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1672 Charles II Silver Crown Vicesimo Qvarto

1672 Charles II Silver Crown VICESIMO QVARTO Obverse

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£275.00
A collectable silver Crown of King Charles the Second dated 1672, the obverse features the third laureate bust of the king, facing right. The reverse shows crowned cruciform shields around a central garter star, the arms representing England, Ireland, France and Scotland. Interlinked Cs in the angles of the shields along. An interesting variant with no stop after ‘HIB’ on the reverse. Edge lettering includes the regnal year: ‘VICESIMO QUARTO’. 1672 marked the beginning of the Third Anglo-Dutch War and the issuing of the Declaration of Indulgence which extended religious liberty to Protestant nonconformists and Catholics. An affordable and interesting piece. Spink 3358.
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Obverse

Third laureate, draped bust, facing right of Charles II. Legend: 'CARLOVS · II · DEI · GRATIA'.

Reverse

Crowned cruciform shields of arms with interlinked Cs in the angles, garter star in the centre. Legend: 'MAG · BR · FRA · ET · HIB REX · 1672'. No stop after 'HIB'.

Edge

Raised lettering: 'DECVS · ET · TVTAMEN · ANNO · REGNI · VICESIMO · QUARTO * · *'.

Grade

AF/F - Medium grey tone. Obverse has a die flaw through ‘CAROLVS’ and a there’s a scratch under the chin. Otherwise about Fine grade, reverse better as is often the case with Charles II Crowns.

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