Browsing British Coins of Richard III

Richard has been greatly maligned since Tudor times, some of the Tudor reports having been written at the "request" of Henry VII in order to underline his claim to the throne. Richard was a fair and just king, introducing public education for all, and the jury system for common people. According to documents in the British Museum, the twins were still alive and well after Richard had been killed at Bosworth.

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Seaby 2151Richard III AV Angel AD 1483-1485. London mint, Boar's Head mintmark. 5.02 g. (boar's head) RICARD' DI' GRA' REX AnGL Z (retrograde) FRAnC x with x and saltire stops between legend parts, nimbate figure of St. Michael with one foot on the dragon, spearing with cross-tipped staff. / (boar's head) PER CRVCR TVA SALVA nOS XPC' REDEmP with x and saltire stops between legend parts, cross-topped royal shield over ship, R-(rose) to left and right above. Seaby 2151.TextImage
Seaby 2154Richard III AR Groat. 1483-1485 AD. 2.67 g. London mint. Struck June-July 1483. RICARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC, mintmark boar's head above, crowned bust facing in tressure. / POSI DEVM xx ADIVTORE MEVM, LONDON CIVITAS in two lines around long cross with three dots in each of the four quarters. Mintmark: halved sun and rose. Seaby 2154; BMC 369; Friedberg 531.TextImage
Seaby 2156Richard III AR Groat. London mint. (boar's head 1) RICARD DI GRA ANGL' xSx FRANC, crowned facing bust in tressure of arches / (boar's head 2) POSVI DEVM AVDITORE MEVM around CIVITAS LONDON, long cross pattée, trefoils in quadrants. Winstanley 5, North 1679; Seaby 2156.TextImage
Seaby 2158Richard III. 1483-1485. AR Groat (25mm, 2.65 g). Type 3. London mint; issue mark: halved sun and rose 2. Struck 1484-1485. RICARD' DI' GRA' REX' AnGL (Z retrograde) FRAnC, Crowned facing bust within tressure of arches. / POSVI DEVM A DIVTOR MEVM CIVITAS LONDON in two circles around long cross pattée; triple dots in quarters. Lockett I 1655; North 1680; SCBC 2158.TextImage
Seaby 2165Richard III. 1483-1485. AR penny, London. type 2b. 0.7 g. mintmark: boar's head. RICARD DI GRA REX ANGL, crowned head facing, boar's head above. / CIVITAS LONDON, Plain cross with three dots in each quarter. North 1684; Seaby 2165; Friedberg 533.TextImage
Seaby 2169Richard III Durham, Bishop Sherwood AR Penny. Silver, 0.67 g. 1483-1485 AD. Mintmark Lis. Crowned, facing bust with S on breast / long cross with three dots in each quarter and D at centre. S. 2169; N. 1687.TextImage
Seaby 2171Richard III Long Cross AR Halfpenny. Silver, 0.36 g. 1483-1485 AD. London mint. RICARD DI GRA REX, crowned, facing bust with uncertain mintmark (but most likely halved-sun-and-rose) / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross. S. 2171; N. 1688; Withers 1a.TextImage
Seaby 6410Richard III. 1483-1485. AR penny, Irish issue, Dublin. 0.56g. Crowned head facing, small circle to left and right of neck. / Cross with four-part diamond shape in the centre, three dots in each quarter of the cross. Seaby 6410.TextImage
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