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- AV Angel (5.15 g, 6h). London(?) mint.
- hEnRICVS (saltire) DEI (saltire) GRA' (saltire) REX AnGL' (saltire) Z (saltire) FRAnC, Archangel Michael slaying the Dragon
- PER CR VCE' (trefoil) TVA' SALVA (trefoil) nOS XPC' REDEmTOR (trefoil), ship bearing shield and cross, h and lis flanking cross.
- Blunt & Whitton 4/10 = Allen dies G/n; Schneider 448 corr. (same dies, trefoil not saltire at first stop on reverse); North 1613; SCBC 2078.
From the Andrew Wayne Collection. Ex Property of Mr. C.F. Noon, F.R.C.S. (Spink 165, 8 October 2003), lot 254; E.M. Norweb Collection (Spink 45, 13 June 1985), lot 206.
This coin belongs to the 'Lis group' of Henry VI's restored coinage, which has characteristics of a separate mint from London. While the standard issues of London are closely die-linked, these 'Lis' coins are not linked to any of those dies, but are themselves closely die-linked. Although this suggests a separate mint, it is also possible that they are a product of a separate officina or workshop of the London mint. It is also possible that these coins are struck at the York mint, whose output is otherwise lacking for this reign.
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