Early Three Crowns Issues no mint name (Dublin), royal arms over long cross terminating in a trefoil of pellets, REX ANGLIE FRANCIE rev., three crowns over long cross terminating in a trefoil of pellets, DOMINVS HYBERNIE
Henry VII (1485-1509), struck under the authority of Gerald Mór FitzGerald, 8th Earl of Kildare (c. 1456–1513), Groat, 1.85g., 23mm, Three Crowns Issues (c. August - October 1487) no mint name (Dublin mint), no regal title, royal arms over long cross terminating in a trefoil of annulets, arms of the Fitzgerald's either side, REX ANGLIE FR, rev., three crowns over long cross terminating in a trefoil of annulets, no h below, DOMINOS VRERN (S.6415)
Half groat of Henry VIII (r. Date: Culture: British Medium: Silver
Circa 1500, a superb Late Issue Henry VII Dublin Groat; IIa, Arched Crown and Tressures. A rare portrait, unusually well drawn for this reign, plus a very rare reverse featuring an 'h' within Trefoils & Cross fourchée. HENRIS DEI GRA RES (J?)ANLIE EN/POSUI etc. D&F 195; S6457. SCBI 22 /404. Not on any P.Finn list. We have only seen one comparable example in recent years. Sturdy flan, glossy patina. GVF-EF.
Henry VII (1485-1509), Groat, 1.87g., 13mm, Late Portrait Issues (c.1496-1505), Dublin mint, group IIc, facing bust with arched crown, HENRICVS DEI GRA DNS HYBER, saltires on points of tressures, rev., POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM, CIVITAS DVBLINE, long cross, trefoils in quarters, (S.6455), almost very fine, toned, somewhat short of flan
Marciana. Silver Denarius (3.28 g), Augusta, ca. AD 105-112/4.. EF Rome, under Trajan, AD 114. DIVA AVGVSTA MARCIANA, diademed and draped bust of Marciana right, hair in elaborately coifed row curls above brow and bound into tight bun high at back of head. CONSECRATIO, eagle, with wings displayed, standing left, head right. RIC 743; Woytek 719; BMC 650; RSC 4. Boldly struck and well centered with incredibly sharp detail. Delicate old cabinet toning adds to its appeal. . Marciana was Trajan's…