Coins of Medieval Britain and England for Sale
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Richard the Lionheart!

Crusader France & Britain. Richard I the Lionheart.
As Duke of Aquitaine, 1172-1189. Silver denier, Bordeaux mint. Cross pattee, +RICARDVS-W / Crusader cross pattee, +AQVITANIE, small cross above. 17.9 mm, 0.62 g. ref: Elias 4; Poey d'Avant 2768. Fine. Ex Seltman, bought 10/16/83. #CM2226: $299



Crusader France & Britain. Richard I the Lionheart, 1189-1199 AD. Silver denier, Poitou mint. Cross pattée; annulet in fourth quarter / PIC/TAVIE/NSIS in three lines. 17.5mm, 0.65 g. ref: SCBC 8008; Elias 8g. VF, toned. From the R.D. Frederick Collection; Ex Gemini IX (8 January 2012), lot 581; ex-CNG. #CM2286: $375

Medieval England. Richard I "Lionheart" Silver Penny. London mint, struck 1189-1199 AD, moneyer Stivene. Crowned bust facing, hEN]RICVS RE[X / Short cross, +STIVENE•ON•LVN. 18.5mm, 1.03g. ref: Spink 1346. Scarce! #CM2330: $275
Bad King John!

Plantagenets. King John, 1199-1216 AD. Silver penny. Short Cross type, class 5b. London mint; Ilger, moneyer. Crowned bust facing, holding scepter / ILGER ON LVND, Short cross with quatrefoils in quarters. 18.5 mm, 1.34g. ref: SCBC 1351. Slightly crimped in antiquity (likely intentional), near-black tone with lighter areas. #CM2336: $350

Plantagenets. King John, 1199-1216 AD. Silver Penny, Short Cross type, class 5c, London mint. Cut penny, used to make change! Crowned facing bust, holding scepter, hENRICVS REX / Short cross with quatrefoils in each angle, WALTER ON LVN. 19x9 mm, 0.65 g. ref: Seaby 1352. #CM2314: $135
King Edward I


Great Britain. Plantagenets. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. Silver penny, class 3c, London mint. Struck 1280-1281 AD. Crowned bust of Edward I facing within circle of pellets, cross above, EDWRD ANGL DNS HYB / Long cross dividing legend into quarters, three pellets in each quadrant, CIVITAS LONDON. 19 mm, 1.35 g. ref: SCBI 39 (North), 96; North 1018; SCBC 1389. VF, lightly toned. Excellent! #CM2156: $350



Great Britain. Plantagenets. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. Silver penny, London mint. Crowned bust of Edward I facing within circle of pellets, cross above, EDWRD ANGL DNS HYB / Long cross dividing legend into quarters, three pellets in each quadrant, CIVITAS LONDON. 19 mm, 1.30 g. ref: Seaby 1382. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CM2115: $199

Great Britain. Plantagenets. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. Silver penny, class 3c, London mint. Struck 1280-1281 AD. Crowned bust of Edward I facing within circle of pellets, cross above, EDWRD ANGL DNS HYB / Long cross dividing legend into quarters, three pellets in each quadrant, CIVITAS LONDON. 17 mm, 1.00 g. ref: SCBI 39, 96; North 1018; SCBC 1389. #CM2231: $75

Great Britain. Plantagenets. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. Silver penny, class 9b1, York mint. Crowned bust of Edward I facing within circle of pellets, cross above, EDWRD ANGL DNS HYB / Long cross dividing legend into quarters, three pellets in each quadrant, CIVITAS EBORACI. 19 mm, 1.01 g. ref: Spink # 1408. North 1037/1. Nicer than photo! #CM2234: $125
King Edward II
Great Britain. Plantagenets. Edward II, 1307-1327 AD. Silver penny, class 11a2, London mint. Crowned bust of Edward I facing within circle of pellets, cross above, EDWRD ANGL DNS HYB / Long cross dividing legend into quarters, three pellets in each quadrant, CIVITAS LONDON. 19 mm, 1.07 g. Cracked flan. ref: Spink # 1455. North 1060/2. #CM2239: $65

Queen Elizabeth


House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. Large Hammered silver shilling, Second issue, struck 1560-1561. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, "ELIZAB DG ANG FR ET HIB REGI" / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), "POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV". ref: Spink 2555. 30 mm, 5.85 g. #CM2128: $299

House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. Silver sixpence. Third issue. London mint, dated 1564. Mintmark: pheon. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind, ELIZABETH D G ANG FRA ET HIB REGINA / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM; date 1564 above. 23.3 mm, 2.22 g. ref: North 1997; SCBC 2561. Toned Fine. Nice portrait! #CM2317: $275

