SKU: 5470

£1,950.00

Well detailed and with a splendid even steely grey tone, a delightful example.

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Charles I (1625-1649), silver Sixpence, 1643, Oxford mint, English civil war coinage (1645-1649), m.m. book/book. Obv. Crowned bust facing left, plume before, mark of value behind. Rev. Declaration in three lines, three Shrewsbury plumes above, date below. 3.08g, die axis 5h (S.2981; North 2459; Brooker 954). Small edge split, otherwise well detailed and with a splendid even steely grey tone, a delightful example. Good very fine and a rare coin in this grade.

Provenance
Ex. Spink Auction 14006, 22/09/2014, Lot 352

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S.2981; North 2459; Brooker 954

Rarity

A rare coin in this grade