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BRITISH HAMMERED.

Reign Date
Seaby No. Condition Price

Shillings.
Elizabeth I





1586
S.2577 6th issue. mm crescent over escallop / cresent. Pleasant




GF, nicely round. £72
Charles I





1625-49
S.2800 Tower under Parliament. Type 4 (4). mm (R) F/+, but




obv bust mostly gone. £25

Sixpences.
Elizabeth I





1567
S.2562 3rd issue. mm eglantine. GF/+, but obv deliberately scr'd £25

1583
S.2578a 6th issue. mm A NF in parts, fully round £25

1596
S.2578b 6th issue. mm key GF+, obv flatter and wrinkled £50

Groats.




Henry VI





1422-61
S.1859 Rosette-mascle issue, Calais. mm plain cross. GVF+




very sharp details; but holed at 6 o'clock. £57
Henry VIII.





1509-47
S.2403 Posthumous issue, Tower mint, Bust 6. mm grapple AF/F £110

Threepence.
Elizabeth I

1575
S.2566 4th issue mm eglantine GF+, obv wkr, dark £25






Half-Groat.




Edward III





1327-77
S.1581 Pre-treaty. York Series E. VF/+ £65

Pennies.
Richard I - the Lionheart.





1189-99
S.8008 Anglo-Gallic denier , with his actual name on the coin -




(all British coins of his have his father's name - Henry II




so this is the only way to have his coin with his name).




Minted in Poitou, obv legend "Ricardus Rex", rev Pic




Tavie Nsis. VF/AVF, from a recent French hoard. £115






Aethelred II





978-1016
S.1148 Crux type of Canterbury. +Lifinc M-O Caent N.770 GVF/+




With old Seaby ticket from 1975 (as old S.667 !) £425

978-1016
S.1151 Long Cross type, Lincoln mint +Pulfric M O Linc. GF++




Porous - a find piece from the Sequanes area of France £225
Henry III





1216-47
S.1356c Short Cross Cl 7c Winchester ? Willlem (on Wi) F £30

1216-47
S.1356c Short Cross Cl 7c Canterbury Rog(er on) Cant GF/+ £35

1247-72
S.1369 Long Cross Cl 5c London (?) Fair, but decipherable £12
Edward I





1272-1307
S.1393 New coinage, class 3g. GVF+, very sharp, but holed. £25






Three farthings.




Elizabeth I





1575
S.2571 Fourth issue. mm eglantine Fair, but fully round;




date and mintmark clear. Scarce £75






IRISH.
Shilling.




James I 1603-25
S.6516 2nd coinage, 4th bust mm rose GF++, pleasant portrait




and reverse harp. £70