King Henry VI


Medieval England, House of Lancaster. Henry VI. First reign, 1422-1461 AD. Silver Halfpenny. Annulet issue, London mint. Struck 1422-1430 AD. His crowned facing bust, HENRIC’ REX ANGL’ / Long cross; three pellets in quarters, double saltire stops, annulets in 2nd and 3rd quarters, VIL LA CAL IS’. 14mm, 0.44 g. ref: North 1434; SCBC 1848. VF, toned. ex-CNG. #CM2225: $225


King Henry V
Great Britain. Lancastrians. Henry V, 1413-1422 AD. Silver penny, York mint. Crowned bust of Henry V facing within circle of pellets. Mullet to both left and right of crown / Cross with Quatrefoil in center dividing legend into quarters, three pellets in each quadrant. 14 mm, 0.40 g. ref: Spink # 1790. North 1404. Edges clipped in antiquity. A rare type! #CM2230: $99 SOLD
King Henry III

Medieval England. Plantagenets. Henry III, 1216-1272 AD. Silver Penny, Long cross, class IIIc. Bury St. Edmunds mint. His crowned facing bust, HENRICUS REX IIP / [moneyers name] S EDMVN, short voided cross with trefoils. ref: Seaby SE1364, North 988. 18 mm, 1.42 g. From my own personal collection. #CM2268: $135

Great Britain. Charles I (1625-1649 AD). Copper "rose" farthing. Rose with double-arched crown above, FRAN : ET · HIB : REX / Crown with double arch; crossed scepters through the crown, CAROLVS · D : G MAG BRIT. 13 mm, 0.75 g. Lovely coppery tone. ref: Spink 3201-3205; Peck 288-326; Montagu 5-6. #CM2331: $125


Medieval England, c. 15th Century AD. Time of the Lancastrians through Tudors. Neat Medieval iron buckle with original leather strap! Rectangular in shape with two small rivets holding the leather in place. 2 1/4" x 1 7/8" (5.7 x 4.8 cm). Well-preserved and stable. Ex Los Angeles private collection. #AM2074: $275

Great Britain. George III, 1787-1820. Silver Sixpence, dated 1787, Engraved "ET”. His laureate, draped bust right, GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around rayed Garter star, M B F ET H REX F D B ET L D S R I A T ET E 1787. Engraved "ET" by an early owner of the coin! Perhaps an individual’s initials. Nice portrait, light cabinet tone. 21.5 mm, 2.94 g. #CM2315: $99

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House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I. Third/Fourth Issue silver sixpence. Dated 1563 (over 2) AD. Elizabeth's bust left with rose behind / Long cross over coat-of-arms arms with date above. Mintmark "Pheon." ref: S. 2561; N. 1997. Ex-Timeline Galleries, London. 26 mm, 3.02 g. Excellent portrait!!! #elz4112: $325
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House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I. Silver sixth Issue shilling, struck 1584-1595 AD. Elizabeth's bust left / Long cross over coat-of-arms arms with date above. Mintmark "Escallop." Fine. ref: S. 2577; N. 2014. Ex-Timeline Galleries, London. Huge 31 mm, 5.97 grams! #elz2171: $299
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House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I. Silver shilling, struck 1584-1595 AD. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left / Shield with Royal coat-of-arms. 15 mm, 0.59 g.Excellent detail on her portrait! A very nice little coin. #1277: $150
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Crusader Britain. Richard I the Lionheart!
Count of Poitou and Duke of Aquitaine 1172-1185 AD, King of England 1189-1199 AD. Silver denier, Bordeaux mint. Cross pattee, +RICARDVS in two lines across field, cross above, W below / Crusader cross, AQVITANIE, cross above. ref: Elias 6. 18 mm, 0.73 g. Excellent detail! A wonderful coin. #CM2042x2: $325
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Crusader France & Britain. Richard I the Lionheart.
As Duke of Aquitaine, 1172-1189. Silver denier, Bordeaux mint. Cross pattee, +RICARDVS-w / Crusader cross, +AGVITANIE, small cross above. 18 mm, 0.81 g. ref: Elias 4; Poey d'Avant 2768. Excellent! From my own personal collection. #GVCM2062: $350
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Crusader France & Britain. Richard I the Lionheart. Count of Poitou and Duke of Aquitaine 1172-1185 AD, King of England 1189-1199 AD. Silver denier, Melle mint (Deux-Sevres). Cross pattee, +RICARDVS REX / PICTAVIENSIS in three lines across field. ref: Elias 8. 19 mm, 1.00 g. Great cabinet-tone with nice contrast. Well-centered. Ex-Spanish collection. #CM2102: $299 SOLD


