Wildwinds

WindWinds DataBank, English Coins Index by Seaby Number

SE2Celtic Gallo-Belgic Type A AV Stater. Late Second-Mid First Century BC. Head of Apollo left / horse & charioteer left. Van Arsdell 12-1, Scheers 66.
SE7Celtic, Ambiani. Circa 60 BC. AV Stater. Gallic War Type, Gallo-Belgic E. Blank / Disjointed horse right; crescents & pellets in ex.
SE11Celtic England, The Ambiani AV Stater. Circa 60-50 BC. Gallo-Belgic class E IV; Gallic War issue. Plain bulge (remnants of the head of Apollo) / Disjointed horse right; eye to left, crescents around. Van Arsdell 56-1, Scheers 155.
SE14Celtic Gaul. The Coriosolites. Circa 75-50 BC. Billon Stater. Stylized male head right / Horse & charioteer right; boar below.
SE15Celtic, Coriosolites Billon Stater. Circa 1st century BC. Celticized head right, with pointed nose / Disjointed horse right with remains of charioteer above; whip ends in four pellets, boar below. D&T 2340; SCBC 15.
SE16Celtic Gaul. The Coriosolites. Circa 75-50 BC. Billon Stater. Stylized male head right / Horse & charioteer right; boar below.
SE22Celtic Britain, Durotriges AV Stater. Uninscribed. Circa 65-58 BC. Chute type. Devolved head of Apollo right / Disjointed horse standing left; pellets above, bean to right, crab below. Hobbs 36; Van Arsdell 1205-1.
SE29Celtic Britain, Corieltauvi AV Stater. Uninscribed. Circa 55-45 BC. Devolved head of Apollo right / Disjointed horse galloping left; yoke and pellets above, bean to left, star below head, pellet above gate below. Hobbs 204; Van Arsdell 805.
SE31Celtic, Britain. Iceni AV Stater. Uninscribed. Circa 65-45 BC. Norfolk Wolf type. Devolved head of Apollo right / Wolf standing left; pellets, leaf, and bean above, pellet and crescent below. Hobbs 217; Van Arsdell 610-2.
SE32Celtic Britain, Trinovantes AV Stater. Uninscribed. Circa 55-45 BC. Whaddon Chase Type. Devolved head of Apollo right; two "wings" above the laurel wreath / Horse galloping right; winged annulet and pellets above, bean to right, pellet-in-annulet below. Hobbs 321; Van Arsdell 1476-5.
SE38Celtic Britain, Atrebates AV Stater. Uninscribed. Circa 55-45 BC. Remic QB Type. Bulge (degraded Apollo head) / Horse galloping right with triple tail, degraded charioteer above (resembling a scorpion); six-spoked wheel and crescent below, crescent to left. Hobbs 468; Van Arsdell 216-1.
SE60English Celtic, The Durotridges, AR or billon stater. 60 BC - 20 AD, Disintegrated face right / Disintegrated horse right.
SE62British Celts, Thames and South, c.50 BC to 50 AD, tin unit. Crude head right / Bull right.
SE80Celtic Britain, The Atrebates, Tincomarus (Tincommius). Circa 45-10 BC. AV Quarter Stater. COMF in incuse panel / TI-C, horse rearing left. Hobbs 842, Van Arsdell 388-1.
SE83British Celts, Tincommius. c 20 BC - 5 AD. TINCOM, head right / Eagle facing, wings open, head right, holding snake in beak. Nash 194: Von-Arsdell 397-1.
SE120Celtic Britain, Atrebates, Verica AV Stater. Second coinage, circa 20-25 AD. COM F in incuse rectangle / Warrior, holding spear, on horseback right. Hobbs 1146; Van Arsdell 500-1.
SE125Celtic Britains, Atrebates, Verica AV Quarter Stater. First Coinage, struck 10-20 AD. COM F in incuse rectangle / Horse standing right. Hobbs 1207; Van Arsdell 467-1.
SE126Celtic England, The Atrebates. Verica AV Quarter-stater. Circa 10-40 AD. COM FILI around thunderbolt / Horse galloping right; VIR above, pellet in annulet below. Hobbs 1217; Van Arsdell 468-1.
SE132Celtic Britain, Atrebates, Verica AR Unit. Second Coinage, struck 20-25 AD. VERICA COMMI F around large central ring (shield?) / Lion leaping right; crescent above. Hobbs 1332; Van Arsdell 505-1.
SE201Celtic Britain, Trinovantes, Addedomaros AV Stater. Circa 40-30 BC. Six-armed spiral of wreaths / Horse galloping right; pellets in annulets around, cornucopiae below. Hobbs 2396; Van Arsdell 1620-1.
SE286Celtic Britain, Trinovantes, Cunobelin AV Stater. Circa 10-43 AD. Plastic type. CA MV flanking grain ear / Horse galloping right; branch and pellet above, pellet below tail, pellet below horse. Hobbs 1819; Van Arsdell 2010-3.
SE288Celtic England, The Trinovantes. Cunobeline AV Stater. 10-43 AD. Classic Type, Trinovantian X. CA-MV flanking grain-ear with central stalk / CVNO, Romanized horse right; branch above. Van Arsdell 2027-1.
SE292Celtic Britain, Trinovantes, Cunobelin AV Quarter Stater. Circa 10-43 AD. Linear type. Grain ear / Horse galloping right; branch above. Hobbs 1837; Van Arsdell 1927-1.
SE356British Celts, Eppillus, c. 25-35 AD, AR unit. EPATI Head of Hercules right / Eagle facing, wings open, head left. Van Arsdell 580-1; Nash 212.
SE357Celtic Britain, Trinovantes, Epaticcus AR Unit. Circa 35-43 AD. Winged Victory seated right on chair, holding wreath / Boar charging right below tree. Hobbs 2294; Van Arsdell 581-1.
SE366Celtic Britain. Durotriges AR Stater. ca 65 BC - 45 AD. Cranborne Chase type. Stylized head of Apollo right / Disjointed horse left; pellets above, pellet below, pellet in lozenge above tail, zigzag and pellet pattern between two parallel exergue lines. Van Arsdell 1235-1.
SE434Celtic, The Iceni. Mid-Late 1st Century BC. AR Unit. Regular Face/Horse type, attributed to Queen Boudicca. Head right; branch behind; triskeles-like symbol before / Horse right; wheel above, lozenge below.
SE630Celtic Britain, the Cantii Potin 22mm Unit. ca 100 BC. Celticized head of Apollo right / Celticized bull right, made of curved lines. VA 114.
SE764Anglo-Saxon, 'Crispus' Issue, Circa 660-670 AD. Pale AV Thrymsa. London mint. CBISPVO COB CAES, helmeted & draped bust right, helmet shown as a crest over corn-rowed hair / +RASEAC, & in Runic script, DELAIONA (of London), crude wreath enclosing a cross on a base, limbs terminating in pellets-in-annulets, two crosses in the lower quarters; in exergue, uncertain (Runic?) symbol. Sutherland 27, North 18.
SE782Anglo-Saxon, Primary Sceattas of East Anglia. ca 680-710. AR Sceatta, series Z imitative. Facing head with long hair, moustache & beard / long-legged canine running right, pellets in fields. Metcalf p. 138, fig.; cf. North 145.
