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Henry VI Blanc aux Ecus Nevers

Anglo-Gallic, Henry VI (1422-53), silver Grand Blanc of Ten Pence, Nevers Mint, shield of France and English Royal Arms, hERICVS above with abbreviation mark over E, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, initial mark mullet, FRANCORVm: ET: ANGLIE: REX, triple pellet stops, rev. Latin cross, lis to left, lion to right, hERICVS below with abbreviation mark over E, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, initial mark mullet, SIT: NOMEN: DnI: BENEDICTV, weight 3.04g (Elias 286; AGC 404A dies 2/c; S.8166). Toned very fine and rare.

The Latin legends translate as "Henry, King of France and England" on the obverse, and on the reverse "Blessed be the name of the Lord," taken from the Bible.

Provenance:

Ex Lionel M Hewlett, collection dispersed from 1922.

Ex Richard Cyril Lockett, part III Continental coins, Glendining, 29th February 1956, lot 304 part.

Ex Lord Stewartby Collection.

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