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Henry VII, Silver Half Penny, London, Lis MM, 1487
Obverse: Crowned bust facing
Rev: long cross with three pellets in each quarter although one has been flattened or weak die fault.
Grade: AVF, some loss to edges.
Prov: ex TimeLine
Henry VII, Half Groat, York, Archbishop Savage, Martlet MM, 1502-9
Obverse: Crowned bust facing, double arched crown, no tressure, keys at neck
Reverse: CIVITAS EBORACI (York)
Grade: VF, but some loss to edge.
Prov: ex Morton & Eden
Henry VII Silver Half Groat, Canterbury Mint
1504-9 profile portrait type, bust of king right, martlet mint mark.
S2261 Reasonable portrait, clip to edge
Reverse of coin
£80 (P&P free)
Henry VIII, Posthumous Half Groat, Bristol Mint,
?WS mint mark to reverse, S2413
£90 (P&P free)
Edward VI, AR Shilling, 1551-53
Tun initial mark. Weak strike to
obverse, reverse better.
Facing portrait with rose to left and value to right.
Philip and Mary, Shilling, 1554
A nice example of this often weakly struck coin. Both portraits of Philip of Spain and Mary.
Henry VII, AR Sovereign Penny, Archbishop Rotherham, 1485-1509
S2238 York mint, Archbishop Rotherham with two pillars to throne. Weak strike or worn. Pierced for touch-piece?
Reverse has two keys below the shield.
Edward VI, Shilling, 2nd Issue ?Canterbury 1549
Reasonable portrait of profile bust. Uncertain mint mark, but probably 'T', bust type 3 or 4.
Oval garnished shield dividing E & R.
£200 (+P&P) SOLD
Henry VIII, Posthumous Issue, Struck in the Reign of Edward VI, Groat, Canterbury
Bust type 6, S2408, no mint mark.
Reverse, no date, 1547-51.
Fine, struck off centre.
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