SE790Anglo-Saxon. Circa 690-725 AD. AR Sceatta (Penny) (1.10 gm). Series E. Porcupine left with line of dots below curve, XII / Standard with annulet, X, I & crescents.
SE791Anglo-Saxon Secondary Sceattas of Northumbria, York. ca 720s AD. AR Sceatta, Series J, Type 85. Diademed head right / bird perched right on cross; quatrefoil, trefoils, & annulets in field. Metcalf 293; North 128.
SE792Anglo-Saxon, York. Circa 710-725. AR Sceatta (Penny). Series J, Type 37. Confronted heads with cross on base between them / Cross with four circling birds within double border. Metcalf 296, BMC 166, North 135.
SE822England, Early Anglo-Saxon Period, 710-760, Base AR Sceatta (11mm). Bust right with cross. Rev. Standing figure holding two crosses.
SE847Anglo-Saxon Kings of Northumbria, Eadberht (737-758) AR Sceatta (Penny). •EOTBEREhTVG, small cross / Fantasic animal right, with raised tail and raised foreleg, surrounded by four pellet-in-ring motifs. Pirie Group A, BMC 7, North 177.
SE849Kings of Northumbria, Alchred AR Sceat. 765-774 AD. Small cross at center, AL.CH RED around. / fantastic animal right, with long tail & raised foreleg, cross below. North 179.
SE852Archbishop of York, Ecgberht AR Sceat. ca 732/4-766 AD (during the reign of his brother, Eadberht, King of Northumbria). Mitred figure right, holding two crosses; at right, ECgberhT A R. / Small cross at center, EOTberehTvr around. North 192.
SE854Archbishop of York, Ecgberht AR Sceat. ca 765-766 AD (during the reign of Ahlred, King of Northumbria). Small cross at center, EcgberhT A R around. / Small cross at center, Alnhrdh around. North 193v.
SE857Kings of Northumbria, Aethelred I AR Sceat. 2nd Reign, 789-796 AD. Small cross at center, ED + LRED around. / triangular shrine with cross atop; CVD CLS divided. North 184.
SE860Anglo-Saxon Kings of Northumbria, Eanred (810-841) AE 11mm Styca. Moneyer Eadwulf. + EANRED REX, cross / + EADWVLF, small cross. North 186.
SE861Eanbald II, Archbishop of York, 796-835 AD. + EVNBALDV around cross / + EDILVARD around cross.
SE862Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Northumbria, Eanred (ca 810-841 AD) Æ Styca. Moneyer Herred. +EANRED REX, cross / H + ERRED, pellet.
SE865Anglo-Saxon Kings of Northumbria, Aethelred II, first reign, 841-844, AE Styca or Sceat (12mm). Moneyer Mohne. + EDILRED REX, cross / + MOHNE, cross.
SE868Anglo-Saxon Kings of Northumbria, Aethelred II, 2nd reign, 844-849, AE Styca or Sceat (12mm). + EDILRED REX, cross / + moneyer's name around cross.
SE874Kings of Kent, Ecgberht AR Penny. ca 780 AD, Canterbury mint. Small REX monogram (Rx) at center, EGCBERHT around. / Three registers: top & bottom with cross between foliated scrolls, VDD in center. North 200.
SE878Kings of Kent, Anonymous AR Penny. Canterbury mint. Anonymous Issue of 822-823 AD. Profile Ceolwulf diademed portrait facing right; + SWEFHERD MONETA around. / In four lines: DOROBERNIA CIVITAS; cross pattee between pellets above, pellets below. North 221.
SE881Kings of Kent, Baldred AR Penny, ND. Draped & diademed bust right; + BALDRED REX around. / Cross Moline at center; EDELMOD MONTA around. North 217v.
SE885Archbishops of Canterbury, Aethelheard AR Penny. Second Issue, ca 793-796 AD, during the reign of Offa, as Overlord. Three registers: AEDILHEARD ARCGI, pellets at bottom / three registers: at top, M between lunettes; in rest, + OFFA REX, pellets at bottom. North 229.
SE889Archbishops of Canterbury, Wulfred AR Penny. Type 3, struck 805-823 AD. Tonsured, draped facing bust within inner circle, three pellets on either side of head; + VVLFRED A,RCHIEPI / Central monogram, + SVVEFHERD MONETA around. BMC 26, North 240/1.
SE904Kings of Mercia, Offa AR Pennyn. Canterbury mint. Light Coinage, Group I, ca 784-787. Moneyer Eoba. Beaded cross with A or K finials, beaded annulet center with small cross pattee within; OFRM around in angles / Celtic cross pattee, with annulet center, small cross within pellet in each angle; EOBA around in angles. North 261v.
SE905Kings of Mercia, Offa AR Penny. Canterbury mint, struck c. 787-792. Group II; Light Coinage. Portrait issue. Draped & diademed bust right; OFF REX in four lines. / Floriate cross with lozenge center, small cross within; IBBA in angles. North 301.
SE907Anglo-Saxon Kings of Mercia, Offa (757-796 AD) AR Penny. m/+OFFA/REX / VVIL/HVN, crosses around. Moneyer Wilhun. Blunt 104, North 324.
SE909Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Mercia, Cynethryth, wife of Offa, AR Penny. Struck circa 787-792. Canterbury mint; Eoba, moneyer. Draped bust right, fine radiate lines in hair; \E•×\B•A• before, \ behind / +CFNE •R•Y •R•EGIN•A, Mercian 'm' with bar & pellets in central circle. Cf. Blunt 119; SCBI 16 (Norweb), 93; North 339.
SE910Kings of Mercia, Cynethrith, Wife of Offa, AR Penny. Canterbury mint, struck c. 784. + CfnedRed REGINA around inner beaded circle containing Mercian M / quatrefoil with lis at angles; + ETBA on quatrefoil leaves. North 340.
SE915Kings of Mercia, Coenwulf AR Penny. Canterbury mint, ca 805-810. Cross & Wedges issue; Group II, Portrait type. Sigeberht, moneyer. + COENVVLF REX M, diademed & draped bust right / + SIGEBERHTI MONETA, cross pommee with wedge in each angle. North 344.
SE919Kings of Mercia, Coenwulf AR Penny. East Anglian mint, ca 810-820. Portrait type of crude style; Early Group. + CONVVLC VEX M, diademed & draped bust right / quatrefoil with beaded dividers; +LVL around the leaves, with single pellet also. North 363.
SE929Kings of Mercia, Beornwulf (823-825 AD) AR Penny. East Anglian mint. Type II, Portrait type. Moneyer Eacga. + BEORNPVLF RE, bareheaded draped bust right (the drapery indicated by two back-to-back crescents) / central cross crosslet; + GAEVC (moneyer, Eacga) around. North 397.
SE930Kings of Merci, Beornwulf AR Penny. East Anglian mint. Crude Profile Portrait type. PEORVULF REX, diademed draped bust right (the portrait highly schematic & debased) / + EADGAR in two lines, divided by two North 397cf.
SE938Anglo-Saxon Kings of Mercia, Burgred (852-874) AR Penny. Lunette Type A, circa 868-874. London mint; Guthhere, moneyer. BVRGRED REX, schematic diademed & draped bust right / MON ETA in unbroken lunettes above & below, three pellets flanking each, name of moneyer (GVDHERE,TIDEHELM) in middle register. SCBI 4 (Copenhagen), 72; North 423.
