR (issue under authority of Archbishop and King jointly)

 

19mm, 1.42g

Ref: S2211 

Grade: F+ areas of weakness to legend and portrait; small loss to edges

 

 

£180 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask first) #b

Henry VII, Silver Groat, Anchor Initial Mark, Early Type, London, 1490-1504

 

 

Obverse: Facing crowned bust of king, crown with jewelled arches, Class IIIc, HENRIC DI GRA REX AGLI Z FRA

Reverse: Long cross over two concentric circles of legend, three pellets in each angle, CIVITAS LONDON

26mm, 2.97g

Ref: S2199, N1705

Grade: VF+ very small crack to edge at 6 o'clock

Prov: Ex Lockdales

 

 

 

£280 SOLD

 

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