Waterford Penny of Germyn Lynche -
The coin is 15.1 mm in diameter and weighs 0.40 gm, an underweight penny (the Irish standard was 0.50g), and the obverse clearly shows the monarch’s name to be RICARD. Unlike the Waterford Cross and Pellets coins listed by Spink, this coin has lis by the neck and not annulets, and has no quatrefoil on the reverse. Believed to be the final issue of Germyn Lynche from Waterford in 1483-4, and is filly described in a BNS Research Blog article. Images courtesy of Alan Smith.