SE939Kings of Mercia, Burgred (852-874 AD) AR Penny. Profile Portrait type. BVRGRED REX, schematic diademed draped bust right / inscription in lunette of three lines: MON ETA in upper & lower registers, divided by two single lines with hook-like ends; in central: + LIAFMA / N (on upper register). North 426.
SE944Kings of Mercia, Ceolwulf II (874-879/80 AD) AR Penny. Cross-Lozenge type. Diademed & draped bust right; CIOLWL F REX, three pellets ending. / cross crosslet with lozenge-shaped center, plain small cross within; LIOFVALD MONET in the quarterd angles. North 429.
SE945BKings of East Anglia, Beonna (ca 749-760 AD or later) AR Sceat-Penny. Interlace type. Runic inscription: BEONNA around central pellet / interlaced quatrefoil with central pellet, three pellets in each angle. North 430.
SE953Kings of East Anglia, Aethelweard (ca 845-855 AD) AR Penny. Central circle, large Anglican A within; AEÐELVVEARD REX around large A within. / central circle with cross pattee within, pellet in each angle; + EADMVND MN (runic O?) around. North 450.
SE954Kings of East Anglia, Eadmund (855-869 AD) AR Penny. Central circle, large alpha or A within; + EADMV?D REX around. / Central circle with cross pattee within, pellet in each angle; + EADIIALD MON (Eadwuld) around (retrograde letters). North 456.
SE960VIKING ENGLAND, East Anglia. St. Edmund Memorial Coinage. Circa 885-915 AD. AR Penny (1.18 gm). EAMDIOTI, large A / +EDRVNTO, cross. North 483; SCBC 961.
SE961Danish East Anglia AR Memorial Penny, St Eadmund, ca 895-910 AD. + SC EAIDI (blundered) around central circle containing large A / + PRINCIPI MS around central circle containing cross pattee. North 483v.
SE966Danish East Anglia, Alfred AR Penny. ca 880 AD. Group II. Danelaw Moneyers. +EL FR ED RE around central circle containing cross pattee / inscription in two lines: SIHUH / NE FEC in upper & lower registers, with pellets across center. North 475/1.
SE971Viking Coinage, Danelaw Imitation AR Penny. Ælfred, c.898-915. Orsnaforda type. Inscription in three lines: ELFRED+, in center, ORSNA / FORDA, along with pellets, above & below. / inscription in upper & lower registers: BERNV / ALD MO; at center, a row of three crosses. North 472.
SE988Viking Coinage at York, Cnut AR Penny. Struck ca 897, possibly a Northumbria mint. + CVN + NET + TI around central circle containing cross pattee, pellets around / inverted patriarchal cross with C N V T at ends of limbs, REX & pellets in the angles. North 501.
SE996Viking Coinage at York, Cnut AR Penny. SI EF RED VS around central circle containing large cross pattee with pellet in two opposite angles / inverted patriarchal cross with C N V T at ends of limbs, REX & pellets in the angles. North 504.
SE998Viking Coinage at York, Cnut (895-902 AD) AR Penny. ca 897 AD. Mirabilia Fecit series. + MIRABILIA FEI around central circle containing large cross pattee with pellet in two opposite angles / inverted patriarchal cross with C N V T at ends of limbs, REX & pellets in the angles. North 511.
SE1006Viking Coinage at York AR Penny. ca 905-910. St. Peter of York, 905-925 AD. Phase I coinage. In two lines: SCI PETRIMO, a cross pattee above & below, row of three pellets through center. / + EBORACE CIV around central circle containing small cross pattee. North 551.
SE1019Hiberno-Norse Viking Coinage, Anlaf Guthrithsson (939-941 AD) AR Penny. + ANLAF CVNVNCIG around central circle containting flying raven / + AÃ~PELFERD MINET RG around central circle containing small cross pattee, all among interspersed pellets. North 537.
SE1035Kings of Wessex, Ecgberht (802-839 AD) AR Penny. Canterbury mint, struck c 828-839. Portrait/DOROB type. + ECGBEA HT REX, schematic diademed draped bust right / + BOSEL MONETA around central circle containing DOROB C monogram. North 573.
SE1038Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex, Ecgberht. 802-839. AR Penny. Struck circa 828-839. Rochester mint; Beagmund, moneyer. +ECGBEORHT REX, cross potent with pellets in quarters / +BEAGMVND MONETA, cross potent with pellets in quarters. North 580a.
SE1047Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex, Aethelwulf AR Penny. Phase II ca 845-848. Canterbury mint. +EDELVVLF REX, diademed bust right / + (moneyer: M.A.HN.A. or LIABA) MONETA around circle containing cross crosslet. North 610.
SE1051Kings of Wessex, Aethelwulf (839-858 AD) AR Penny. Canterbury mint, struck ca 852-858. Phase IV coinage; inscribed cross type. + AEÃ~PELVVLF REX, bare-headed, draped bust right / + DEGBEARHT on & between limbs of beaded cross, MONETA in angles. North 618.
SE1053Kings of Wessex, Aethelberht (858-865/6 AD) AR Penny. Canterbury mint, struck 858-862/4. Inscribed cross type. +AEÃ~PELBEARHT REX, bare-headed, draped bust right / +HEABEARHT on & between limbs of beaded cross, MONETA in angles. North 620.
SE1055Kings of Wessex, Aethelred (865/6-871 AD) AR Penny. Lunette type. +AEÃ~PELRE+- REX, schematic diademed draped bust right / inscription in three lines: MON / ETA in upper & lower lunette registers, with flanking pellets; in central: +VV+INE. North 622.
SE1057Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex, Alfred the Great AR Penny. First coinage, lunette type, circa 871-875. Canterbury mint. AELBRED REX, diademed bust right / MON ETA in unbroken lunettes, with flanking pellets, above & below moneyer (DVNI or +DVDD).
SE1062Kings of Wessex, Alfred the Great AR Penny. London mint, struck ca 886 AD. Third Coinage, London monogram type. + Ã~FLFR-ED REX, diademed, draped bust right / inscription in three lines: TILVINE / MONETA above & below large, central Londonia monogram, North 646.
SE1066Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex, Alfred the Great AR Penny. Third coinage, ca 880-899 AD. London mint; Cudberht, moneyer. +ÆL FR ED RE, cross pattée / CVDB ERHT, \ . \ between. North 636.
SE1079Kings of Wessex, Edward the Elder (899-924 AD) AR Penny. Flower type. +EADVVEARD REX around central circle containing small cross pattee / large lis comprised of linear foral elements, with semicircular sides; name, BV GA within. North 660.
SE1084Kings of Wessex, Edward the Elder AR Penny. East Anglia mint. Portrait type. +EADVVEARD REX around central circle enclosing diademed & draped bust left / inscription in two lines: NEIOIR / MEICIO in upper & lower registers, pellets above & below, with three crosses across center. North 651.
SE1084 (2)Kings of Wessex, Edward the Elder AR Penny. East Anglia mint. BEAH / RED MO in two lines; three crosses in centre, cross between two trefoils at top, pellet at bottom. BMC 147 var; North 651; Spink 1084
SE1087Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex, Edward the Elder (899-924) AR Penny. Ealdwulf, moneyer. +EADVVEARD REX around small cross / •EALDV +++ VLF MO•. North 649.
