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Henry VI of England / II of France(De facto) Salut d'Or


Henry VI King of France(Disputed) & England AD 1422 / 53 Salut d'Or - Mint Rouen (Mintmark = Leopard). Coin pierced for suspension. Obverse: Angel Gabriel in profile left behind quartered arms of England; facing Virgin Mary right with nimbus, behind arms of France. AVE on scroll reads downwards between them, within beaded circle (Pellet in Annulet below X of REX). Legend: hENRICVS:DEI:GRA:(FRA)NCORV:Z:AGLIE:REX Double Pellet stops in legends Reverse: Central long cross,fleur de lis to left, Lion to right; h below, all within tressure of ten arcs, fleur de lis on cusps, all within linear & beaded circle. Legend:- XPC * VINCIT * XPC * REGNAT * XPC * IMPERAT. Mullet Stops and Pellet in Annulet below T of IMPERAT Pellet in Annulet is the privy mark of the moneyer Etienne Marcel and was in use between March 1433 to October 1444. Elias No 270c See The Anglo-Gallic Coins by E.R.Duncan Elias published jointly by Emile Bourgey, Paris and Spink & Son, London 1984. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dual_monarchy_of_England_and_France Wt = 3.28g

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