1464-1470 Edward IV Gold Rose Noble Ryal MM Crown
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Light coinage: 1464-1470. King, facing, holding a sword and a shield of arms, standing in a ship at sea. Rose on the side, above the waves, flag at prow, flying an 'E' cuts into legend which reads: 'EDWARD ’x DI x GRA ’x REX x ANGL ’x Z x FRANC x DNS ’ IB'.
Crown mint mark. Central rose on sunburst over cross which terminates in lis. Crowns and lions in the angles, all within linear tressure of eight arcs, fleurs in sprandrels, all within beaded ring. Legend: 'IHC ’x AVT ’x TRANSIENS x PER x MEDIVM x ILLORVM x IBAT'.
GVF - Edge irregular at twelve o’clock, a few minor scuffs, synonymous with being excavated, otherwise strong details and legends for Good Very Fine.
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