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1562 Elizabeth I Hammered Silver Sixpence MM Pheon

1562 Elizabeth I Hammered Silver Sixpence MM Pheon Obverse

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A very collectable and high graded hammered silver Sixpence of Queen Elizabeth the First, dated 1562 from her third/fourth coinage. A crisp Pheon mint mark appears to both sides. Struck at the Tower mint of London. The obverse features the crowned bust of the queen, facing left with a rose behind. The reverse shows a long cross fourchee, quartering a shield of royal arms with the date above. Elizabeth I came to the throne in 1558. While the portrait on this coin was probably reasonably accurate, a similar image of the queen was used on her money until her death in 1603. Spink 2561.
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3rd/4th issue. Crowned and robed bust type 1F of Elizabeth I facing left, rose behind. Inner circle: 17.5 millimeters. Legend: 'ELIZABETH : D .' G .' AN : FR .' ET · HI .' REGINA'. Mint mark: Pheon.


Long cross fourchee over square toped shield of royal arms. Date over: 1562. Legend: 'POSVI DEV .' ADIVTOREM : MEV .''. Mint mark: Pheon.


EF - A light tone with a full flan, date weakly struck but otherwise excellent details especially bust: Extremely Fine.


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