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|Hammered Gold Noble of Henry VI|
The gold noble was first issued in 1344 under King Edward III. It was valued at 6/8, six shillings and eight pence, which is one third of a pound, or half a mark, the mark being a unit of exchange. They were last issued in 1464 during the first reign of Edward IV.
King standing facing in ship, with sword and shield.
HENRIC VI GRA REX ANGLO FRANC DNS HIB
"h" in centre of royal cross within a circle of eight tressures, crowned lions in the four angles.
IHC AUT TRANSIENS PER MEDIUM ILLORU IBAT
Seaby catalogue #1799
Our specimen is ex Pulham hoard.
Really good VF, except for some scratching and gouges at about 3 and 9 o'clock, particularly on the reverse, may have been mounted as brooch.
Price & Availability
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|Henry VI Gold Noble, good VF||Sold||£750||$1,235|
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