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1630-1631 Charles I Hammered Gold Crown MM Plumes

1630-1631 Charles I Hammered Gold Crown MM Plumes Obverse

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A collectable gold hammered Crown of King Charles the Second with a clear Plumes mint mark to both sides. This indicates that the coin was struck at the Tower Mint of London in the year 1630 or 1631. The obverse features the third crowned bust of Charles I, facing left, with the lower bust noticeably protruding through the beaded circle and into the legend at the bottom. A roman ‘V’ to the right of the bust flags the denomination: five Shillings, or a Crown. The reverse shows a crowned ornate oval shield of arms with the letters C and R to either side for ‘Charles Rex’. The Latin legend around translates as ‘God protects his worshipers’. An attractive piece. Spink 2713A, North 2184.
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Obverse

Group B/C mule, bust 3, crown 3. Third crowned bust with a ruff - denomination 'V' behind - garment breaching the beaded circle that encloses the central motif. Legend around: 'CARLOVS · D : G : MA : BR · · FR : ET · HI : REX'. Mint mark: Plumes.

Reverse

Shield type 3, crown 4, harp 4. Crowned ornate oval shield of royal arms with C and R either side within a beaded circle, crown to top edge. Legend around: 'CVLTORES · SVI · DEVS · PROTEGIT ·'. Mint mark: Plumes.

Grade

GF - Good flan with some historic creasing creating weak areas, otherwise Good Fine.

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