1422-1427 Henry VI Groat Calais Annulet Issue
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Crowned facing bust of Henry VI - annulets either side of neck - within double tressure of arcs, trefoils on cusps. Odd incurved pierced cross mintmark or plain cross (no void). Legend reads: 'HENRIC x DI x GRA x REX x ANGLIE xx Z xx FRANC'. Unusual spelling of 'ANGL'. Saltire stops.
Long cross with three pellets in each quarter, extra annulet within two. 'VILLA xx CALISIE xx' in middle ring, seperated by beaded circle. Outer ring has cross mint mark, like incurved cross without void, reads: POSVI ◦ DEVM xx ADIVTORVE MEVM'.
GVF - A medium tone on a full flan with one very minor edge chip. Good legend and attractive bust details, some slightly weaker areas - otherwise good Very Fine.
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