Henry VIII, Silver Sovereign Penny, 2nd Coinage, Durham Mint, Radiant Star Initial Mark, Bp. Tunstall, 1530
Reverse: Long cross over royal shield, C-D either side for Bp Tunstall
Prov: Ex DNW, comes with old ticket
£120 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask)
Henry VIII, Silver Groat, 2nd Coinage, Young Portrait, London Mint, Rose Initial Mark, 1526-1529
Grade: NVF, well centred and struck for type, good portrait, a little buckled
Prov: Ex Lockdales
Note: The only coins of Ireland to have the portrait of Henry VIII were those issued once his son was on the throne and therefore very rare.
£690 (P&P FREE to UK, other locations please ask)
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