Henry VI Silver Groat of Fourpence, Pinecone- mascle issue, 1431-32/3
Calais Mint, mint mark cross crosslet/ cross pattee
Obverse: Facing crowned bust of the King, within double tressure of nine arcs, fleurs on six cusps, with beaded circles and legend surrounding, pinecone stops with mascles in legends, + hEnRIC* DI* GRA* REX<> AnGL'* Z* FRAnC,
Reverse: long cross pattee, tri-pellets in each inner angle, beaded circles and double concentric legends surrounding: VIL <>LAxx CALI SIE*, +POSVI* DEVmxx A DIVTOR Ex mEVm
3.8 grams, 28 mm in diameter.
Attractively toned, on a large full size round flan, much as struck, with a superb portrait, Rare in such a high grade for a Medieval silver coin, an all round superb choice example.
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