James I, Sixpence, 1608, Coronet Mint Mark
Second coinage, fourth bust, slight buckling, despite this a nice coin.
Reverse a little weak, but almost full flan.
£95 (P&P free)
James I, Sixpence, 1604, Lis Mint Mark
Obverse: Soft but discernible portrait, 3rd bust
Reverse: Flat topped shield of arms, date above, legend around
Grade: Fine/almost VF, slightly clipped. Reverse better.
Charles I, Silver Shilling, Tower Mint Under Parliament, Sun mm, 1645-6
Obverse: crowned bust left, with 'Briot's' bust type 4.4 with stellate collar, double arched crown, denomination mark
Reverse: square-topped shield over cross Moline, sun mm
Charles I Shilling, 5th 'Aberystwyth' Bust, Tun Mint Mark, 1636-8
Tower mint under the king. S2794. Some old scrathes and a small gouge to the obverse, maybe an original 'hate crime'!
Rev: Square topped shield with cross moline.
Grade:AVF, some clipping.
Charles I, Silver Shilling, Tower Mint, Plume Mint Mark, Group C, type 2A, 1630-31
Obv: Crowned bust left (bust 2) legend error reads, MA FR FR and mixed stops
Rev: Oval garnished shield with CR above, unusual 5 stop clusters in legend
Grade: Fine, almost full flan, with legend error
Ref: S2787, N2221
Pro: ex DNW
Charles I, Silver Shilling, Tower Mint, Harp Mint Mark, Group D, type 3.1, 1632-33
Obv: Crowned bust left (bust 4) denomination behind
Rev: Oval garnished shield with CR either side
Grade: AVF/F, nice portrait
Charles I, Silver Shilling, Tower Mint, Crown Mint Mark, Group C, type 3b, 1635-6, RARE
Obv: Crowned bust left (bust 2) denomination behind, mixed stops
Rev: Oval garnished shield with plume over, pellet stops
Grade: VF, rare, plus two old tickets
Prov: ex DNW
Charles I, Halfcrown, Group III,
3rd Horseman, Type 3a3, Under Parliament, Sun Mint Mark, 1645-6
Obv: Charles on horseback, no caparisons on horse, king wears a cloak that flies from shoulder, legend around
Rev: oval garnished shield, legend around
Grade: fine, some clipping to edges, originally well centred
Commonwealth, 1649-60, Silver Half Groat
After the death of Charles I, the coat of arms was relaced by the St. Georges Cross and the Irish Harp.
The denomination was indicated by the 'II' above.
£70 (P&P Free)
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