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1 edition of Edward IV gold ryal 1465, Coventry mint. found in the catalog.

Edward IV gold ryal 1465, Coventry mint.

Edward IV gold ryal 1465, Coventry mint.

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Published by Pictorial Colour Slides for Coventry Museums in Kent .
Written in English


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ContributionsCoventry Museums.
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL14198197M

Edward IV was the King of England twice: first between and , and again from until his death in - age He was the first Yorkist King of England, but the House of York itself was a faction of the Plantagenets. Coins from this period are extremely rare. If you have any queries please email [email protected]. Edward IV, first reign () Ryal, light coinage , King standing in ship holding sword and shield, ships rigging with three ropes to left, one rope to right, E on flag at stern, rose on hull.

BullionByPost is proud to offer numismatic collectors a growing range of rare collectable coins, including this Edward IV Quarter Ryal (Rose Noble) - slabbed. Mintmark is a Rose struck between ; Shield In quatrefoil, E above on the obverse; Fleurs in Spandrels on the reverse. The War of the Roses left England in turmoil. Edward IV (First Reign, ) Gold 1/2 Ryal MS63 PCGS.

83 coin types issued. Gold noble: Edward IV, First reign, Heavy coinage (N , ) Issued: AD AD Gold ryal: Edward IV, First reign, Light coinage (N - ) Issued: AD AD Gold half-ryal: Edward IV, First reign, Light coinage (N - ) Issued: AD AD Gold quarter-ryal: Edward IV, First reign, Light coinage (N , ) Issued: AD AD Edward IV, First Reign, Ryal or Rose Noble, ND (). Sun. Coventry Mint. Light Coinage. Very Rare Coventry Mint Ryal King standing on ship, holding sword and shield; rose at side of ship and ‘E’ on stern. Coventry Mint with retrograde closed “C” mintmark (see Schneider ). Rv.


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Edward IV gold ryal 1465, Coventry mint Download PDF EPUB FB2

KENT-CE1, a ryal of Edward IV, found in Smeeth, Kent. DENO-DB6FEB, A groat of Edward IV, found in Brampton, Derbyshire. Can we make it more. By recording where these coins have been found, we can start looking at mint distributions and trade links.

Bibliography The coinages of Edward IV and of Henry VI (Restored), Blunt and Whitton, BNJ, Edward IV, first reign (), gold "Rose" Ryal of ten shillings, light coinage (), Norwich Mint, King standing in ship holding sword and shield, mint letter n in waves below for Norwich, E on flag at stern, rose on hull, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, trefoil stops both sides, initial mark sun on reverse only (), '.

Edward IV Half Ryal York Mint Edward IV, first reign (), gold Half-Ryal of five shillings, light coinage (), York Mint, armoured King standing facing in ship, holding sword and quartered shield, flag with letter E at stern, rose on hull of ship, E in waves below for Eboracum, Latin name of York, trefoil stops in Latin legend, E.

Edward IV, first reign (), gold "Rose" Ryal of Ten Shillings, light coinage (), Norwich Mint, King standing in ship holding sword and shield, n in waves below for Norwich, E on flag at stern, rose on hull, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, trefoil stops both sides, initial mark sun on reverse only (), '.

Edward IV, first reign (), gold Half-Ryal of five shillings, light coinage (), Coventry mint. book Mint, armoured King standing facing in ship, holding sword and quartered shield, flag with letter E at stern, rose on hull of ship, E in waves below for Eboracum, Latin name of York, saltire stops in Latin legend, E DWARDx DIxx GRAx REXx AnGL'xZx FRAnC, rev.

rose over a radiate sun over ornate. The catalogue contains over lots spanning nearly 2, years of world coinage. We start with a section of ancient British that includes many rare pieces. This is followed by Anglo Saxon before. Very Rare Coventry Mint Gold Ryal of King Edward IV Edward IV, first reign (), gold "Rose" Ryal of Ten Shillings, light coinage (), Coventry Mint, King standing in ship holding sword and shield, C in waves below for Coventry, E on flag at stern, rose on hull, legend and beaded borders surrounding, trefoil stops both sides, initial mark sun on reverse only (), ED WARD'.

