Obverse: St. Michael represented as a winged figure standing right foot on floor and left on a dragon about to thrust it into the Pit with a cross-topped lance (the dragon represents Satan). Text around RICARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC, separated by single and double saltire crosses.
Reverse: A ship bearing a royal shield with cross above, E and rose at the sides. Text around PER CRVSEM TVA SALVA NOS XPC REDEMPT, separated by saltire crosses.
History: Richard III only ruled between 1483 and 1485. His gold Angel coins are similar to those of previous reigns. The boar's head mintmark coinage was struck between July 1483 and June 1484.
Date: Mintmark boar's head, type 2, 1483-85