Reproduction House of Tudor Coins

House of Tudor Coins
Henry VII's introduced radical changes to his coinage in 1489. A gold pound, called a Sovereign and the Shilling were introduced and a fine portrait of the king replaced the representational image previously used.
In 1526, during the reign of Henry VIII, the first major effort to debase the coinage was instituted. New coins were introduced including the Crown of the Rose, Crown of the Double Rose and the George Noble. During Henry VIII’s reign the coinage was repeatedly debased and the practice continued into the reign of Edward VI.
Edward VI began bringing in all the debased coins and re-issuing new ones with the proper amount of precious metal, but they were not completed until the 1560 in the reign of Elizabeth I.
Elizabeth I’s coinage introduced a large number of different denominations. Coins of fine workmanship were produced in a screw press in 1561, called ‘Mill Money’, but due to the presses being slow and inefficient it was stopped in 1572. 
Our reproduction and replica Tudor coins include Sovereign, Angel, Groat, Shilling and Crown.
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Henry VIII & Jane Seymour Groat
Obverse: Crowned royal arms with fleur de lys in first and fourth quarters and lions in the secon..
Henry VIII Groat
Obverse: Crowned bearded bust of Henry VIII turned to right, wearing a cloak fastened by a brooch..
Edward VI Sovereign
Obverse: Crowned half length figure of King Edward VI in armour right, holding sword over right s..
Edward VI Shilling
Obverse: Elegant bust of Edward VI facing right with thin neck, wearing crown. Text around EDWARD..
Mary Fine Sovereign
Obverse: Queen Mary enthroned holding orb in left hand and sceptre in right hand, portcullis at f..
Philip and Mary Groat
Obverse: Crowned bust of Mary facing left. Text around PHILIP Z MARIA D G REX Z REGI, pellet stop..
Philip and Mary Shilling
Obverse: Busts of Philip and Mary facing each other with a large crown above with date divided to..
Elizabeth I Quarter Angel
Obverse: St. Michael represented as a winged figure standing with both feet on a dragon about to ..
Elizabeth I Pound
Obverse: Old crowned bust of Elizabeth I with profusion of hair, with elaborate jewelled dress to..
Elizabeth I Groat
Obverse: Crowned small bust of Elizabeth I, left in plain dress with plain straps. Text around EL..