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Anglo-Gallic Henry VI gold Salut d'Or (22s. 6d.)

Anglo-Gallic Henry VI gold Salut d'Or (22s. 6d.)
Obv. The Arms of France and England born by the Virgin Mary (left) and the angel Gabriel right and the word 'AVE' under sun's rays between them, 'HENRICVS DEI GRA FRACORV Z AGLIE REX'. 'Vernicle' (bearded head) mintmark for Dijon at beginning of legend.

Rev. Latin cross dividing fleur de lis and leopard (lion) passant guardant, 'h' below, 'XPCV VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT'', (Christ conquers, Christ rules, Christ commands).28mm, 3.39g.

AVF - About Very Fine, weakly struck in placesHandsome coin struck in France for the Lancastrian king of both England and France. Struck at Dijon which is a rare mint for this issue. Marvellous iconography for the unification of both countries. In 1422 the year old king of England inheri

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