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1480-1483 Edward IV Hammered Gold Angel MM Heraldic Cinquefoil

1480-1483 Edward IV Hammered Gold Angel MM Heraldic Cinquefoil Obverse

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A collectable gold hammered Angel of King Edward the Fourth with a clear Heraldic Cinquefoil mint mark to both sides. The mark indicates that this coin was struck at the Tower Hill mint in London between the years 1480 and 1483. The obverse features the image of the Archangel Saint Micheal slaying a dragon. The Saint’s spear and halo breaks through the beaded ring that encircles the motif. The reverse shows a ship at sea, surmounted by a quartered shield bearing Edward’s arms. A cross shaped mask rises above the shield, dividing an ‘E’ (left) and a rose (right). Edward IV introduced the Angel and this example dates from the latter years of his second reign (1471-1483). These gold Angels are ever popular with collectors and investors with prices trending upwards.
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Saint Micheal slaying a dragon with a spear within beaded circle. Latin legend around: 'EDWARD x DEI x GRA x REX x ANGL x S FRANC x'. Mint mark: Heraldic Cinquefoil.


Ship sailing with quartered shield upon the hull, with cross mast above with 'E' to left and rose to the right. Legend: 'PER CRVCEM x TVA' x SALVA x NOS XPC' x REDEMT'. Mint mark: Heraldic Cinquefoil.


F/VF - Good overall details and legends to both sides, some minor flattening to high details in areas and two very small edge nicks. All expected for a grade of Fine to Very Fine in areas.


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