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

To be Sold on: 29th January 2020

Estimate: £80 - £100

Henry VII (1485-1509), Facing Bust issue, Second period, Halfgroat, class IIIc, Canterbury, King and Abp Thomas Morton jointly, mm. tun, crown with inner arch plain, no stops, no marks by neck, reads angl, 1.51g/7h (P & W III, Gp C, var. 8; SCBI Ashmolean 588ff; N 1712; S 2211). Die flaw to left of crown, very fine, light grey tone £80-£100

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Henry VII (1485-1509), Facing Bust issue, Second period, Halfgroat, class IIIc, Canterbury, King and Abp Thomas Morton jointly, mm. tun, crown with inner arch plain, no stops, no marks by neck, reads angl, 1.51g/7h (P & W III, Gp C, var. 8; SCBI Ashmolean 588ff; N 1712; S 2211). Die flaw to left of crown, very fine, light grey tone £80-£100
Provenance: Bt J. Linzalone August 1995