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BM02842

Henry VII gold Angel, class IV / V mule

Henry VII (1485-1509), gold Angel of six shillings and eight pence, type IV/V, St Michael slaying dragon, beaded circle and Latin legend surrounding, initial mark crosslet (1504-05) both sides, over greyhound head on obverse, saltire stops and abbreviated Latin legend both sides hEnRIC'xx DI'xx GRA'x REXx AnGLIE' xZx FRA'x rev. ship sailing right, quartered shield upon hull, cross above, h to left, rose to right, PER CRVCE'x TVA'x SALVAx nOSx XPE'x REDE', weight 5.16g (cf.Schneider 539; N.1698; S.2186/2187). Toned, weak in parts, a bold very fine, an unusual mule between the classes.

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

Provenance:

Ex L. A. Lawrence, Glendining, 17th May 1950, lot 102

Ex Spink Coin Auction 54, 20th June 1986, lot 558

Ex Clarendon Collection, part one, Bonhams, 28th March 2006, lot 704.

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