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New Additions - April 19th, 2017

JB1724 - England, Henry IV (1399-1413), Silver Penny, 0.70g., 15mm, Durham mint, Light Coinage, [+HENR[ICVS RE]X ANGL crowned facing bust of king, trefoil on breast, rev., long cross pattée with trefoil of pellets in each angle,  CI[VITAS DVN]OLM, (N.1365; S.1734), fine, all the salient features are discernible, rare. $795

JB1723 - England, Henry IV (1399-1413), Silver Halfpenny, 0.60g., 15mm, London mint, Heavy Coinage, +HENRIC[VS REX AN]GL crowned facing bust of king, rev., long cross pattée with trefoil of pellets in each angle, CI[VITAS LONDON, (Withers III type 4; N.1352-3 var; S.1723-4 var), weak in parts but good fine, all the salient features are discernible, rare. $595

JB1718 - Scotland, Robert III (1390-1406), Debased Silver Penny, 0.63g., 19mm, 2nd Issue, Edinburgh mint, crowned facing bust,  [+RO]BERTVS DEI G REX SC[O], rev., long cross with trefoil of pellets in each angle, VILL[A EDIN]BVRHI, (S.5166), slightly chipped, almost very fine, rare. $495

 

JB1721 - Scotland, James IV (1488-1513), Silver Halfgroat, 1.06g., 18mm, Heavy Coinage (1489-c.1496), Edinburgh mint, mm cross, facing bust with crown of five fleurs, IACOBV[S DEI GRACIA REX SCO]TORVM Q, rev, large cross over two concentric circles, trefoil of pellets with an annulet in the 1st and 4th quarter, a crownt in the remaining two, (S.5335), almost very fine, chipped but of otherwise solid fabric, extremely rare, rarely offered for sale in any condition. $795

IR1701 - Ireland, Henry III as Lord of Ireland, King of England (1216-1272), Silver Cut Halfpenny, 0.68g., 19mm, Voided Long Cross Coinage,  Dublin - Ricard (most probably the London moneyer Richard Bonaventure), crowned bust of Henry, cinquefoil to right and holding sceptre, within triangle, rev., voided long cross with trefoil of pellets in each angle,[ RICA]RD ON D[IVE], (S.6243A), good very fine. $125

JB1707 - Edward IV (1461-1483), Penny, 0.41g., 13mm, Light Cross and Pellets Coinage (c.1470-78), Drogheda mint, crowned facing bust of Edward, rev., long cross with, (S.-; JBurns Dr-28 (type 28) BURNS PLATE COIN), almost very fine. $395

Two specimens (including this coin) known to Burns.

JB1704 - Ireland, Edward IV (1461-1483), Penny, 0.39g., 15mm, Heavy Cross and Pellets Coinage (1465), Dublin mint, crowned facing bust of Edward, rev., plain long cross, (S.6311; JBurns Du-1H (type 1)), very fine, ragged flan. $145

Thirtyfour specimens known to Burns.

JB1702 - Ireland, Edward IV (1461-1483), Penny, 0.49g., 15mm, Heavy Cross and Pellets Coinage (1465), Dublin mint, crowned facing bust of Edward, rev., plain long cross, (S.6311; JBurns Du-1H (type 1)), very fine. $195

Thirtyfour specimens known to Burns.

JB1710 - Ireland, Edward IV (1461-1483), Penny, 0.43g., 14mm, Light Cross and Pellets Coinage (c.1470-78), Dublin mint, crowned facing bust of Edward, two pellets at neck and at crown, rev.,  long cross with quatrefoil at the centre, (S. JBurns Du-13 (type 13) BURNS PLATE COIN), very fine. $195

One specimen (this coin) known to Burns.

JB1709 - Ireland, Edward IV (1461-1483), Silver Penny, 0.51g., 14mm, Light Cross and Pellets Coinage (c.1470-78), Limerick mint, crowned facing bust of Edward, a saltire each side, rev.,  long cross with quatrefoil at the centre,  (S.6379; JBurns L-27 (type 27) this coin),  BURNS PLATE COIN, one specimen known to Burns, of the highest rarity. $595

One specimen (this coin) known to Burns.

JB1712 - Ireland, Edward IV (1461-1483), Silver Penny, 0.44g., 14mm, Light Cross and Pellets Coinage (c.1470-78), Waterford mint, crowned facing bust of Edward, rev.,  long cross with quatrefoil at the centre, (S.6382A; JBurns W-2b (type 2) BURNS PLATE COIN), very fine, one specimen known to Burns, of the highest rarity. $395

One specimen (this coin) known to Burns.

Ireland, JB1714 - Richard III (1483-1485), Penny, 0.42g., 14mm, 'Cross and Pellets' Coinage, Dublin mint, crowned facing bust of Richard, with annulets either side of the neck above the shoulders,  rev., long cross with a trefoil of pellets in each angle and a quatrefoil in the centre, (S.6410; JBurns Du-17R (type 17)),  two small striking cracks but of solid fabric, somewhat short of flan as is the norm for this exceptionally rare issue, fine, extremely rare. $995

Twelve specimens known to Burns.