Tag Archive for: Henry VIII

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Coin 091 – GOLD HALF-CROWN (1509-1526), PCGS MS-64+

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2285, N-1794 Second Coinage of 1526-1544. HK uncrowned on obverse to sides of central Tudor rose crowned. Rare as a type (small gold normally circulated till well worn), extraordinarily well preserved…
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Coin 092 – GOLD HALF-SOVEREIGN (1544-1547), PCGS AU-53

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2294, N-1827 Crowned king enthroned, crowned shield on reverse. Pellet in annulet mintmark, variety with annulet on inner circle of reverse. Third coinage of 1544-1547, London.  
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Coin 093 – GOLD HALF-ANGEL (1544-1547), PCGS MS-64

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2302, N-1831 Third Coinage of 1544-1547, no annulet on ship, lis mintmark. A fabulously preserved specimen of this late-reign coinage.  
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Coin 094 – GOLD CROWN OF THE DOUBLE-ROSE (1544-1547), NGC MS-64

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2309, Third Coinage of 1544-1547. Double rose crowned on obverse, royal shield crowned on reverse. Struck at Bristol.  
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Coin 095 – SILVER GROAT (1509-1526), PCGS AU-55

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2316, N-1762 First coinage of 1509-1526. Crowned profile facing right. Portcullis Crowned mintmark, London. This early issue used the portrait of his father (Henry VII) but was struck in Henry VIII's…
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Coin 096 – SILVER GROAT (1544-1547), PCGS AU-55

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2369, N-1844 Third Coinage of 1544-1547. Crowned bearded bust facing slightly right. Lis mintmark, London. Most of these charming little coins perished-were melted-as Henry's money underwent continual…
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Coin 085 – GOLD ANGEL (1509-1526), PCGS MS-62+

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2265, N-1760 First coinage of 1509-1526, London. Portcullis Crowned mintmark.  
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Coin 086 – GOLD HALF-ANGEL (1509-1526), NGC VF-30

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2266, N-1784 First coinage of 1509-1526, London. Crowned portcullis mintmark. Extremely rare denomination. Most of the mintage was heavily used, worn down to almost nothing, and melted in the following…
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Coin 087 – GOLD FINE SOVEREIGN (1526-1544), PCGS MS-63

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2267, N-1782 Crowned king enthroned, Tudor shield of arms on reverse. Lis over sunburst and arrow mintmarks. Second coinage of 1526-1544, London. Very rare. The largest coin of this turbulent reign,…
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Coin 090 – GOLD CROWN OF THE DOUBLE-ROSE (1536-1537), NGC MS-62

Henry VIII, Tudor King, 1509-1547 S-2279, Second Coinage of 1526-1544. Double rose crowned on obverse, royal shield crowned on reverse; royal initials "HI" for Henry and Jane Seymour at sides of the crowned rose. Struck 1526-1529 at …