HENRY V GOLD NOBLE, CLASS C, MS62

HENRY V GOLD NOBLE, CLASS C, MS62

Code: 10784

£18,500.00
 

Henry V Gold Noble of Six Shillings and Eight Pence
London mint, (1413-1422). 
Class C.
Obverse: king standing facing in ship, holding an upright sword and quartered shield, mullet by sword arm, broken annulet on side of ship, all within beaded and linear tressure, with Latin legend surrounding: ҺЄnRIC’ ˣ DI’ ˣ GRΛ’ RЄX ΛnGL’ Z ˣ FRΛnC’ ˣ DnS ҺYB’
Reverse: Ornamented cross with lis terminals and H within the centre, crowns over lions over trefoils in quarters, all within beaded and linear tressure, with Latin legend surrounding: ⧾ Ih’C ˣ ΛVTЄm ⁑ TRΛnSIЄnS ⁑ PЄR ⁑ mЄDIV' ˣ ILLORV ˣ IBΛT
Schneider I, 232; North 1371; S. 1742.
 6.89 grams, 32 mm in diameter.
A superb specimen, much as struck and very rare, with beautiful original lustrous surfaces.

Has been graded and slabbed by NGC AS MS 62.
NGC Certification number: 6321639-004.