This is a nice Tudor silver halfgroat of king Henry VIII, minted at Canterbury between 1526 - 1532 A.D. The obverse bears a young portrait of Henry. The reverse W.A. beside the royal arms, these initials denote the coin was struck under the authority of the Church - in this case, William Warham Archbishop of Canterbury. It is a nice and well-struck example, in at least VF condition for type.
CULTURE: Tudor England
DATE: 1526 - 1532 A.D.
SIZE: 19mm diameter
WEIGHT: 1.1 grams
ATTRIBUTION: Spink - 2343
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