The North Yorkshire Moors Collection of British Coins & Tokens formed by Marvin Lessen (29 January 2020)

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Date of Auction: 29th January 2020

Sold for £110

Estimate: £50 - £70

Henry VII (1485-1509), Facing Bust issue, Second period, Pennies (3), all Sovereign type, Durham (2), Bp John Sherwood, no mm., ds by shield, single pillar at left, crozier at right, 0.72g/11h (Allen 2; Allen DM 194; P & W IIb; SCBI Ashmolean 725ff; N 1730; S 2231), Bp Richard Fox, no mm, rd by shield, mitre above, two single pillars, rosette ornaments, 0.63g/12h (Allen 3v; Allen DM 201; P & W IIIb; SCBI Ashmolean 756ff; N 1731; S 2234); York, Abp Thomas Rotherham, keys below shield, two single pillars, broken lis ornaments, 0.68g/12h (Allen 3v; P & W IIIb; SCBI Ashmolean 714ff; N 1729; S 2238) [3]. Last good fine and toned, others fine, second cracked £50-£70

Footnote

Provenance: First bt Baldwin July 1980; second bt Baldwin October 1973; last SCMB July 1966 (H 3451)