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1413-1422 Henry V Hammered Gold Quarter Noble Pierced Cross Mintmark

1413-1422 Henry V Quarter Noble MM Pierced Cross Obverse

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A collectable and desirable gold Quarter Noble of king Henry the Fifth with a Pierced Cross mint mark, telling us that this coin was struck at the Tower mint of London. Henry V’s reign was short (1413 to 1422) but he’s noted for his military success, immortalised in Shakespeare’s Henry plays. The obverse of this gold coin features a central shield of royal arms with lis above, quatrefoils either side and a mullet below the right quatrefoil. This motif is enclosed within a tressure of arcs with annulets at the cusps, all within a beaded circle. The reverse shows a small lis at the centre of an ornate cross, terminating in lis. Trefoils and lions appear in the terminals. As on the obverse the design is enclosed within a double tressure of arcs, itself within a beaded circle. The legend, translated, reads ‘He shall be exalted in glory’. This highly graded example is an incredible collectors piece, a brilliant addition to any serious collection. Spink 1755, North 1382, Schneider 224.
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Obverse

Class C. Central shield of royal arms with lis above, quatrefoils either side, mullet to bottom right of shield. Double treasure of eight arcs with annulets at the cusps within a beaded circle. Pierced Cross mint mark. Legend: 'HENRIC x DI x GRA x REX x ANG x Z x F x'.

Reverse

Lis in the centre of ornate cross which itself terminates in lis. Trefoils and lions in the angles within double tressure all within a beaded circle. Mint mark: Pierced Cross. Legend: 'EXALABITVR xx IN xx GLORIA'.

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