Browsing British Coins of Edward IV



Edward IV of York, 1461-70 and 1471-83

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Seaby 1950
crown
Edward IV AV Ryal or Rose Noble. First reign, 1461-1470; light coinage, Type VI, 1465-1466. London mint, mintmark: crown. EDWARD DI : GRA : REX : ANGL' xSx FRANC DNS IB, Edward standing facing, holding sword and arms in ship, E on banner at stern, rose on hull; quatrefoil at end of legend / (sun) IhC : AVI x TRANSIENS x PER x MEDIVM x ILLORV' : I : BAT, rose over sun with fleurs, crowns, and lions; large fleurs in the spandrils (between the arch shapes on the reverse).TextImage
Seaby 1950
rose
Edward IV. First reign, 1461-1470. AV Ryal or Rose Noble 34 mm. Light coinage, Type VI, 1465-1466. London mint, mm: rose. EDWARD DI : GRA : REX : ANGL' xSx FRANC DNS IB, Edward standing facing, holding sword and arms in ship, E on banner at stern, rose on hull; quatrefoil at end of legend / (rose) IhC : AVI x TRANSIENS x PER x MEDIVM x ILLORV' : I : BAT, rose over sun with fleurs, crowns and lions; large fleurs in the spandrils (between the arch shapes on the reverse). North 1549; Seaby 1950.TextImage
Seaby 1950
sun
Edward IV. First reign, 1461-1470. AV Ryal or Rose Noble 34 mm, 768. Light coinage, Type VI, 1465-1466. London mint, mm: rose. EDWARD DI : GRA : REX : ANGL' xSx FRANC DNS IB, Edward standing facing, holding sword and arms in ship, E on banner at stern, rose on hull; quatrefoil at end of legend / (sun) IhC : AVI x TRANSIENS x PER x MEDIVM x ILLORV' : I : BAT, rose over sun with fleurs, crowns and lions; large fleurs in the spandrils (between the arch shapes on the reverse). North 1549; Seaby 1950.TextImage
Seaby 1950
lis
Edward IV. First reign, 1461-1470. AV Ryal or Rose Noble 34 mm. Light coinage, Type VI, 1465-1466. London mint, mm: rose. EDWARD DI : GRA : REX : ANGL' xSx FRANC DNS IB, Edward standing facing, holding sword and arms in ship, E on banner at stern, rose on hull; quatrefoil at end of legend / (lis) IhC : AVI x TRANSIENS x PER x MEDIVM x ILLORV' : I : BAT, rose over sun with fleurs, crowns and lions; large fleurs in the spandrils (between the arch shapes on the reverse). North 1549; Seaby 1950.TextImage
Seaby 1951
crown
Edward IV AV Ryal or Rose-Noble, ND. First Reign, 1461-1470. Light coinage. EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL ET FRANC DNSIB, king standing in ship holding sword and shield, large E standard to left / m IhC AVT TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT, radiate rose at centre, surrounded by fleurs-de-lis, lions and crowns. Small trefoils in the spandrils (between the arch shapes on the reverse). Fr 132; Seaby 1951.TextImage
Seaby 1951
cross
Edward IV. First reign, 1461-1470. AV Ryal or Rose Noble (7.65 g. Light coinage, Type VI, 1465-1466. London mint, mm: cross. EDWARD DI : GRA : REX : ANGL' xSx FRANC DNS IB, Edward standing facing, holding sword and arms in ship, E on banner at stern, rose on hull; quatrefoil at end of legend / (cross) IhC : AVI x TRANSIENS x PER x MEDIVM x ILLORV' : I : BAT, rose over sun with fleurs, crowns, and lions; small trefoils in the spandrils (between the arch shapes on the reverse). Seaby 1951.TextImage
Seaby 1952Edward IV AV Ryal or Rose-Noble, ND. First Reign, 1461-1470. Light coinage: Flemish imitative issue. EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL ET FRANC DNS IB, king standing in ship holding sword and shield, large E standard to left / (crown) IhC AVT TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT, radiate rose in centre, surrounded by fleurs-de-lis, lions and crowns. Fr 133. TextImage
Seaby 1954
Bristol
Edward IV, AV Ryal or "Rose Noble" of Ten shillings. First reign light coinage (1465-70). Bristol Mint, Mint mark Crown (1466-69) on reverse only. 35 mm, 7.7 g. EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL z FRANC DNS*I*B’*, King standing in ship holding upright sword and shield, E on flag at stern, B (Bristol mint) in waves below, rose on hull. / (crown) IhC' AVT' TRAnSIEnS PER mEDIVm ILLORVm I BAT (interrupted by stars), rose at centre of sunburst, over ornate cross fleury, with lis terminals, crowned leopards in angles, fleurs in spandrels, all within a beaded and linear tressure of eight arcs, with beaded circle and Latin legend surrounding. Seaby 1954; North 1550; Lockett 1532.TextImage
Seaby 1972Edward IV AR Groat. First reign, heavy coinage, 1461-1464. London mint, class II. Crowned facing bust in polylobe, crescent on breast, quatrefoils by neck / (rose) POSVI DEVM AVDITORE MEVM around CIVITAS LONDON, long cross pattée, trefoils in quadrants. North 1531.TextImage
Seaby 2003Edward IV AR Groat. London mint. EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC, crowned facing bust in nine-arc polylobe / long cross in three dotted circles, outer inscription +POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM, inner inscription CIVITAS LONDON, three dots in each quadrant inside inner circle. Seaby 2003. TextImage
Seaby 2011Edward IV Long Cross Groat, Norwich mint, AR 2.51 grs, 25.13 mm. Light Coinage; 1464-1470 AD. EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRA, Facing bust with ‘n’ on breast and quatrefoil each side of neck within tressure / POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM and CIVITAS NORVIC dividing long cross with three pellets in each quadrant. ‘Rose’ mintmark for the Norwich mint. S. 2011; North 1582.TextImage
Seaby 2062England, Edward IV, 1461-1470 and 1471-1483, AR Penny (15mm). York mint. Crowned bust facing, G and key by neck / CIVITAS EBORACI, long cross with three pellets in each angle, quatrefoil in centre.TextImage
Seaby 2096Edward IV. Second reign, 1471-1483. AR Groat (2.95 g). Type XIV, 1472-1473. London mint, mintmark: small circle. Crowned facing bust in tressure of arches; trefoils on cusps (none over crown), saltire stops. / Long cross pattée, three pellets in angles; saltire stops. North 1631; SCBC 2096.TextImage
Seaby 2138Edward IV, second reign, 1471-1483, AR Halfpenny (15mm) (0.36 g). London mint. + EDEWARD DI GRA REX, crowned bust facing, dots by neck. / CIVITAS LOnDOn, long cross with three dots in each angle. Seaby 2138.TextImage
Seaby 2146Edward IV/V 1483, Groat, 2.99g, London mint, Large fleurs on cusps, none over crown, fleur on breast, pellet below bust, saltire stops, unbarred a, rev. saltire stops, chevron barred.TextImage
Seaby 6362Ireland, Edward IV of England, 1461-1483, AR Penny (15mm). Dublin mint. Crowned bust facing, saltires by neck / CIVITAS DVBLIN, long cross with three pellets in each angle.TextImage
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