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Angel Gold Coins


The Angel was introduced in 1465 and remained in production until 1642. A high value coin, it ranged from six shillings and 8 pence, to eleven shillings in later years. The name was derived from the design of archangel Michael slaying a dragon. The Angel coin would later be replaced by the Guinea.


1499 -1502 Henry VII Gold Angel mm Anchor

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from £1,716

Edward IV Angel -

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from £1,875

Henry VIII Angel - Good Fine

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from £2,005

Henry VII Angel - Fine

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from £2,040

1471-83 Edward IV Hammered Gold Angel Second Reign

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from £2,264

Henry VII Angel - Good Fine

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from £2,387

1504-5 Henry VII Hammered Gold Angel mm Cross-crosslet.

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from £2,414

Henry VIII Angel - Good Fine

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from £2,687

1505-9 Henry VII Hammered Gold Angel

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from £2,688


The first Angel was minted in 1465 under the reign of Edward IV and was patterned after the French angelot coin. Weighing approximately five grams the coins value varied under numerous monarchs over the years. It’s final iteration under James I saw it decreased in value to ten shillings and weighing about 4.5 grams.