15 March 2001
Henry VII, Halfpenny, 0.22g., class II, Canterbury (Abp. Morton), m.m. profile eye, crown with single arch, saltires by neck, trefoil stops, rev. M in centre (Winstanley p.122; N.1736/1; S.2247), struck on a small flan, very fine and clear, extremely rare
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This coin has the single-arched crown of class III. In other respects, saltires by neck and early cross-end, it conforms to class II.
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