Crusader Britain. Richard I the Lionheart.
Count of Poitou and Duke of Aquitaine 1172-1185 AD, King of England 1189-1199 AD. Silver denier, Melle mint (Deux-Sevres). Cross pattee, +RICARDVS REX / PICTAVIENSIS in three lines across field. ref: Elias 8. 20 mm, 0.85 g. Glossy almost black patina with nice highlights. Well-centered. #CM2041: $250
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Crusader France & Britain. Richard I the Lionheart. As Duke of Aquitaine, 1172-1189. Silver denier, Bordeaux mint. Cross pattee, +RICARDVS-w / Crusader cross, +AGVITANIE, small cross above. 18.5 mm, 0.89 g. ref: Elias 4; Poey d'Avant 2768. Lovely VF, nicely centered. ex-Jonathan Kern #CM2104: $275 SOLD


Crusader France & Britain. Richard I the Lionheart.
As Duke of Aquitaine, 1172-1189. Silver denier, Bordeaux mint. Cross pattee, +RICARDVS-w / Crusader cross, +AGVITANIE, small cross above. 19 mm, 0.74 g. ref: Elias 4; Poey d'Avant 2768. Near VF, lightly toned. #CM2068: $299
SOLD - Alternate available!



House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. Large Hammered silver Shilling, Sixth (North Third) issue. London mint, Struck 1582-1583. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, "ELIZAB DG ANG FR ET HIB REGI" / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), "POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV". Mintmark: Bell. 31mm, 5.80 g. ref: North 2014; SCBC 2577. Fine, toned. Well centered, nice portrait. From the Michael Joffre Collection; ex-CNG. #CM2146: $325 SOLD


Great Britain. Plantagenets. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. Silver penny, class 3b, Canterbury mint. Struck 1280-1281 AD. Crowned bust of Edward I facing within circle of pellets, cross above, EDWRD ANGL DNS HYB / Long cross dividing legend into quarters, three pellets in each quadrant, CIVITAS CANTER. 19 mm, 1.37 g. ref: SCBI 39 (North), 84; North 1017; SCBC 1419. Good VF, toned. ex-CNG. Great portrait. #CM2155: $325
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House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. Hammered silver sixpence. Third-Fourth (North Second) issues. London mint, Dated 1574. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind, "ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HI REGINA" / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), date above, "POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM". Mintmark: eglantine. 25mm, 2.65 g. ref: North 1997; SCBC 2563. Good Fine. Well centered, incredible portrait! From the Michael Joffre Collection; ex-CNG. #CM2145: $375 SOLD

House of Tudor. Henry VIII (1509-1547 AD). Large silver Groat. Second coinage. Tower (London) mint; mintmark: fleur-de-lis. Struck 1538-1541 AD. Crowned & draped bust of Henry VIII right, hENRIC'· VIII'·D'·G'·R'·AGL'·Z·FRAnC' / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée, with saltire in forks, POSVI-DEV'·A-DIVTORE'·MEV. 25mm, 2.49 g. ref: North 1797; SCBC 2337E. Near EF, toned, marks. ex-CNG. Nice! #CM2301: $475 SOLD

Medieval England. Richard I "Lionheart" Silver Penny. London mint, struck 1189-1199 AD, moneyer Stivene. Crowned bust facing, hEN]RICVS RE[X / Short cross, +STIVENE•ON•LVN. 19mm, 1.38g. ref: Spink 1346. Scarce! #CM2261: $199 SOLD


House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I. Third/Fourth Issue silver sixpence. Dated 1563 (over 2) AD. Elizabeth's bust left with rose behind / Long cross over coat-of-arms arms with date above. Mintmark "Pheon." ref: S. 2561; N. 1997. Ex-Timeline Galleries, London. 26 mm, 2.92 g. #elz4111: $150
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House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I. Silver sixpence, minted 1589. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind,
"ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HIB REGINA"
Shield with arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis),
"POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM"
26 mm, 2.96 g. Excellent silver! Great coin. Ex-Frank S Robinson collection. #3290: $225
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Edward I "Longshanks" of England
1279 - 1307 AD. Silver penny
obv: Facing bust of King Edward
rev: Long cross with three pellets in each quadrant.
#656: $75 SOLD

