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Henry VI Penny Annulet issue London

Henry VI, first reign (1422-61), silver Penny, London Mint, annulet issue (1422-30), facing crowned portrait, beaded circles and legend surrounding, initial mark plain cross, hEnRICVSxx REXxx AnGLIE, rev. long cross pattee, trio of pellets in each angle, annulet at centre of two opposing trios, CIVI TASx LOn DOnxx, weight 0.88g (N.1431; S.1844). Dark tone, slight ghosting of reverse cross onto obverse, otherwise good very fine.

The Latin legends translate as "Henry, King of the English" on the obverse, and on the reverse "City of London."

Provenance:

Ex Mark Freehill Collection, Noble Numismatics, Auction 122, 19-21st November 2019, lot 2828.

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