SE1095Kings of All England, Aethelstan AR Penny. Norwich mint. Crowned Bust type, Moneyer, Eadgar. +Ã~FÃ~PELSTAN REX, crowned & draped bust right / + EADGAR IGO NORÃ~PP around central circle containing small cross pattee. North 675.
SE1112Eadwig AR Penny. Northwestern mint. Two-line type. + EADWWIG REX? around central circle containing small cross pattee / inscription in two lines: HERE / NOD MO in upper & lower registers, pellets above & below, with three crosses across center. North 725.
SE1113Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex, Eadred (946-55) Silver Two-Line Penny. Moneyer Wynhelm. + EA-DRE-D RE +, small cross pattee in center, blundered quatrefoil in top field, trefoils in legend right, left & at bottom / WYNNE +++ LMMO, trefoils above & below. North 706.
SE1129Anglo-Saxon Kings of All England, Eadgar AR Penny. Two-line type (HT 1 NE V), circa 959-973. Northeastern mint; Manan, moneyer. +EADGAR REX, small cross pattée / NLN/LN HO in two lines; trefoils above & below, three crosses & horizontal bar between. SCBI 6 (Edinburgh), 490.
SE1141Eadgar AR Penny. Northampton mint. Reform coinage; Reform Portrait type. + EADGAR REX ANGLO RX around central circle enclosing diademed & draped bust left / + LEOF SIG M-O HANT? around central circle containing small cross pattee. North 752.
SE1142AR Penny, ND (Bedford mint). North-763; S-1142. 1.37 grams. Edward the Martyr, 975-978 AD. Aethelstan, moneyer. Central circle, diademed and draped bust left within; + EADPEARD REX ANGL" ("N" reversed) around / Central circle, small cross pattee within; AELFSTAN M-O BEDA around
SE1143Aethelred II AR Penny. Lincoln mint, ca 978-979. Grind, moneyer. First Small Cross type. Ã~FDEL REX AELON around central circle enclosing diademed & draped bust left / + GRIND M-O LINEC around central circle containing small cross pattee. North 764.
SE1144Anglo-Saxon Kings of All England, Aethelred II AR Penny. First hand type, circa 979-985. Northampton mint; Leofsige, moneyer. Diademed bust right / +LEOFSIG P-O HAPT, manus Dei flanked by A W. SCBI 9 (Ashmolean), 443.
SE1146Anglo-Saxon Kings of All England, Aethelred II AR Penny. ca 985-991, London mint, Aelfget moneyer. +AEQELRED REX ANGLOX, diademed and draped bust right, with sceptre before / +AE MO LVND, hand of providence coming from clouds, A on left, W on right. North 768.
SE1147AEthelred II AR Penny. Southhampton mint, struck ca 991. Benediction Hand type. + Ã~FÃ~PELRÃ~FD REX ANGLORX around central circle enclosing diademed & draped bust right / + IZEGEL M-O HAMP around central circle containing Hand of God in Benediction, the last two fingers pointed upward, curved and volute sleeve & small cross. North 769.
SE1148Aethelred II, 978-1016, AR Penny. Crvx type, Canterbury mint; Eadpold, moneyer. + AEDELRED REX . ANGLO\X, draped bust left holding sceptre with trefoil head / + EADPOLD M : U CAENT around circle containing cross, C-R-V-X in angles.
SE1150Aethelred II AR Penny. Winchester, struck ca 984-991. Transitional Crux type. Aelsige, Moneyer. + Ã~FÃ~PELRÃ~FD REX ANGLORX around central circle enclosing diademed & draped bust left, without sceptre / Ã~FLFSIGE MOT PINT around central circle containing voided cross with pellet center, C R V X in angles. North 771.
SE1151Aethelred II AR Long Cross Penny. London mint, ca 997-1003, moneyer Eadpolis. +AEQELRED REX ANGL, draped and bare-headed bust left / +EADPOLIS MO LVND, long cross voided with each limb ending in three crescents. North 774.
SE1152Aethelred II AR penny. Lincolne, moneyer Osgut. +EQELRED REX ANGL., helmeted bust left, shield on shoulder / + OZ / GOE / DMO / LNI :, square with three pellets at each corner, sides bisected by long voided cross, each arm terminating in three crescents. BMC Type viii, cf 166; North 775.
SE1154Aethelred II AR Penny. Last small cross type, circa 1009-1017. Cambridge mint; Cniht, moneyer. +EDELRED REX ANGLO, diademed bust left / + CENIHT ON GRANT, small cross pattée. North 777.
SE1157Cnut AR Penny. Quatrefoil type, circa 1017-1023. London mint; Eadwine, moneyer. +CNVT REX ANGLORVM•, crowned bust left in quadrilobe / +SIBO-DA ON PINC-STRE, voided long cross on quatrefoil with pellet at each apex. North 781.
SE1158Anglo-Saxon, Cnut AR Penny. Helmet type, circa 1024-1030. Lincoln mint; Colgrim, moneyer. + CNVT REX A, helmeted bust left; sceptre before, cross behind / COLGRIM ON LINC, voided short cross, limbs united at base by two circles with no pellet in center; broken annulet enclosing pellet in each angle. North 787.
SE1159Cnut AR Penny. Exeter mint, moneyer Aelfwine, Short Cross type, ca 1029-1036. + CNVT + REC X, diademed, draped bust left, sceptre before / + AELFPINE ON ECX, short cross voided; in center, pellet in circle. North 790.
SE1159ACnut AR Penny. Short cross type, circa 1030-1036. Winchester mint; Leodmær, moneyer. Diademed bust left; lance before / +LEODMÆR ON PIN, voided short cross, in center, circle enclosing pellet. SCBI 15 (Copenhagen).
SE1163Harold I AR Penny. Lincoln, 1036-1038 AD. Jewel Cross type. Moneyer, Padlos. +HAROLD REC, diademed draped bust left / +PAÃ~PL+OS ON LNC:+ around central cross of four ovals, joined at center by two circles, with pellet within. North 802.
SE1165Harold I AR Penny. Canterbury, 1038-1040 AD. Fleur-de-Lis Cross type. Moneyer, Wulfwine or Wulfwig. +HAROLD REC, diademed, draped or cuirassed bust left; in front, a shield & sceptre / +PV LPNE ONC CNT, long voided cross, joined at center by two circles, with pellet within, in each angle a fleur-de-lis flanked by two pellets. North 803.
SE1167Harthacnut AR Penny. Bath mint, struck Spring-Autumn 1036. Jewel Cross type. +hARÃ~PA CNVT RE, diademed & cuirassed bust right / + PÃ~FDEL+L ON BAÃ~PA:, central cross of four ovals, joined at center by two circles, with pellet within. North 809.
SE1168Harthacnut AR Penny. Sole Reign. Taunton mint, June 1040-June 1042. Restoration, Arm & sceptre type. +HARÃ~P CNVT RE:, diademed & draped bust left, holding sceptre in left hand / + BOGA ON TANTVNE: around central circle containing short voided cross, over center a quadrilateral with pellet finials & center. North 811.
SE1171Edward the Confessor AR Penny. PACX type, circa 1042-1044. Exeter mint; Leofwine, moneyer. Diademed bust left; sceptre to left / +LE:OFP.INC O EC, long voided cross with terminal lunettes, pellet in annulet in center; PACX in quarters.
