SKU: 5357

£1,050.00

A pleasing deep tone, evenly struck, a presentable example.

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Charles I (1625-1649), silver Halfcrown, 1643-1644, York mint, English civil war coinage (1642-1649), type 6, m.m. lion/lion. Obv. King on horseback facing left, holding sword, EBOR below. Rev. Oval garnished shield of arms, crowned C and R at sides. 14.64g, die axis 12h (S.2868). Small dig on horses rear ankle, deeply toned, evenly struck, a presentable example. Good very fine.

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Ex. Spink Auction 6013, 29/06/2006, Lot 371.

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S.2868