Henry VI of Lancaster
King of France (1422-1453)
King of England (1422-1461) and (1470-1471)
Front title: (HEAD OF CHRIST) HENRICVSX DEIX GRAX FRACORVX AGLIEX REX, (PUNCTUATED BY TWO STACKED NECKLACES).
Front description: The archangel Gabriel visiting the Virgin Mary, the characters are seen from the waist up and they are behind the joint coats of arms of France and France-England. Gabriel is holding open a scroll reading AVE (descending); on the top six rays of divine light.
Front translation: (Henry, by the grace of God, King of the Francs and the English).
Back title: (HEAD OF CHRIST) XPC’X VINCITX XPCX REGNATX XPCX INPERAT, (PUNCTUATED BY TWO STACKED NECKLACES).
Back description: Cross along with a lily and a leopard, below an uncial "h", the number of Henry VI, all inside a fleur-de-lis decal.
Reverse translation: The Christ vanquishes, the Christ reigns, the Christ commands.
- Nominal Value
- Henry VI de Lancaster (1422-1453) -
- Salut d'or
- Precious metals
- Very fine