SKU: 5562

£525.00

Toned with a bold and impressive portrait.

Sold - Feb 21

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Henry VII (1485-1509), silver Groat, London mint, facing bust, Class IIIb, m.m. escallop/escallop. Obv. Crowned bust facing within tressure, fleur on breast, crown double-arched with jewels on both arches, rosette stops, fleurs type 8, lettering type E1. Rev. Long forked cross to edge of coin, 3 pellets in each central quarter within inner beaded circle, Lombardic M’s. 3.08g, die axis 7h (S.2198A; North 1705(b)). Toned with a bold and impressive portrait. Good very fine.

With old ticket.

Provenance
Ex Motcomb collection, Morton & Eden Auction 78, 17/03/2016, Lot 177
Ex Purchased Seaby, December 1952.

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Mint

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North 1705(b), S.2198A

Old Ticket