SKU: 1416

£145.00

Lightly toned on a full flan, a pleasing coin in hand.

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Henry VIII (1509-1547), silver Halfgroat, York mint, second coinage (1526-1544), Archbishop Wolsey (died 1530), m.m. voided cross/voided cross. Obv. Crowned bust facing right. Rev. Long cross forchée over square topped shield of arms, dividing ‘T W’, hat below shield. 1.37g, die axis 3h (S.2346; North 1805). Small area of weakness above kings head and on corresponding part of reverse, lightly toned on a full flan, a pleasing coin in hand. About very fine.

Provenance
Found: 2016, Tufton, Whitchurch, Hampshire, UK.

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Period

Ruler

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Date

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Denomination

Condition

Mint

Mint mark (obverse)

Mint mark (reverse)

Type

Archbishop Wolsey (died 1530)

Weight

References

North 1805, S.2346