15 March 2001
Henry VII, Groat, 3.07g., tentative type IIIc, m.m. cross-crosslet, crowned bust right within tressure, six crockets as jewels, HENRIC DI GRA REX AGL Z FR, rev. cross-end no.11 (P & W p.113; N.1746; S.2255), very fine, toned and well struck, excessively rare, one of the great rarities of the English series
Duchess of Beaufort ('Nobleman'), Christies, 1 May 1890
F A Walters, Sotheby, 26 May 1913, lot 515
R C Lockett, Glendining, 11 October 1956, lot 1724
E M Norweb, Spink Auction 56, 19 November 1986, lot 897
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There are four known specimens, one reading ANGL and three reading AGL. Two specimens, one from each obverse die, are in the British Museum collection.
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