Edward IV, first reign (), silver Groat of Fourpence, light coinage (), Coventry Mint, facing crowned bust with C on breast, quatrefoil each side of neck, within double tressure of nine arcs, fleur on each cusp, beaded circles and legend surrounding, saltire stops, initial mark sun (), EDWARD'x DIx GRAx REX'x AnGL'x Zx FRAnCxx, rev.

long cross pattee, tri-pellets in each. EDWARD IV, TO No indenture with the master of the mint during this reign has been preserved, earlier than one with William Lord Hastings, dated the 13th of August,in the king's fourth year, by which the weight of the silver coins was reduced, and the gold coins, though their weight was to remain as before, were raised in nominal value, so that a noble, which had hitherto been.

Hammered Coins: Lot Ryal Edward IV Light Coinage, Large fleurs in spandrels S mintmark Sun Good Fine, the obverse with a small dig, the flan creased with a flan crack running along the top of the ship where light is visible through the coin, grammes, in a London Mint Office box with certificate.

Great Britain Elizabeth I () gold "Ship" Ryal of 15 Shillings ND () MS64 PCGS, Tower mint, Escallop mm, Sixth issue, S, N, cf. Schneider gm. Absolutely spectacular, a piece whose very survival seems miraculous; one of the rarest and most popular coins of Elizabeth I's reign, absent from most British.

Our New Summer fixed price list spans Ancient Greek, Roman & Byzantine Coins, Anglo-Saxon & Norman Coins, Anglo-Gallic, English, Scottish and Irish Coins, Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey. The fact that the Coventry mint was short-lived is borne out by the scarcity of the coins from the mint.

Five have been recorded. An increase of four since Duncan did his initial work. They are: DENO-EF7C51, Groat of Edward IV, found in Newark and Sherwood, Nottinghamshire. CPAT-DEF5B0, Groat of Edward IV, found in Oswestry Rural, Shropshire. A very collectable, high-grade gold Ryal of King Edward IV.

The obverse has the King in armour, standing in a ship and facing forward. He has a sword in hand, and a flag with the letter "E" for "Edward". The reverse features a pleasing design of a central sun with Lions and Crowns, within a treasure.

Very Rare Coventry Mint Gold Ryal of King Edward IV. Edward IV, first reign (), gold "Rose" Ryal of Ten Shillings, light coinage (), Coventry Mint, King standing in ship holding sword and shield, C in waves below for Coventry, E on flag at stern, rose on hull, legend and beaded borders surrounding, trefoil stops both sides, initial mark sun on reverse only (), ED WARD'.

Edward IV Gold Ryal / Rose Noble. First reign - Light coinage. London - mm none/sun Type VI. g mm. North - Spink - Edward IV Gold Half Ryal. Light coinage. York - E in waves. g mm. Spink – North – Scarce .

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price; 01/03/ Auction Hammered Coins: Lot Ryal Edward IV Light Coinage, Large fleurs in spandrels S mintmark Sun Good Fine, the obverse with a small dig, the flan creased with a flan crack running along the top of the ship where light is visible through the coin, grammes, in a London Mint Office box with certificate.

Edward IV Gold Ryal / Rose Noble. First reign - Light coinage. London - mm none/crown. g mm. North - Spink - Edward IV, first reign () Half Ryal, York mint, light coinageKing standing in ship holding sword and shield, ship rigging with three ropes to left, two ropes to right, E on flag at.

I desire to post a very rare gold ryal noble, struck in the Coventry mint, active in the summer of theduring the reign of King Edward IV.

It show on the obverse the king crowned, standing facing in ship holding sword and shield, rose on hull, flag on which letter e (for Edward) at stern, trefoil stops; then there is a letter c in waves.Pictures of Edward IV Coins.

Coins of Edward IV (, ) Henry VI > Richard III.Edward IV Gold Ryal / Rose Noble. Flemish Imitation Approx. mm. Spink – NGC slabbed and graded AU .