This is a nice medieval Anglo-Gallic silver Hardi d'Argent, of King Henry IV (1399-1413). Facing half-length figure of King Henry, sword in right hand, left hand raised, within tressure of arches, EnRIC R AnGLIE, rev., FRA CIE DnS AQI, long cross with leopard and lis in opposite angles.
This coin was struck in Aquitaine during the Hundred Years War for use in English held territory in France.
DENOMINATION: Hardi d’Argent
CULTURE: Medieval France
MONARCH: Henry IV
DATE: 1399 - 1413 A.D.
SIZE: 19mm diameter
WEIGHT: 1.11 grams
ATTRIBUTION: SCBC 8147; Elias 233e; Duplessy, Féodales 1140; Boudeau 517
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