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Anglo Gallic, Henry VI Salut d'Or Chalons mint, mintmark crescent

Henry VI, King of England and France (1422-53), gold Salut D'Or, Chalons sur Marne Mint, second issue from 6th September 1423, standing figures of Virgin Mary and Angel Gabriel behind shields of France and England, sun rays above, AVE on scroll upwards between, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, initial mark crescent, hEHRICVS: DEI: GRA: FRACORV: Z: AGLIE: REX, rev. Latin cross, lis to left, large lion to right, h below, tressure of ten arcs surrounding, lis on each cusp, Latin legend and beaded border surrounding, initial mark fleur de lis, mullet stops, XPC'*VIHCIT* XPC'* REGHAT* XPC'* ImPERAT, weight 3.45g (Elias 267 R3; SCH 99; AGC 382; S.8164). One small rim split, some light creasing with surface marks and light pitting, a bold very fine and extremely rare.

The Latin legends translate as on obverse "Henry by the Grace of God King of France and England" and on reverse "Christ reigns, Christ conquers, Christ commands."

The mint mark crescent is indicative of the Chalons Mint of which only one pair of dies were utilised to strike these coins.

Provenance:

Ex A. H. Baldwin, Fixed Price List, Summer 2014, item GAL003.

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