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What happens if I’m not entirely happy with my purchase?
On bullion products the price of goods are linked to underlying metal prices or financial markets and all sales are final, there are no refunds or exchanges. There is no statutory right to return or cancel an order once placed under the Financial Services (Distance Marketing) Regulations 2004 or Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013.
However, for non-bullion items, should you be unhappy with your purchase or it is in any way not as described we will accept refunds within 14 days of you receiving your item(s). If uncertain about a purchase, we encourage our clients to ask any questions beforehand so as to minimise the time our valuable coins spend in transit.
Henry VII Sovereign type Penny York, Archbishop Rotherham
Henry VII (1485-1509), silver Penny, Sovereign type, York Mint, issued under Archbishop Rotherham, facing seated figure of King on throne with orb and sceptre , one pillar of throne visible, Latin legend and beaded border surrounding, trefoil stops, hEnRICx DIx GRAx REXx ANG' rev. long cross fourchee over quartered shield of arms, key either side of bottom, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, CIVI TAS EBO RACI, weight 0.81g (N.1728; S.2236). Toned, weak in one part of legend both sides, good very fine.
The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse "Henry, by the Grace of God, King of England" and on the reverse "City of York."