1061310 | FRANCE. Henry VI. (King, 1422-53). (1422-49)-(Lis) AV Salut d'Or. NGC MS66. Saint-Lô. 3.48gm. HERICVS DEI GRA FRACORV Z AGLIE REX. The Archangel Gabriel standing before the Virgin Mary, to whom he holds out a parchment bearing the word AVE, behind the crushed shields of France and France-England; above the rays of the sun / XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT. Latin cross with a fleur de lis and a leopard, under which is an H, all within polylobe. Fr.-301; Dup.-443a; Ciani 598.

Duplessy notes that the St. Lo mint struck this type 1422-49. In 1449, the French recaptured the town from the English. Superb and exceptional, full frosty luster and virtually as struck.


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1061310 FRANCE. Henry VI. (King, 1422-53). (1422-49)-(Lis) AV Salut d'Or. NGC MS66. Saint-Lô. 3.48gm. HERICVS DEI GRA FRACORV Z AGLIE REX. The Archangel Gabriel standing before the Virgin Mary, to whom he holds out a parchment bearing the word AVE,

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