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1629 Charles I Hammered Gold Unite. ‘Heart’ over ‘Anchor’ mintmark

H049CH11629-REV

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£3,250.00
A very desirable gold hammered Unite of king Charles the First, struck at the tower mint in London under the king. The obverse features the crowned bust of the king facing left with the robes clearly breaking into the border and the mint mark of ‘Heart’, with the roman numeral XX behind represent the value of 20 shillings. The reverse shows the crown with a single arch over the plain style shield of royal arms, with a mint mark of ‘Heart’ over a very clear struck ‘Anchor’. This coin is possibly a ‘Mule’ we're the die of one class has been struck with the die of another class, in this case the die from the class B ie. S2687 has had the ‘Heart’ amended over ‘Anchor’ and struck with the later class B ie S2688, making a coin of good ‘eye appeal’ and numismatically very interesting and exceptionally collectable.
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Obverse

Group B. Tower, Under the king. Second crowned bust of king Charles I facing left in a ruff, more elongated bust braking into the border legend. XX behind for 20 shillings. CAROLVS D:G:MAG:BR:FR:ET HI:REX. Mint mark ‘Heart’

Reverse

Group B. Crowned of single arch over plainer shield of royal arms. FLORENT CONCODIA REGINA mm ‘Heart’ over ‘Anchor’