Edward IV, first reign (1461-70), gold Quarter Ryal of two shillings and sixpence, quartered shield, rose to left, sun to right, E above, all within four arc tressure, trefoils in spandrels, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, saltire stops, initial mark long cross fitchee (1469-70) both sides, +EDWARD'x Dix GRAx REXx AnGLx Zx rev. sunburst over cross ends with lis terminals, all within tressure of eight arcs, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, trefoil stops, +EXALTABITVR. In. GLORIA. weight 1.88g (cf.Schneider 416; N.1560; S.1966). Waterworn and a little crimped with associated surface marks, otherwise good fine and the rarest mint mark for the denomination.