"Henry VIII (1509-47) gold Angel ND, 1st Coinage of 1509-26, Portcullis Crowned, a pleasing coin on a broad flan without cracks, gorgeous surfaces, central motifs very well detailed, legends wonderfully sharp and easy to read, old-gold reddish toning. An excellent example of this coinage." Angels and half angels continued to be struck into the reign of Henry VIII but were raised in value in 1526, the angel going from seven shillings to seven shillings six pence. Specification: gold, 80 grains. Very RARE.