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Edward IV Second Reign Angel

Edward IV, second reign (1471-83), gold Angel, Tower Mint, London, St Michael killing dragon with lance, one foot on dragon, beaded circle surrounding, initial mark heraldic cinquefoil both sides (1480-83), saltire stops with abbreviated Latin legend both sides, EDWARDx DI'x GRA'x REX'x AnGL xZx FRAnC, rev ship sailing right, quartered shield upon hull, cross above, E to left, rose to right, PER CRVCEmx TVA'x SALVAx nOSx XPC'x REDEmPT, weight 5.05g (Schneider 467-8; N.1626; S.2091). Some slight blundering of legend in striking, otherwise good very fine with an excellent depiction of the Angel and dragon.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse "Edward by the Grace of God, King of England and France and Lord of Ireland"; and on the reverse "By Thy cross, save us, O Christ, our Redeemer".

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