SE1174Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Southwark mint, 1046-1048 AD. Quadrilateral Trefoil type. Moneyer, Bru(n)man. +EDP(W?)E: RER, diademed & draped bust left, sceptre before / + BRVNME(?)N ON GVÃ~P around central circle containing short voided cross, over center a quadrilateral with finials of three pellets and one at center. North 817.
SE1175Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Small flan type, circa 1048-1050. York mint; Arngrim, moneyer. Diademed bust left / +ARNGRIN ON EO, voided short cross; annulet in 3rd quarter.
SE1176Edward the Confessor AR Light Penny. London mint, expanding cross type, ca 1050-1051, moneyer Swetman. +EDPE RD REX, diademed bust left, with sceptre with cross pommée / +SPETM•AN ON LVND(trefoil), expanding cross with circle in center. North 820.
SE1177Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Wilton mint, struck 1050-1053 AD. Expanding Cross type; heavy coinage. Moneyer, Aelfwold. +EDPER +D REEX, diademed & draped bust left, sceptre before / +ELFPOL+D ON PILTVNE around central circle containing short voided cross with expanding arms within, joined at center by quadrilateral within circle, pellet within. North 823.
SE1179Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Helmet type, circa 1053-1056. Wincester mint; Lifinc, moneyer. Helmeted bust right, holding sceptre terminating in fleur-de-lis / +LIFIND ON PINCEST, voided short cross with terminal lunettes, pellet in annulet in center. North 825;
SE1181Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Sovereign type, 1056-1059. Wallingford mint; Brand, moneyer. EADPAR X ANGLO, Edward enthroned facing, head right, holding sceptre and globus cruciger / +BRAND ON PALLI, voided cross with birds in quarters. North 827;
SE1182Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Hammer Cross Type, ca 1059-1062. York mint. Ulfcetel, moneyer. EADPAR-D REX, crowned, bearded bust right, sceptre before / + VLFCTEL ON EOFR, hammer cross, annulet in one quarter. North 828.
SE1183Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Small cross type, struck 1062-1066. +EADPARD REX AN:+, central circle, crowned, draped, & bearded bust facing within / +SPETMAN ON LVN, central circle, small cross pattee within. North 830.
SE1184Edward the Confessor AR Penny. Pyramids type, ca 1065-1066. Lincoln mint; Ulf, moneyer. + EADPARD RE, crowned bust right, sceptre before / + VLF ON LINCOLN, short filled cross; in each angle a pyramid springing from the inner circle & terminating in a pellet. North 831.
SE1186Harold II (6 January-14 October, 1066) AR Penny. York mint. Outhgrim, moneyer. + HAROLD REX ANG, crowned bust left, holding sceptre before / PAX in banner across field, +OVDGRIM ON EOF. North 836.
SE1250William the Conqueror AR Penny. Profile left type, 1066-1068. Romney mint; Wolfmaer, moneyer. +ILLEMV REXI, crowned bust left; sceptre with cross pommée before / +PVLFMÆR ON RV, cross fleury. BMC 39, North 839.
SE1251William the Conqueror AR penny. Bonnet type, London, moneyer AElfsl. + PILLEMVS REX, crowned bust facing / Cross voided with annulet in center. North 842, BMC 109.
SE1254William the Conqueror AR Penny. London mint, ca 1074-1077. Two Stars type. Moneyer, Godwin. +PILELM REX II around central circle enclosing a crowned, draped & mustachioed bust facing, star to either side / +GODPI ON LVND around central circle enclosing cross botonnee with annulet center, over quadrilateral with curved sides and pellet apexes. North 845.
SE1257William the Conqueror AR Penny. PAXS type, 1066-1068. Canterbury mint; Brihtwold, moneyer. +PILLELM REX, crowned bust facing, sceptre to right; clasp on shoulder / +BRIHTPOLD ON CNT, cross with PAXS in quarters. BMC 545, North 848.
SE1258William II Rufus AR Penny. Northampton, struck ca 1083-1086 AD. Profile type. Moneyer, Sacwine. +PILLELM REX around central circle enclosing a crowned, draped & mustachioed bust right, holding sword in right hand, arm extending to edge of flan / +SEPINE ON HMTIN around central circle enclosing cross pattee with annulet center over cross fleury. North 851.
SE1262Norman Kings of England. AR Penny, ND (London, struck c. 1095-1100). North-856; S-1262. 1.37 grams. William II (Rufus), 1087-1100 AD. Cross Fleury and Piles type. Central circle; a crowned, draped and mustached bust within, facing and holding sceptre in right hand, bust extending to edge of flan, star at right; "WILL" ("EL" blundered" "RE" / Central circle, within cross fleury, and in each angle a pile with pellet at apex: +ESTMNER ON LIII (London mint?).
SE1264Henry I (1100-35) Silver PAXS Penny. Crowned & draped bust facing, annulet & trefoil to left & right / PAX between two lines, pairs of annulets above & below, all in circle. North 859.
SE1275Henry I. 1100-1135. AR Penny. Pellets in quatrefoil type, circa 1123. Southwark mint; Algar, moneyer. hENRICVS REX, crowned bust facing, sceptre to right; star over shoulder / +ALGAR:ON:SVTW·:·, star & pellets in quatrefoil with trefoils at ends; lis in angles. North 870.
SE1276Henry I. 1100-1135. AR Penny. Type XV, circa 1125-1135. Winchester mint; Stefne moneyer. +hEN[...], crowned bust 3/4 (?) facing / +[...]EFNE:O[...], quadrilateral on cross fleury. North 871.
SE1278Stephen AR Penny. Cross Moline (Watford) type, circa 1136-1145. London mint; Wulfwine, moneyer. Crowned bust right, holding sceptre / +PVLFP ON [L]ON[...], cross moline with lis in quarters. SCBI 26 (East Anglia), 1375.
SE1279Stephen AR Penny. Lincoln mint, struck ca 1140-1145 AD, the Civil War. Watford issue type. Moneyer, Sigismund. PERERIC around central circle enclosing crowned & draped bust right, holding sceptre in right hand, bust extending to edge of flan / +S[IWA]R[D]? around central circle enclosing cross Moline with a fleur-de-lis in each angle. North 873.
SE1280Stephen. 1135-1154. AR Penny. Voided Cross & Mullets type, circa 1145-1150. Castle Rising mint; Rodbert, moneyer. [+STI]EFNE, crowned bust facing three-quarter left, holding sceptre / +RODBER[T O]N RIS, cross pattee with mullet in each angle. North 878.
SE1281Stephen. 1135-1154. AR Penny. Cross & Piles type, circa 1150-1154. Castle Rising mint; Rodbert, moneyer. +STIEFNE, crowned bust facing left, holding sceptre with lis / +RODBRET:O[N:RIS], cross fleury with pyramid & trefoil in each angle. BMC 180, North 879.
SE1309Henry, Earl of Northumberland, son of David I of Scotland. 1139-1152. AR Penny. Corebridge mint; (H)erebald, moneyer. +hENRICVS •[F RE?], crowned bust right, sceptre before / +EREBALD: ON [C]OREB:, cross moline with fleur in each angle within tressure.
SE1337Henry II, 1154-1189, AR Cut Tealby Halfpenny, Bust facing, holding sceptre / Cross with crosslets in the angles.
