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Henry VIII Sovereign type Penny

Henry VIII (1509-47), silver Penny, second coinage (1526-44), Sovereign type, Durham Mint, ecclesiastical issue under Bishop Thomas Wolsey, facing seated figure of King on throne with orb and sceptre, two pillars of throne visible, Latin legend and beaded border surrounding, initial mark trefoil (1526-29) both sides, .:h'x D'x G'x ROSA'x SIE'x SPIA'x, rev. long cross fourchee over quartered shield of arms, T to left, W to right, hat a bottom, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, .:CIVI TAS DVR RAm, weight 0.64g (N.1811; S.2352). Lightly toned, a few rim nicks and weak in parts, otherwise very fine with a decent portrait.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse "Henry, by the Grace of God, a rose without a thorn" and on the reverse "City of Durham."

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