Notes: Probably a crude contemporary forgery rather than a continental inmitation.
Images courtesy of Dix Noonan Webb, coin auctioned Feb 11th 2015, part of lot # 63. Provenance: Jim Sazama collection.
Obv: hENRICVS REX III - with the IC being ligated! The "X" appears more like an "I". Oval eyes. Unusual mouth.
Rev: RIE/VIIE/OIIE/RIE "e"s are retrograde and appear as the last letter on each of the four quadrants. Many pellets comprising the inner circle - as in a class 4 coin.
Note: Image courtesy of DNW - coin auctioned 11th June 2014. Part of lot # 294.
Obv: Blundered legend. Bust has cat-like appearance. Very clearly not a genuine English Henry III issue, but whether this is a continental imitation or contemporary forgery is uncertain.
Rev: Difficult to read but appears to be DIV/DIO/IDO/IVD Inner circle has ~ 11 pellets per quadrant.
Notes: Images courtesy of Mark Winiger and DNW - coin offered for auction June 11th 2014, part of lot 297.
Notes: Nearly very fine, The reverse legend is probably based on the Irish DAVI ON DIVELI
Image courtesy of DNW. Auction held 18th Sept. 2012, Lot # 2449
Obv: hENRICUS REX III, NR ligated, sceptre, 3 pellets to crown. Round eyes.
Reverse : BIL/HEI/TOL/ENR, OL joined, EN ligated.
Notes: Probably an example of North #90. Image courtesy of Mark Winiger.