The North Yorkshire Moors Collection of British Coins & Tokens formed by Marvin Lessen

To be Sold on: 29th January 2020

Estimate: £100 - £150

Sold for: £400

Henry VII (1485-1509), Facing Bust issue, Second period, Groat, class IVa, mm. greyhound’s head (no.2) on obv., rose on rev., crown with single arch of 4 crockets, reads agli z fr, double saltires before civi, saltire before lon and after don, 2.79g/8h (P & W IVa, cross-end 9; cf. SCBI Ashmolean 413 obv.; N 1706a; S 2200). Good fine, a very rare combination of marks for the class, not represented in Shuttlewood £100-£150

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Henry VII (1485-1509), Facing Bust issue, Second period, Groat, class IVa, mm. greyhound’s head (no.2) on obv., rose on rev., crown with single arch of 4 crockets, reads agli z fr, double saltires before civi, saltire before lon and after don, 2.79g/8h (P & W IVa, cross-end 9; cf. SCBI Ashmolean 413 obv.; N 1706a; S 2200). Good fine, a very rare combination of marks for the class, not represented in Shuttlewood £100-£150
Provenance: H.M. Lingford Collection; R. Carlyon-Britton Collection (13255/XIV/806); bt Seaby August 1964