Coin Ref # IR041
Obv: hENRI/CUSR/EX III Shoulders present. X type is Xa.
Rev: RIC/ARD/OND/IVE RIC: ~7
Image courtesy of Halls Hammered Coins (HHC-2767).
Coin Ref # IR028
Coin Ref # IR059
Obv: hENRI/CUSR/EX III ENR ligated. Non-pierced cinqfoil. Shoulders. Beard: well-formed double line of pellets. Pellets in legend. X type is Xa.
Rev: DAV/ION/DIV/ELI RIC: 8-9.
Weight: 1.48 gm
Notes: Images courtesy of Del Parker, # 73.
Coin Ref # IR024
Coin Ref # IR077
Obv: hENRICUS REX III' - ENR ligated, shoulders, non-pierced hexfoil. Central fleur.
Coins of this class & moneyer in BH: 84
Notes: Coin advertised for sale by Silbury Coins.
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Obv: hENRI/CUSR/EX III Note the pellets in the obverse legend. Shoulders. Unusual cinqfoil. X type is Xa.
Rev: RIC/ARD/OND/IVE RIC: 8 -8.5.
Image courtesy of Dix Noonan Webb. DNW Auction 18-Sept-2012, Lot # 2352; and sold for a relatively high price.
Page updated: November 20th 2016
Obv: Central fleur indicates class 1, the single line triangle and cinqfoil show this to be class 1b. An unusual feature on this coin is that there is an inner pelleted circle in the region outside the triangle. X type is Xa.
Rev: RIC/ARD/OND/IVC - AR & ND ligated. RIC: ~8.
Notes: Offered for sale on Ebay, November 2016.
Although the Irish coins were struck in Ireland, the dies were probably produced in London by Richard Bonaventure (Ricard) and David of Enfield (Davi). Some 2000 Henry III coins were in the Brussels hoard. Ricard more than twice as common as Davi, but both moneyers had 84 coins of Class 1b.