SKU: 9289

£220.00

‘Briot’s’ bust type 4.4. Tower mint. An attractive grey tone and pleasing portrait.

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Charles I (1625-1649), silver Shilling, 1642-1649, London (Tower) mint, under Parliament (1642-1649), ‘Briot’s’ bust type 4.4, Group F, m.m. Eye/Eye. Obv. Sixth large ‘Briot’s’ bust facing left with double arched crown and stellate lace collar, mark of value behind. Rev. Square topped shield of arms over cross moline. 5.86g, die axis 2h (S.2800; North 2232). The flan a little irregular and some weakness to the high-points, otherwise with an attractive grey tone and pleasing portrait. Very fine.

With old ticket.

Provenance
Ex. Vosper, October, 2009
Ex. D. Dorrington

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Country

Period

Ruler

Phase

Date

Production Method

Metal

Denomination

Condition

Mint

Mint mark (obverse)

Mint mark (reverse)

Type

'Briot's' bust type 4.4

Series

Weight

References

S.2800; North 2232

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