England, Henry VIII 1509-47, Penny, 1st Coinage, Durham, Bp Ruthall, mm Lis, S2331, N1776. A nice example of this Sovereign type penny struck at Durham under Bishop Ruthall. Lightly worn and reasonably well detailed. O: HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL, crowned portrait of King Henry VIII enthroned holding sceptre. R: CIVI TAS DVR RAM, quartered shield over long cross fourchée, T D above shield. I would grade this coin Good Fine (Sheldon VF35) I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. For uncertified coins I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. The coin in the photos is the actual item which you will receive. Thanks for looking at this item. Please check out the other coins I have listed. The item “Henry VIII 1509-47, Penny, 1st Coinage, Durham, Bp Ruthall, mm Lis, S2331, N1776″ is in sale since Thursday, February 25, 2021. This item is in the category “Coins\Coins\British\Hammered (Pre-c.1662)\Tudor Coins (1485-1603)”. The seller is “andiepaul03″ and is located in Stoke On Trent. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Period: Tudor (1485 – 1603)
- Metal: Silver
- Denomination: Penny
- Era: Henry VIII (1509-1547)
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- Country of Origin: Great Britain