Other Hammered Coins 

Edward IV Groat, London, Light Coinage, 1464-70

Obv: Initial mark sun, quatrefoils by neck. Trefoils on cusps of tressure.

Rev: IM: sun. Inner legend: CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint.

£45

Ref # 1577-1181


Henry VI, 1st Reign, Groat, Calais
ex Reigate Hoard

Annulet issue 1422-1427. Obv: Crowned facing bust in tressure of arches; HENRIC' DI' GRA' REX ANGLIE Z FRANC

Rev: VILLA CALISIE, double saltire stops, POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM 

Near Fine, toned, ex 1990 Reigate Hoard (closed after 1455 likely during the War of the Roses),
Ex: Glendining & Co, 8 December 1992
Ex: VAuctions 237, lot 228

£95

Ref # 1829-1319


Henry V Penny, York, c.1420

Obverse legend possibly reads HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL. - Mullet to LH side of crown.

Reverse legend: CIVITAS EBORACI. York mint.

Worn dies on obverse, strong strike to most of reverse.

Spink 1788.

£25


Ref # 1507-1146

Edward III, Half Groat, London

Obv: Legend with french title. Mullets on shoulders and either side of crown. IM: cross 4

Weight: 2.20 gm


RESERVED

£45


Ref # 1508-1147

Henry V halfpenny, c. 1420

Initial mark pierced cross, annulet and trefoil by crown.

Weight: 0.44 gm

Ref: Spink 1795

£19

SOLD

Ref # 1661-1217

Charles I (1625-1649), Tower mint, Halfcrown, c. 1639

Gp III, mm. triangle, cloak flies from shoulder.

DNW auction 13/03/18 pt lot 71, ex Dr John Hulett, bt F.J. Rist July 2011

Ref: Spink 2775.

£85

SOLD

Ref # 2227-4053