SKU: 7373

£3,950.00

Fourth head, very small ties. A well centered coin, cleanly struck on a broad flan, the portrait superb.

Sold - Dec 22

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James I (1603-1625), gold Laurel, 1624, third coinage (1619-1625), fourth head, very small ties, m.m. trefoil/trefoil. Obv. Fourth laureate and draped bust facing left, mark of value in roman numerals in field behind. Rev. Long cross fleury over crowned shield of arms. 9.06g, die axis 8h (S.2638B; North 2114; Not listed in Schneider collection). Small etched ‘x’ in reverse field which doesn’t detract from this well centered coin, cleanly struck on a broad flan, the portrait superb. Good very fine or better.

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Fourth head, very small ties

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S.2638B; North 2114; Not listed in Schneider collection

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