House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I.
Silver threepence, dated 1573.
Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind,
"ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HIB REGINA"
Shield with arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis),
"POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM 1573"
19 mm, 1.44 g. Great grey cabinet tone. #06685: $325
SOLD


House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I.
Silver sixpence, dated 1594.
Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind,
"ELIZAB DG ANG FR ET HIB REGI"
Shield with arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis),
"POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM 1554"
26 mm, 2.72 g. Magnificent example! #76100: $375
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House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I. Hammered silver sixpence, dated 1569. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, "ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HIB REGINA", Mint mark coronet above / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), date above, "POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM". Intermediate bust, Third and Fourth coinage. Spink ref #2562. 26 mm, 2.58 g. #CM2085: $225 SOLD

House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I. Large silver sixth-issue shilling struck 1587-1589 AD. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, "ELIZAB DG ANG FR ET HIB REGI", crescent mint mark above / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), "POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM". Big 31 mm, 5.88 g. Excellent cabinet tone. #CM2086: $375 SOLD

House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. Hammered silver half groat, London mint. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind, ROSA SINE SPINA ER / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), CIVITAS LONDON. ref: S2579. 17 mm, 0.85 g. ex-Frank S. Robinson. #CM2105: $125 SOLD

House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. Hammered silver sixpence, dated 1578/7. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind, "ELIZAB DG ANG FR ET HIB REGINA" / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), date above, "POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM". Well centered, visible portrait. Light scratches otherwise quite nice. 26 mm, 2.50 g. Nice patina, terrible photo! ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CM2116: $250
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RARE Richard the Lionheart Portrait Coin!

England. Richard I. 1189-1199. RARE silver penny, portrait type! Short Cross type, class IVb. Canterbury mint. Uncertain moneyer. Crowned facing bust, holding scepter / Voided cross, with four pellets in angles. 17 mm, 1.06 g. ref: North 966; SCBC 1348B. aFine. #CM2196: $399 SOLD

Great Britain. Plantagenets. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. Silver penny, London mint. Crowned bust of Edward I facing within circle of pellets, cross above, EDWRD ANGL DNS HYB / Long cross dividing legend into quarters, three pellets in each quadrant, CIVITAS LONDON. 20 mm, 1.26 g. ref: Seaby 1382. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. Nice contrast, coin nicer than photo! #CM2185: $150 SOLD

King Henry VIII


House of Tudor. Henry VIII (1509-1547 AD). Large silver Groat. Second coinage. Tower (London) mint; mintmark: rose. Struck 1526-1544 AD. Crowned & draped bust of Henry VIII right, hENRIC'· VIII'·D'I·G'·R'·AGL'·Z·FRAnC' / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée, POSVI-DEV'·A DIVTORE'·MEV. 24mm, 2.31 g. ref: North 1797; SCBC 2337E. VF, toned, old light scratches on reverse under tone. Awesome portrait! #CM2205: $425 SOLD



House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. Hammered silver sixpence, Fifth issue, dated 1592 AD. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, "ELIZAB DG ANG FR ET HIB REGI" / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), "POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV". 26 mm, 3.01 g. ref: Spink 2578A. Toned, Fine+ with great portrait! #CM2159: $325
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Plantagenets. King John, 1199-1216 AD. Silver Penny. Short Cross type, class Vb1/Va2, London mint; Fulke, moneyer. Struck in the name and types of Henry II, 1205. Crowned facing bust, holding scepter / + FVLKE • ON • LVND, voided short cross; quatrefoils in angles. 18mm, 1.25 g. Cf. SCBI 56 (Mass), 1257; North 970bi/969aii; SCBC 1350C. VF, toned, holed to be used as jewelry in antiquity! From the R.D. Frederick Collection, ex-CNG. #CM2285: $450 SOLD

House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I of England. Silver sixpence, minted 1573 AD. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind, "ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HIB REGINA" Shield with arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis),
"POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM"
Holed in antiquity to be worn as jewelry. 2.99g, 25mm. #413: $125
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House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I of England
Silver sixpence, minted 1571 AD
Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind,
"ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HIB REGINA"
Shield with arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis),
"POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM"
Good silver and surfaces. 2.42g, 25mm. #412:
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Great Britain. House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I.
Silver sixpence struck 1595.
Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind,
"ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HIB REGINA"
Shield with arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis),
"POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM 1595"
26 mm, 2.34 g. Slightly wavy flan. Nice but worn coin, washed out photo. ref: CE 2596. ex-Guildcraft 1992. #MLV023: $125
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King James

