12 - 14 July 2000
Edward IV (second reign 1471-83), Groat, London, m.m. large annulet/short cross fitchée, class XIII/XII mule, trefoils on cusps, no marks by bust (N.1631; S.2096), almost very fine, an extremely rare mule
Bought Spink, September 1974
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The only other specimen of this mule to appear at auction since 1960 is the coin, from the same dies, in the Delme-Radcliffe collection, lot 300
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This is the first coin illustrated in lot 2352.
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