SE1343Henry II (1154-1189) AR Penny. Oxford mint. Ricard, moneyer. Short cross type, class 1b, ca 1180-1189. hENRICVS REX, crowned facing bust with sceptre / +RICARD . ON . OXEN, cross-crosslet. North 963
SE1343AHenry II AR Penny. Short Cross class 1a2, circa 1180. Winchester mint; Adam, moneyer. Crowned bust right, holding sceptre / +ADAM• ON• WINC, voided short cross with crosslets in quarters. SCBI 56 (Mass), 375; North 962/1.
SE1344Henry II AR Penny. London mint, struck ca 1180-1189. Short Cross type; class 1b. +hENRICVS o REX around central circle enclosing a crowned, draped & mustachioed bust facing & holding sceptre in right hand, bust extending to edge of flan / +PIERES o ON o LVND around central circle containing short voided cross, in each angle a pellet quatrefoil. North 963.
SE1345Henry II (1154-1189) AR Short Cross Penny (20mm). London mint. HENRICVS REX, crowned bust facing, holding sceptre / ON LVND, short cross with four pellets in each angle.
SE1348CRichard I, 1189-1199, AR Short Cross Penny. London mint. + hENRICVS REX, crowned bust facing, holding sceptre / WILLELM ON LVN, short cross with four pellets in each angle.
SE1350John (1199-1216) AR Penny. Short cross, class 5a. London mint, 1204-1209. +HENRICVS RE, realistic crowned facing bust with sceptre / +hENRI ON LVND, short voided cross with quatrefoils. North 968/4.
SE1351John AR Penny. Class 5b, circa 1204-1209. Johan, moneyer. +hENRICVS REX, crowned facing head & sceptre held at side / Voided short-cross with quatrefoils in angles. North 970.
SE1352King John, 1199-1216, AR Short Cross Penny. London Mint, Class 5c or 6a. hENRICVS REX, bust facing, holding sceptre / WALTER ON LVN, cross with 4 pellets in each angle.
SE1356BHenry III AR Short Cross Penny. Class 7b. HENRICVS REX, crowned bust facing, holding sceptre / IOAN ON CANTER (Canterbury mint), short cross with four pellets in each angle.
SE1356CHenry III AR Short Cross Penny. Class 7b or 7c. HENRICVS REX, crowned bust facing, holding sceptre / GIFFREI ON LVN (London mint), short cross with four pellets in each angle.
SE1357Henry III. 1216-1272. AR Penny. Short cross type, Class 8b, struck 1242-1247. London mint; Nicole, moneyer. hENRICVS: REX , crowned head facing, annulet eyes, sceptre at left / +NIChOLE ON LVN, long cross quartered with pellets. North 981/2.
SE1359Henry III. 1216-1272. AR Penny (1.41 gm). Long cross, class Ib. London mint. Crowned facing bust / +LIE TERCI' LVN, short voided cross with trefoils. North 984.
SE1361Henry III. 1216-1272. AR Penny (1.51 gm). Long cross, class IIb. Oxford mint. Crowned facing bust / WILLEM ON OXON, short voided cross with trefoils. North 985/2.
SE1362Henry III AR Penny. Canterbury mint, struck ca 1180-1189. Long Cross type, without sceptre; portrait class 3b issue. Moneyer, Nicole. +hENRICVS REX III around central beaded circle enclosing a crowned & bearded face frontal / long voided cross with pellet center and finials, over central beaded circle, with pellet trefoil in each angle: NIC OLE ONC ANT spaced around arms. North 987.
SE1363Henry III. 1216-1272. AR Penny. Hereford mint. Roger, moneyer. Long Cross type, class IIIb, circa 1248-1250. hE(HR)ICVS REX III', crowned facing head / ROG-ER O-(N h)E-REF, long-cross pommée. North 987; Seaby 1363.
SE1364Henry III. 1216-1272. AR Penny (1.47 gm). Long cross, class IIIc. Bury St. Edmunds mint. Crowned facing bust / ION ON S EDMVN, short voided cross with trefoils. North 988/.
SE1367Henry III. 1216-1272. AR Penny. Long Cross type, class Va3. Late transitional, struck 1248-1250. Bury St. Edmund's mint; Ion, moneyer. hENRICVS REX: III', crowned facing head / ION ON S CTS EM, long-cross pommée. North 991/2.
SE1368Henry III AR Long-Cross Penny. Canterbury mint, 1247-1272 AD. HENRICVS REX III, crowned facing head, holding sceptre, wedge-tailed R's, round eyes / NICOLE ON CANT, long cross with 3 pellets in each angle.
SE1382Edward I AR Penny. London, reform issue. + EDWRD x ANGL' DNS HYB, crowned bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross, three pellets in each angle.
SE1386Edward I, 1272-1307, AR Penny. Bristol mint. + EDW R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned and draped bust facing / VILLA BRISTOLLIE, long cross with three pellets in each angle. North 1015, Class 2b.
SE1389England, Edward I, 1272-1307, AR Penny (19mm). Canterbury mint. + EDW R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing / CIVITAS CANTOR, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1390Edward I AR Penny. Class 3d, circa 1280-1281. London mint. EDW R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned facing head; drapery as two wedges, half rosette at breast / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross.
SE1391Edward I AR Penny. York royal mint. +EDWA R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned draped bust facing, star on breast / CIVITAS EBORACI, long cross with three pellets in each angle. North 1020, Class 3e.
SE1394Edward AR Penny. Long cross, class 4a3, London mint. EDWARD ANGL' DNS HIB, crowned facing bust / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with trefoils. North 1023.
SE1395Edward I AR Penny. London mint. + EDW R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned and draped bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with three pellets in each angle. North 1024, Class 4b.
SE1398Edward I AR Penny. Long cross, class 4e/5b. London mint. Crowned facing bust; three pellets on breast (as class 4e), long narrow face (as class 5b) / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with trefoils. North 1027/1029.
SE1399Edward I (1272-1307) AR Penny. Canterbury mint. + EDW R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing, pellet on breast / CIVITAS CANTER, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1401Edward I, 1272-1307, AR Penny. London mint. Appears to be class 6a, with a plain cross and closed E and C, but also with a pellet on the breast. + EDW R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned and draped bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with three pellets in each angle. North 1030.
SE1402Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Penny (1.41 gm). Long cross, class 6b. London mint. Crowned facing bust / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with trefoils. North 1031.
SE1408Edward I, 1272-1307, AR Penny. York royal mint. + EDWA R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned and draped bust facing, star on breast / CIVITAS EBORACI, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1409Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Penny (1.47 gm). Long cross, class 10ab3a. London mint. Crowned facing bust / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with trefoils. North 1038/2.
SE1410England, Edward I, 1272-1307, AR Penny (18mm). London mint. + EDWA R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1411England, Edward I, 1272-1307, AR Penny (18mm). London mint. + EDWA R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1412England, Edward I, 1272-1307, AR Penny (17x18mm). London mint. + EDWA R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1414Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Penny (1.42 gm). Long cross, class 10cf5a. London mint. Crowned facing bust / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with trefoils. SCBI 39, 726 (this coin); North 1043/1.
