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PCI2010 Group 3B.2 Voting


PCI2010 Group 3B.2 Voting  

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  1. 1. Pick your favorite

    • Henry VIII Groat
    • Jean sireday dijon jetton 1655

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YeOldeCollector's Henry VIII Groat


Henry VIII Posthumous Groat minted at the Tower of London. A stunning portrait which is strikingly similar to the Hans Holbein portrait.


The mint mark visible at just after 12 O'clock on the reverse is that of a marlet, a heraldic bird. This really is a stunning portrait on a fairly scarce coin. Afterall, the period in that this was minted was one of turbulence as Henry VIII had just died and he had wasted vast amounts of money and dissolved the monasteries. This coin is technically one of Edward VI, the Boy King, but features the name and portrait of his father. So much history attached to one piece.


ScottO's Jean sireday dijon jetton 1655


Made in dijon in 1655, this jetton is quite scarce rated R on cgb.fr's site and is part of a few issues around the time of the mayors of dijon all of which are rated R. and a great looking coin for the period.

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