HENRY VII SILVER GROAT
Henry VII Silver Groat (1485-1509)
Type IIIc, London mint, mint mark inverted anchor (1499-1502),
Obverse: Facing crowned bust in double tressure of seven arcs, fleurs on cusps, with beaded circle and Latin legend surrounding: hEnRIC'x DI'x GRA'x REXxx AGL'x Zx FR’
Reverse: Long cross pattee, tri-pellets in each inner angle, beaded circles and twin concentric legends surrounding, inner legend: CIVI TAS DOn LOn, Outer legend: POSVI DEV+ A DIVTO E'x mEV
3.2 grams, 26 mm in diameter.
A bold good very fine or better, with a pleasing deep old cabinet tone, and a most attractive portrait.
Pre 1600, Middle Age, Medieval, Tudor