This is a medieval silver Hardi d'Argent, of King Henry IV - VI. Stuck in Aquitaine from 1399 - 1453. It bears a crowned half-length figure of the King, brandishing a sword. ERIC R. ANGLIE (Henry King of England). Long cross pattée with lis and lion in alternate angles. FRA-CIE-DNS-ACI (France and Lord of Aquitaine). 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: King Henry IV - Henry VI
DATE: 1399 - 1453 A.D.
SIZE: 20mm diameter
WEIGHT: 1.26 grams
ATTRIBUTION: SCBC 8147; Elias 233e; Duplessy, Féodales 1140; Boudeau 517 (Henry IV); Poey d'Avant 3120 (Henry IV).
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