France - Henri VI d'Angleterre (1422-1453) - Salut d'or - PCGS AU55 - Gold

Description
France - Henri VI d'Angleterre (1422-1453) - Salut d'or - PCGS AU55 - Gold
Extremely fine - PCGS

Magnificent coin PCGS graded AU 55.

Weight: 3.45 g
Diameter: 27 mm
Grade: 1,000%

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 out a volume with AVE inscription; above, rays of divine light.
Title: HENRICVS: DEI: GRA: FRACORV: Z: AGLIE: REX.
Translation: (Henri, by the grace of God, King of the Francs and the English).

Description: A plain Latin cross with a lily and a leopard, beneath which is an Uncial 'h' in a fleur-de-lis decal.
Title: XPC* VINCIT* XPC* REGNAT* XPC'* IMPERAT,.
Translation: Christ reigns, Christ reigns, Christ commands.

Lot details
Country
France
Nominal Value
Henri VI d'Angleterre (1422-1453) -
Currency
Salut d'or
Year/Period and Variation
- PCGS AU55
Precious metals
Gold
Type
Coin
Condition
Extremely fine
Certified
PCGS
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