SE1416Edward I AR Penny. Bristol mint, 1299-1301. + EDW R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing, star? on breast / VILL BRISTOLIE, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1419Edward I AR Penny. Long cross, class 4b. Canterbury mint. EDWA ANGL DNS HYB, crowned facing bust; early variety with undamaged fleur on crown, like class 4a / CIVITAS CANTOR, long cross with trefoils. North 1024.
SE1421Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Penny (1.22 gm). Long cross, class 9b. Durham mint. Crowned facing bust; star on bust , mm: cross / CIVITAS DVREME, long cross with trefoils. North 1037.
SE1423Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Penny (1.36 gm). Long cross, class 9b1. Durham mint. Crowned facing bust; star on bust , mm: cross moline / CIVITAS DVREME, long cross with trefoils. SCBI 39, 397 (this coin); North 1037/1.
SE1425Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Penny (1.36 gm). Long cross, class 9b. Exeter mint. Crowned facing bust; star on bust / CIVITAS EXONIE, long cross with trefoils. North 1037/1b.
SE1428Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Penny (1.34 gm). Long cross, class 9b1. Newcastle mint. Crowned facing bust; star on bust / VIL' NOV CASTRI, long cross with trefoils. North 1037/1.
SE1429England, Edward I, 1272-1307, AR Penny (20x21mm). York mint. + EDW R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing, crescent contraction marks / CIVITAS EBORACI, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1435Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Halfpenny (0.48 gm). Long cross, class 7/6 mule. London mint. Crowned facing bust / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with trefoils. North 1048/1047.
SE1436Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Halfpenny (0.49 gm). Long cross, class 6/8 mule. London mint. Crowned facing bust / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with trefoils. North 1047/1049.
SE1455Edward II AR Penny. Long Cross class 11a, circa 1310-1314. London mint. Crowned bust facing / Long cross pattée. North 1060/1.
SE1459England, Edward II, 1307-1327, AR Penny (17x19mm). London mint. +EDWA R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1461England, Edward II, 1307-1327, AR Penny (17x18mm). London mint. +EDWA R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1462England, Edward II, 1307-1327, AR Penny (17x18mm). London mint. +EDWA R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned & draped bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1486Edward III AV Noble. Fourth coinage, pre-treaty period, with French title, 1351-61. EDWARD : DEI o GRA o REX o ANGL o ET o FRANC o D o: HYB, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / IhC o AVTEM o TRANSIENS o P o MEDIVM o ILLORVM o IBAT, royal floriated cross: fleurs-de-lis at ends, trefoils, lions & crowns in angles, E at center. Fr 89.
SE1490Edward III AV Noble. Fr-89. Fourth coinage, pre-treaty period, with French title, 1351-61. EDWARD o DEI o GRA o REX o ANGL o ET o FRANC o D HYB, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / + IhC o AVTEM o TRANSIENS o P o MEDIVM o ILLORVM o IBAT, royal floriated cross: fleurs-de-lis at ends, trefoils, lions & crowns in angles, E at center. Fr 89.
SE1498Edward III AV ¼ Noble. Fourth coinage, pre-treaty period, 1351-61. + EDWARD x DEI x GRA x REX x ANGL, shield with coat of arms / + EXALTABITVR x IN x GLORIA, floriated cross, annulets & lions in angles. Fr 91.
SE1499Edward III AV Noble, ND. Transitional treaty period, Aquitaine title added, 1361. EDWARDVS : DEI : GRA : REX : ANGL : ET : AQVTA : D :, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / + IhC : AVTEM : TRANSIEVS : P : MEDIVM : ILLORVM : IBAT, cross with fleurs-de-lis at ends, annulets, lions & crowns in the angles, E at center. Fr 92.
SE1502Edward III AV Noble, ND. Treaty period, 1361-1369. EDWARDVS : DEI : GRA : REX : ANGL : DUS : HYB x\x AQVT, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / + IhC : AVTEM : TRANSIENS : PER : MEDIV : ILLORVM : IBAT, royal floriated cross: fleurs-de-lis at ends, triple-annulets, lions & crowns in angles, E at center. Fr 95.
SE1503Edward III AV Noble, ND. Treaty period, 1361-1369, without FRANC. EDWARDVS : DEI : GRA : REX : ANGL : DUS : HYB : AQVT, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / + IhC : AVTEM : TRANSIENS : PER : MEDIV : ILLORVM : IBAT, Royal floriated cross: fleurs-de-lis at ends, triple-annulets, lions & crowns in angles, E at center. Fr 95.
SE1505Edward III AV Noble, ND. Treaty period, 1361-1369. EDWARD : DEI : GRA : REX : ANGL : DUS : HYB x\x AQVT, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / + IhC : AVTEM : TRANSIENS : PER : MEDIV : ILLORVM : IBAT, royal floriated cross: fleurs-de-lis at ends, triple-annulets, lions & crowns in angles. Calais mint, C in reverse center. Fr 95.
SE1506Edward III AV ½ Noble, ND. Treaty period, 1361-1369. ED-WARD : DEI : G : REX : ANGL : D : HYB : AQVT, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / + DOMINE : NE : IN : RVRORE : TVO : ARGVAS : ME, Royal floriated cross: fleurs-de-lis at ends, trefoils, lions & crowns in angles, E at center. Fr 96.
SE1510Edward III AV Quarter Noble. Treaty period, regular series, 1363-1369. London mint. + EDWARD : DEI : GRA : REX : ANGL, coat-of-arms in tressure / EXCVITABITVR x IN x GLORIA, ornate cross with leopards & central lis in tressure. Schneider 84, North 1243.
SE1511Edward III AV Quarter-Noble. + EDWARD DEI GRA REX ANG, coat-of-arms in tressure / + EXALTABITVR IN GLORIA, ornate cross with leopards & central lis in tressure.
SE1521Edward III AV Noble, ND. Post-treaty period, 1369-71. Calais mint. EDW-ARD x DI x GRA x REX x ANGL x ET x FRANC x DUS : HIB : ET : AQVT, king standing in ship holding sword & shield, flag by ship / + IhC : AVTEM : TRANSIENS : PER : MEDIVM : ILLORVM : IBAT, royal floriated cross: fleurs-de-lis at ends, trefoils, lions & crowns in angles, E & pellet in center. Fr 98.
SE1546Edward III, 1344-1351 (reigned 1327-1377), AR Penny. Third (Florin coinage). + EDW R ANGL DNS HYB, crowned bust facing / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with three pellets in each angle. North 1116.
SE1565England, Edward III, 1351-1352 (reigned 1327-1377), AR Penny (16x17mm). Pre-treaty coinage. Crowned bust facing / CIVITAS DVNELMIE, long cross ending in a crozier on the top, with three pellets in each angle.
SE1613England, Edward III, 1361-1363 (reigned 1327-1377), AR Penny (16x18mm). Trasnitional treaty period, Archbishop Thoresby. + EDWARD ANGLIE DNS HIB, crowned bust facing / CIVITAS EBORACI, long cross with three pellets in each angle, & a small extra pellet in the upper right angle, quatrefoil with pellet in center.
SE1617Edward III AR Groat. London mint. Treaty Period, 1361-1369. +¾EDWARD DEI G REX ANGL DNS HYB Z AQT, crowned facing bust in tressure / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross. North 1257.
