SKU: 9244

£1,650.00

London (Tower) mint. A deep, rich, old iridescent cabinet tone, the portrait pleasing.

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Edward VI (1547-1553), silver Shilling, 1551-1553, London (Tower) mint, third period (1550-1553), fine silver issue (1551-1553), m.m. tun/tun. Obv. Facing bust, rose in left field, mark of value in right. Rev. Long cross forcheé over coat of arms within inner circle. 6.13g, die axis 8h (S.2482; North 1937). A few small contact marks beneath a deep, rich, old iridescent cabinet tone, the portrait pleasing. Formerly slabbed and graded by NGC as AU50 (now removed from slab) with accompanying slab ticket.

Provenance
Ex. CNG, Retail Price List, ($1750), with old ticket
Ex. Spink Numismatic Circular, LXIII.12, December 1955, item 9790

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References

S.2482; North 1937

Old Ticket