Edward IV, first reign (1461-70), gold Half-Ryal of five shillings, light coinage (1464-70), London Tower Mint, type VII, armoured king standing in ship, holding sword and quartered shield, rose on ship's side, flag with E at stern, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, ED WARD.: DI.: GRA.: REX'.: AnGL'.: Z.:F RAnC, rev. rose at centre upon radiate sun over floriated cross with lis terminals, crowns over lions in angles, within linear and beaded tressure of eight arcs, small trefoils in spandrels, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, trefoil stops, initial mark crown (1466-69), DomInE.: nE.: In.: FVRORE AVO' ARGVAS.: mEx, quatrefoil at end of legend, weight 3.85g (Schneider 383-387; N.1554; S.1959). Struck a little short of flan in parts of rim, otherwise good very fine and unusual die variety with quatrefoil at end of reverse legend and with F of FRANC separated from rest of word, rare.