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1551 Edward VI Shilling MM ‘y’

1551 Edward VI Shilling MM ‘y’ Reverse

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A collectable hammered silver Shilling of King Edward the Sixth with the mint mark of ‘y’ representing struck at Southwark in the year 1551, the obverse features facing bust of the young king with XII at the side representing 12 pence or a Shilling, there are varieties of this bust type.The reverse shows the cross over quartered shield representing England and France.
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Facing bust of King Edward VI  with a rose left and XII right. EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX mm ‘y’


Cross Fluery over square shield of royal arms. POSVI DEV ADVITORE MEV