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Edward III (1327 - 1377).
Obv: Bust of Edward III wearing a helmet decorated with a dragon, the device of Cadwallader. EDOUARD. III. D.G. ANG. FR. ET HIB. REX. Rev: Circular temple, with a statue of Mars, symbolic of the warlike nature of Edward. On the base are two cupids: one is holding a garter, an allusion to the establishment of the Order of the Garter, and the other, is holding an olive branch, an allusion to the King’s victorious career. On the base is inscribed: NAT. J312. COR. J327. MORT. J377 Signed: J. D. Ref: M.I. i, 9/8; Eimer 28/12; Thompson 25/11; Eisler I, 256/13a
Obv: Bust of Richard II RICHARDVS. II. D.G. ANG. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Rev: A sepulchral monument, on which are two infants, one holding a cypress, the other a skull and a dagger, in allusion to the King’s tragic death. The bas-relief on the base represents him in the dungeon of Pontefract Castle, with a crown, sword and scepter at his feet. Exergue: NAT. J366. COR. J377 MORT. J399. Signed: I. D. Ref: M.I. i, 10/2; Eimer 28/13; Thompson 25/12; Eisler I, 257/14
Obv: Bust of Henry IV (l) wearing embroidered robe and veil with Lancastrian rose HENRICUS. IV. D.G. ANG. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Rev: Tomb surmounted by reclining figure of Death holding a scythe in one hand and an ax in the other, surrounded by military trophies. Below the tomb is a bas-relief representing at left Prince John of Lancaster ordering his officers to suppress the rebellion of Scrope, Archbishop of York, and Mowbry, Earl Marshal. The crushing of the rebel forces is depicted at right. (From Eisler) On base: NATUS J366 CORONAT. J399 MORT. J413 Signed: I.D. Ref: M.I. i, 12/6; Eimer 28/15; Thompson 26/13; Eisler I, 257/15
Obv: Bust of Henry V HENRICUS. V. D.G. ANG. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Rev: Henry, amid captured arms, is reclining on monument in form of a sarcophagus. Fame is crowning him and sounding his praises. A skull between palm and laurel branches decorates the side. NATUS 1388 CORONAT. 1413 MORT. 1422. Ref: M.I. i, 12/6; Eimer 28/16; Eisler I, 257/16a; Thompson 26/14
Obv: Bust of Henry VI HENRICUS. VI. D.G. ANG. FR. ET. HIB. REX. Exergue: NAT. 1421. COR. 1422. MORT. 1471. Rev: Statue of Time in niche of a temple holding a crown in one hand and manacles in the other, an allusion to the throne and prison he alternately occupied. Signed: J.D. Ref: M.I. i, 16/6; Eimer 28/17; Eisler I, 258/17; Thompson 27/15