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Henry VII Halfgroat Canterbury

Henry VII (1485-1509), silver Half-Groat, type IIIc, Canterbury Mint, issued jointly with Archbishop Morton, facing crowned bust in double tressure of seven arcs, double arched crown, beaded circle and Latin legend surrounding, initial mark tun (1493-99) both sides, no stops in legend, hEnRIC DI' GRA REX AnGL Z F, rev. long cross pattee, tri-pellets in each inner angle, beaded circles and twin concentric legend surrounding, inner legend CIVI TAS CAn TOR, outer legend POSVI DEV' A DIVTO E mEV, weight 1.43g (N.1712; S.2199). Toned with some old deposit embedded on reverse, otherwise good very fine.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse, "Henry, by the grace of God, King of England and France." and on the reverse inner legend "City of Canterbury" and the outer as "I have made God my helper" a Psalm from the Bible.

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