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1645-1646 Charles I Hammered Silver Halfgroat Group G MM Sun

1645-1646 Charles I Hammered Silver Halfgroat Group G MM Sun Obverse

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£80.00
A collectable hammered silver Halfgroat of King Charles the First with the Sun mint mark of to both sides, indicating that this coin was struck in the year 1645 or 1646 at the Tower mint of London. During this period of the mint was controlled by Parliament but continued striking images of the king. The obverse features the seventh, older bust type of Charles I with a pointed beard, facing left. The Roman numerals ‘II’ appear behind, indicating the two pence value of the coin. The reverse shows an ornate oval shield of royal arms within a beaded circle. This coin comes with an old B A Seaby ticket/envelope from January 1965. Group G, Hawkins type 3a7, Spink 2836, North 2260.
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Obverse

Group G. Tower mint under parliament. Type 3a7, seventh older crowned and draped bust, facing left with 'II' behind, all within beaded circle. Legend: 'CAROLVS · D : G : MB : F : ET : H : REX'. Mint mark: Sun.

Reverse

Ornate oval quartered shield of arms within beaded circle with legend around: 'IVITIYIA · THRONVM · FIRMAT'. Mint mark: Sun.

Grade

GF - A mid even grey tone on a full flan, slightly off struck more so on the reverse, good strong details both sides and no real issues for good Fine. Comes with old Seaby purchase information.

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