Edward IV first reign (1461-70), gold Quarter-Ryal of 2½ Shillings, quartered shield of arms, E, rose to left, sun to right, lis below, surrounded by tressure of four arcs, trefoil in each spandrel, all within beaded circle, initial mark sun (1465-68) both sides, trefoil of pellets stops both sides, EDWARD:. DI:. GRA:. REX:. ANGL* rosette at end of legend, rev rose at centre on sunburst, over cross with lis terminals, lion in each angle, all within twin linear tressure of eight arcs, beaded circle surrounding, EXALTABITVTVR* In:. GLORIA:. outer beaded border both sides, 1.92g (Schneider 396; N.1560; S.1965).
Some residual dirt deposit, otherwise toned, very fine and rare.