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Groat of Henry VIII

This is the first coin from a group of three that came in from Michael Young, who said they were part of his collection.

The coin is a groat of London with the young head of Henry VIII on the obverse. It was struck during the second coinage (1526 to 1544) and has mint mark arrow on both sides. In the Standard Catalogue this type is listed as number 2337E. 


Henry VIII second coinage groats aren’t particularly scarce but they have always been popular with collectors. The overall condition of this specimen is good Fine so my price range would be £140-160.

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