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The House of Tudor, 1485-1603

Henry VIII (1509-1547) Angel

Ref 31/47Price £2,850.00

Wt. 5.12g., First Coinage, 1509-1526, Tower, i.m. portcullis, similar, HENRIC VIII DI GRA REX AGL Z FR, rev. PER CRVCE TVA SALVA NOS XPE REDE, saltire stops, Whitton (iii) variant 2; Schneider 562; N.1760; S.2265 , a little weak on St Michael's face, otherwise
good VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) George Noble

Ref 31/48Price £47,500.00

Wt. 4.55g., Second coinage, 1526-44, m.m. rose, ship right, rose impaled on mast, HK (Henry and Katherine of Aragon) above, HENRIC D G AGLIE Z FRA DNS HIBERNIE, rev. St. George on horseback spearing dragon, TALI DICATA SIG MES FLVCTVARI NEQT, saltire stops, Schneider 576; N.1785; S.2270, very rare,
Ex. Spink Auction 206, 1st and 2nd December 2010 (898), Norweb, Spink Auction 48, 13th November 1985 (313), J H Barnes, Sotheby, 26th June 1974 (114) and T B Clarke-Thornhill, Glendining, 24th May 1938 (51).
VF

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Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII , 1547-51 Half Sovereign

Ref 31/53Price £1,875.00

Wt. 5.85g., Southwark, i.m. -/Roman E, crowned youthful King enthroned facing holding sceptre left, orb, right, rose below, rev. crowned shield, supporters each side, letter E in panel below, cf Schneider 665-6; N.1866; S.2394 , poorly struck, thus weak in places, otherwise
almost VF

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Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII , 1547-51 Gold Crown

Ref 31/54Price £2,150.00

Wt. 3.08g., Tower mint, i.m. arrow, Roman lettering, lozenge stops, Whitton p.180; cf. Schneider 649; N.1867; S.2395, weak in places, otherwise
VF

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Mary (1553-1554) Groat

Ref 31/60Price £725.00

Wt. 1.94g., i.m. pomegranate, similar, N.1960; S.2492, edge a little ragged, strong portrait, pleasantly toned,
good VF

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Philip and Mary (1554-1558) Groat

Ref 31/61Price £750.00

Wt. 1.91g., i.m. lis, crowned bust of Mary left, reads REGI, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1973; S.2508
VF

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Henry VII (1485-1508) Half-Angel

Ref 31/46Price £3,000.00

Wt. 2.55g., Tower mint, type V, i.m. cross-crosslet, HENRIC DI GRA REX AGL Z F, St Michael spearing Satan, saltire stops, rev. O CRVX AVE SPES VNICA, saltire stops, shield within ship to right, cross above dividing H and rose, P & W, Pt.II, p.150; SCBI 23 Ashmolean, No-; Schneider-; Stewartby p.429; N.1702; S.2192- all references list rose/crosslet combination only , a field find, some surface marks, this piece unique and an important addition to the corpus of numismatic knowledge in the reign of Henry VII
Ex. Spink Auction 22-23rd September 2015. Previously only known to be muled with mintmark rose on the obverse. This is the first known true type V Henry VII half angel with the cross- crosslet mintmark on both sides.
almost VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Gold Halfcrown

Ref 31/49Price £5,000.00

Wt. 1.79g., second coinage, Tower mint, i.m. rose, crowned double rose, RVTLANDS ROSA SINE SPINA, rev. crowned square topped shield, HENRIC 8 GRA REX AGL Z, no initials in field, double saltire stops, Roman letters with gothic h and A, Schneider 598 (same dies); Whitton (i), 1; N.1793; S.2284 mixed Roman and Lombardic lettering, double/single saltire stops, Whitton (i), 2; Schneider 599; N.1794; S.2285, extremely rare, a full coin, small striking crack at 1 o'clock, otherwise
Ex. R C Lockett, Glendining, 11th October 1956 (1780), Sotheby, 15th October 1998 (255), I Ure, Rasmussen list 2 2002 (C97) and Colin Adams, Spink 1st December 2005 (1). This piece, the very first Halfcrown, has an early version of the inner rose and omits the initials in the field both sides, a variety unknown on the Crowns. There are believed to be only five examples known.
VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Half Sovereign

