I think a U.S. grading service would put this coin in the low EF range, judging the soft areas due to weakness of strike rather than wear. In particular, the reverse is very strong. I would set a floor at $300. Your coin easily tops the examples in the link that sold at 280 to 350 AUD. This monarch's coins are ever-popular. https://www.coinarchives.com/w/resu...&results=100
I agree. I think your portrait is as good as the top coin in that coinarchives link (and that buyer had fees on top of the posted price), and I think this is what you pay for with a Henry VIII coin.
I dropped almost as much for a super Henry VII coin a couple of years ago. It was an act of love... my wife has a small collection of Tudor and Stuart monarchs, and wanted to upgrade from a Henry VII half groat.