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Ireland, Henry VIII 1st harp coinage Groat with Jane Seymour

 
 
 
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Ireland, Henry VIII 1st harp coinage Groat with Jane Seymour

This coin is a groat of Henry VIII's first harp issue.

From my own collection.

The initials H and I either side of the harp are for Henry and Jane Seymour (his third wife) dating the issue to 1536-7.
This issue saw the first use of the harp as a symbol on Irish coins.
Obverse:
Henric VIII D G R AGLIE Z
Henry the Eighth by the Grace of God king of England
Reverse:
France Dominus Hibernie
France, Lord of Ireland.
The mintmark is a crown which is the normal mintmark for the first issue.
Comes with  annotated coin envelope from my collection.
Price: 325 GBP

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