Ref 31/50Price £1,275.00

Wt. 6.10g., Third Coinage, 1544-1547, Type IIb, Southwark, a mule i.m. S, reverse E, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRANCIE Z HIB REX, Lombardic letters, sleeve stops, rev. IHS AVTE TRANSIENS PERMEDI ILLOR IBA, E below shield, trefoil stops, Whitton II(b) Mule, cf. Schneider 621; N.1828; S.2297, weakly struck,
F or better

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Testoon

Ref 31/51Price £5,950.00

Wt. 7.63g., Third coinage, Tower mint, group A, i.m. pellet in annulet and lis/pellet in annulet, bust 1, facing bust with prominent side locks, Lombardic lettering with Roman E and R both sides, reads HENRIC 8, saltire stops, rev. large crowned rose, crowned H and R at sides, reads ADIVTOREVM, broken saltire stops, Jacob O.8/R.13; N.1841; S.2364, very rare,
Ex. "Property of a Gentleman", Rasmussen List 27; Gordon Stanley Hopkins (111). and Spink Numismatic Circular, December 2004(HS1910). The double mint mark lis and pellet, is very rare on the 9oz fine testoons of group A. reading HENRIC VIII. Only four have been been offered at auction over the last 40 years.
almost VF

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Henry VIII (1509-1547) Penny

Ref 31/52Price £265.00

Wt. 0.59g. third coinage, BRISTOL, no i.m., facing bust with more body showing, Bristol lettering, Whitton 12; N.1856; S.2382, good portrait,
about VF

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Shilling

Ref 31/55Price £2,750.00

Wt. 5.23g., second period, Durham House, 1549, i.m. bow, bust 2, crown with frosted inner caul, EDWARD VI D G ANGL FRA Z HIB REX, rev. INIMICOS EIVS INDVAM CONFVSIONE, shield with frosted garnishing divides ER, Bispham, type 5/F; N.1925; S.2472, a lovely example, with full legends and a bold portrait, very rare thus
good VF

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Halfcrown

Ref 31/56Price £585.00

Wt. 15.17g., third period, fine silver issue, 1551, i.m. Y, king on horseback walking right, date below, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1934; S.2479
Ex. Lingford collection, purchased by Baldwin 1951.
good F

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Halfcrown

Ref 31/57Price £650.00

Wt. 14.50g., third period, fine silver issue, 1551, i.m. tun, king on horseback galloping right, date below, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1935; S.2480
F

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Edward VI (1547-1553) Halfcrown

Ref 31/58Price £600.00

Wt. 14.84g., third period, fine silver issue, 1553, i.m. tun, king on horseback large walking horse right, date below, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1936; S.2479, very rare, plugged in field behind King's shoulder, otherwise
Ex. Spink Auction, 31st March 2005 (236).
a bold F

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Mary (1553-1554) Groat

Ref 31/59Price £2,000.00

Wt. 2.01g., i.m. pomegranate, crowned portrait of Mary left, MARIA D G ANG FRA Z HIB REGI, rev. long cross fourchée over shield, N.1960; S.2492, a strong portrait, lovely iridescent toning,
EF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Sixpence

Ref 31/62Price £465.00

Wt. 3.04g., milled issue, 1564, i.m. star, bust F, toothed borders, B&B 34-01/R1; N.2030; S.2598, toned,
about VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Threepence

Ref 31/63Price £525.00

Wt. 1.34g., milled coinage, 1561, i.m. star, bust C, B&B 45-O1/R1; N.2034; S.2603, toned, some surface porosity, good portrait,
VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Half Groat

Ref 31/64Price £225.00

Wt. 1.05g., second issue, i.m. martlet, bust 1G, beaded circles, BC 1, 1G; N.1987; S.2557, a scarce initial mark,
VF

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Halfpenny

Ref 31/64Price £100.00

(b) Wt. 0.28g., mm. tun, portcullis, rev. cross and pellets, N.2018; S.2581
VF

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