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Anglo-Gallic, Henry VI Salut d'Or, Troyes Mint AU55

Regular price £7,500
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Henry VI, King of France (1422-53), gold Salut d'Or, Troyes Mint, initial mark rose both sides, Virgin Mary and Angel stand behind shields of France and England, long rayed sunburst above, AVE on scroll upwards between, hEHRICVS: DEI: GRA: FRACORV: Z: AGLIE: REX, rev. Latin cross with h below, lis to left, lion to right within tressure of ten arcs, lis on cusps, legend with mullet stops surrounding, XPC* VINCIT* XPC* REGNAT* XPC* ImPERAT (AGC 389 dies 1/a; Schneider 130; Elias 273; S.8164). Toned, has been graded and slabbed by NGC as AU55, the first we have handled of this Mint, very rare indeed.

NGC certification 4617893-018.

The Latins 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 rose is indicative of the Troyes Mint located about 150km south east of Paris which surrendered to Charles VII on 10th July 1429.

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