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Auction: 20005 - The Stratos Sale of Spectacular English Gold Coins
Lot: 8

Edward IV, First Reign (1461-1470), Half-Ryal, 'Light Coinage', Type VII, struck AD 1466-1467, Tower, ED | WARD * DI * GRA * REX * ANGL * S * FRANC, trefoil stops, King standing in ship, holding sword and shield, Ros on planking, E on standard above stern, ropes 3/1, ornaments 1-|-1, quatrefoils 3/3, rev. DOMINE * NE * IN FVRORE * TVO * ARGVAS ME, rose-upon-radiate sun over floriate cross, crowned leopards in angles, 3.81g, 6h, i.m. crown (Blunt & Whitton VII; cf. Schneider I, 383; Isladulcie 88; N.1554; Spink 1959), bright surfaces from past cleaning and edges made round with occasional roughness, a dig in centre of flan and scuffing in reverse quarter, otherwise a bolder very fine, a rare survivor in spite of issues

From the Quinn Collection
Purchased Spink, 3 June 1991 - £395

NGC AU-Details ~ Obverse Damaged, Cleaned (Certification #5879376-004)

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