Great Britain. James I, 1603-1625 AD. Large silver shilling,
struck c. 1604-1619. Crowned bust of James rt., XII behind, IACOBVS D G MAG BRIT FRA ET HI REX / Royal coat of arms with Scottish rampant lion and Irish harp, QVAE DEVS CONIVNXIT NEMO SEPARET. Large 32 mm, 5.75 g. ex-Guildcraft 1992. Magnificent! #MLV048: $375
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Crusader France & Britain. Richard I the Lionheart. As Duke of Aquitaine, 1172-1189. Silver denier, Bordeaux mint. Cross pattee, +RICARDVS-w / Crusader cross, +AGVITANIE, small cross above. Nice detail, well-centered. ref: Elias 4. 18 mm, 0.78 g. ex-Civrac. The nicest I've ever had! #CM2099x2: $399 SOLD

House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I. Hammered silver sixpence, dated 1567. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, "ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HIB REGINA", Mint mark coronet above / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), date above, "POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM". 27 mm, 2.97 g. Third and fourth issue. Excellent portrait! Nice cabinet tone. #CM2087: $375 SOLD


House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I. Hammered silver three pence, dated 1582. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, rose behind, "ELIZAB DG ANG FR ET HIB REGI", sword mintmark / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), date above, "POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM". Fifth issue. Nice coin with a strong portrait. Spink ref #2573. 18 mm, 1.30 g. #CM2084: $225 SOLD


King Edward I

Great Britain. Plantagenets. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. Silver penny, Canterbury mint. Crowned bust of Edward I facing within circle of pellets, EDW R ANGL DNS HYB / Long cross dividing legend into quarters, trefoil in each quarter of inner circle, CIVITAS CANTOR. ref: S1419. 20 mm, 1.36 g. #CM2090: $275 SOLD
King Henry III

Great Britain. Plantagenets. Henry III, 1216-1272 AD. Silver penny, Moneyer Nicole, Canterbury mint. Crowned head of Henry III facing, HENRICVS REX III / Long cross with three pellets in each quadrant, NICOLE ON CANT. ref: Seaby 1368. Bold detail, strong portrait. 18 mm, 1.46 g. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CM2114: $275 SOLD

Crusader France & Britain. Richard I the Lionheart.
As Duke of Aquitaine, 1172-1189. Silver denier, Bordeaux mint. Cross pattee, +RICARDVS-w / Crusader cross pattee, +AGVITANIE, small cross above. 18 mm, 0.73 g. ref: Elias 4; Poey d'Avant 2768. Near VF, lightly toned. ex- M. Julien collection, Angliers, France. #CM2147: $299
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Crusader France & Britain. Richard I the Lionheart. Count of Poitou and Duke of Aquitaine 1172-1185 AD, King of England 1189-1199 AD. Silver denier, Melle mint (Deux-Sevres). PICTAVIENSIS in three lines / Crusader cross pattee, +RICARDVS REP. ref: Elias 8. 19 mm, 1.05 g. Great cabinet-tone with nice contrast. Well-centered. #CM2157: $350 SOLD


House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. Large Hammered silver shilling, Second (North First) issue. London mint, struck 1560-1561. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, "ELIZABETH DG ANG FRA ET HI REGINA" / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), "POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV". Mintmark: cross crosslet. 32mm, 6.44 g. ref: North 1985; SCBC 2555. Good Fine, lightly toned. Well centered, nice portrait. From the Michael Joffre Collection; ex-CNG. #CM2144: $325 SOLD



House of Tudor. Queen Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. Large Hammered silver shilling, 5th issue. London mint, struck 1594-1596. Crowned bust of Elizabeth left, "ELIZAB DG ANG FR ET HIB REGI" / Shield with large cross and coat of arms (passant lions and fleur-de-lis), "POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV". Mintmark: woolpack. 32 mm, 5.64 g. ref: Sp-2577. Broad-flan, F/VF with bold legends, nicely toned all over. ex-Frank S. Robinson. #NAV134: $325 SOLD

King Henry VIII


House of Tudor. Henry VIII (1509-1547 AD). Large silver Groat. Second coinage. Tower (London) mint; mintmark: Arrow. Struck 1526-1544 AD. Crowned & draped bust of Henry VIII right, hENRIC'· VIII'·D'·G'·R'·AGL'·Z·FRAnC' / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée, POSVI-DEV'·A-DIVTORE'·MEV. ref: S-2337E. 25mm, 2.48g. Good Fine. Old collection toning, light scratches.
Awesome portrait!
#CM2246: $475 SOLD