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1465-1466 Edward IV Silver Groat

There are several variations of Edward IV silver groats. 

This silver groat is dated 1465-1466, and depicts the sun mintmark on both sides of the coin. This groat us from the light coinage of Edward IV.

If you are after a particular variation, please contact us. 


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It seems that the word groat originated from the Italian grosso meaning large, after the coin of that name first issued in Venice in 1201. The Venetian grosso was originally valued at 24 pence (piccioli), but later rose to 32 pence. English groats were first issued in 1279, and have always been issued as 4 pence.

Edward IV was the head of the Yorkist Dynasty, who deposed the Lancastrian King Henry VI in 1461 and claimed the throne for himself, he was briefly deposed in 1470 but reinstated the following year, reigning until his death in 1483.

The different variations can be distinguished by the designs on the obverse and reverse.

The sun mintmark represents years 1465-6. The variations include quatrefoils, trefoils or crosses at the neck of the portrait, and sometimes none at all. There are also marks to reprsent the city mint. A "B" on the breast will indicate Bristol, "C" for Coventry and "∩" for Norwich and "ε" for York.

We have listed the details on the obverse and reverse of the groats we have in stock under the obverse and reverse fields. 

Spink Ref, 2000, 2002, 2008, 2011.


The typical facing portrait of the time, mintmark sun, rosette stops and quatrefoils at the neck. 



Inscriptions in two outer circles, inner circles with 3 pellets, mintmark sun.


Date1465 - 1466
Issuing Monarch Edward IV (1461 - 1470) & (1471 - 1483)
CountryUnited Kingdom
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Bullion coins are provided as is and on occasion may have some minor scratches or edge knocks. These are not regarded as faulty or damaged goods as their precious metal content and value as a bullion coin is not affected. Any coin sold for a value less than a 180% intrinsic is considered a bullion coin.

Gold investment products are VAT free. Silver investment products are inclusive of VAT at the current rate unless otherwise stated.

All investment products are based on the live precious metal price. Prices will be fixed once the item has been added to the basket and recalculates just before checking out. 

If your product is not a graded coin and is considered a bullion item, it should be noted that these are bought and sold on low premiums over their precious metal content and not solely for aesthetic purposes; therefore, some products may have edge knocks and/or marks. These edge knocks and marks do not alter the specifications of the coins.

Please note that all investment products are exempt from the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 and therefore customers do not have the right to cancel their order once the order has been accepted. If customers no longer wish to go ahead with their investment purchase, there is an option to sell the products back to Chard (1964) Ltd instead. View our current buy back prices.

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If you require any assistance, please do not hesitate to call the showroom on +441253343081 and one of our team can discuss your purchase. 

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