SE1648Edward III, 1369-1377 (reigned 1327-1377) AR Penny. Post-treaty period. + EDWARDVS REX ANGLIE, crowned bust facing / CIVITAS (saltire) EBORACI, long cross with quatrefoil in center, with three pellets in each angle. North 1295.
SE1655Richard II, 1377-1399, AV Noble, ND. London mint. RIC-ARD : DEI : G : REX : ANGL x\: FRANC : D : HIB x\: A, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / + IhC : AVTEM : TRANSIENS : PER : MEDIV : ILLORVM : IBAT, Royal floriated cross: fleurs-de-lis at ends, trefoils, lions & crowns in angles, R at center. Fr 100.
SE1657Richard III AV Noble, ND. 1377-1399. Ruler in ship, a lis on the rudder & trefoil by King Richard's shield / Royal floriated cross. Fr 100.
SE1662Richard II AV Noble, ND. Calais mint. RIC-ARD : DEI : G : REX : ANGL x\: FRANC : D : HIB x\x AQ, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / + IhC : AVTEM : TRANSIENS : PER : MEDIVM : ILLORV : IBAT, royal floriated cross: fleurs-de-lis at ends, trefoils, lions & crowns in angles, R at center. Fr 100.
SE1679Richard II AR Groat. + RICARD DEI : G : REX : ANGL z\ FRANC : D : HIB x\: A, facind crowned bust in polylobe / + POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM around CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with trefoils in quarters.
SE1692England, Richard II, 1377-1399, AR Penny (16mm). York mint. + RICARDVS REX ANGLE, crowned bust facing / CIVITAS EBORACI, long cross with three pellets in each angle, quatrefoil in center, saltire stops.
SE1700England, Richard II, 1377-1399, AR Halfpenny (13mm), Withers Type 2, London mint. + RICARD'xREX AnGL?, crowned bust facing / CIVITAS LOnDOn, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE1703Richard II 1377-1399 AR Farthing. London mint. +RICARD:REX:ANGLIE, large crowned head, no bust / CIVI TAS LON DON, long cross with pellets in quarters. North 1334.
SE1723Rare Henry IV AR Halfpenny. Crowned bust facing / long cross, trefoil in each quadrant.
SE1757Henry V AV Quarter Noble, ND. + HENRIC x D x G x REX x ANGL x\x FRANC, shield with coat of arms / + EXCVITABITVR x IN x GLORIA, ornamental cross, fleurs-de-lis at ends, pettets & lions in angles. Fr 111.
SE1759Henry V AR Groat. London mint; mm: pierced cross with pellet. Emaciated bust. Crowned bust facing; trefoil on breast, quatrefoil after first word / Long cross with pellets in quarters; quatrefoil after first word, double saltires after LONDON.
SE1765Henry V. 1413-1422. AR Groat. London mint; mm: pierced cross with pellet. hENRIC DI GRA REX ANGLIE Z FRANC', crowned bust facing; mullet on breast / POSVI (quatrefoil) DEVM ADIVTORE' MEVM, CIVITAS LONDON, long cross with pellets in quarters. North 1387a.
SE1797Henry VIII AR Groat. Lonon, Tower mint, mm: rose. Second coinage, 1526-1529. Crowned bust right / Royal coat of arms over long cross fourchée. North 1797.
SE1799Henry VI AV Noble, ND. First Reign, 1422-1461. London mint, Annulet issue. HENRIC x DI x GRA x REX x ANGL x\x FRANC x DNS x HI, king standing in ship holding sword & shield, annulet by the sword arm of King Henry / (fleur-de-list) IhC * AVT o TRANSIENS o PER o MEDIVM o ILLORVM o IBAT, royal cross with trefoils, lions & crowns in angles. Fr 112.
SE1805Henry VI AV ½ Noble, ND. First Reign, 1422-1461, London mint. Annulet issue. HENRIC x DI x GRA x REX x ANGL xSx VRAPC, king standing in ship holding sword & shield / (fleur-de-lis) DOMINE * NE o IN o FVRORE o TVO o ARGVAS o ME, royal cross with fleurs-de-lis at ends, triple-pellets, lions & crowns in angles, H in center. Fr 113.
SE1817Henry VI AV Noble, ND. First Reign, 1422-1461. HENRIC x DI x GRA x REX x ANGL ET FRANC x DUS x HYB, king in ship holding sword & shield / (fleur-de-list) IhC * AVT * TRANSIENS * PER o MEDIVM * ILLORVM * IBAT, royal cross with trefoils, lions & crowns in angles. Fr 115.
SE1836Henry VI AR Groat. Annulet issue, 1422-1427. Calais mint. (pierced cross) HENRIC x D x GRA x REX x ANGL xSx FRANC, crowned bust facing within polylobe, annulets flanking / long cross pattée, trefoils in quadrands, two of which have central annulets; (pierced cross) POSVI o DEVM : AVDITORE' x DEVM around VILLA:CALAISIE:. North 1424.
SE1840Henry VI. First Reign, 1422-1461. AR Halfgroat. Calais mint. Annulet issue, 1422-1427. Crowned bust facing; annulets on either side / Long cross pattée. North 1429.
SE1859Henry VI. First Reign, 1422-1461. AR Groat. Calais mint. Rosette-Mascle issue, 1427-1430. Crowned bust facing / Long cross pattée. North 1446.
SE1862Henry VI AR Half Groat. First Reign. Rosette-Mascle issue, 1427-1430. Calais mint. Crowned facing bust in polylobe; mm: cross patonce / Long cross pattée; mm: plain cross.
SE1874Henry VI AR Groat. London mint. + HENRIC DEI GRA REX ANGL (...), crowned facing bust in nine-arc polylobe / long cross in three dotted circles, outer inscription +POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM, inner inscription CIVITAS LONDON, three dots in each quadrant inside inner circle.
SE1875Henry VI AR Groat. First Reign. Pinecone-Mascle issue, 1430-1434. Calais mint. Crowned facing bust within polylobe; mm: cross patonce / Long cross pattée; mm: plain cross. North 1461.
SE1877Henry VI. 1422-1461. AR Halfgroat (1.77 gm). Pinecone-mascle issue, 1430-1434. Calais mint. Crowned bust facing; mm: cross fleury / VILLA CALISIE, long cross; pinecone & mascle in legend. North 1463.
SE1883 ENGLAND. Henry VI. 1422-1461. AR Penny (0.92 gm). Durham mint. Pinecone-mascle issue, circa 1430-1434. HENRICVS REX (mascle) ANGL, crowned
SE1914Henry VI, 1422-61, Silver Groat. Leaf-pellet issue of 1445-54. Cross fleury mm (used 1435-60). + HENRIC DEI GRA REX ANGL (...) / concentric circles, inner inscription CIVITAS LONDON, cross pattee with three pellets in each angles in center circle.
SE1917Henry VI AR Groat. First reign, 1422-1461. Leaf-pellet issue, 1445-1454. London mint. (cross patonce) HENRIC x D x GRA x REX x ANGL xSx FRANC, crowned facing bust in tressure of arches; fleurs on cusps, leaf on neck, pellets flanking crown / (no initial cross) POSVI DEVM AVDITORE MEVM around CIVITAS LONDON, long cross pattée, three pellets in angles.
SE1928Edward VI AV Half Sovereign. Third period, 1551-1553. Tower mint; mm: tun. EDWARD VI D' G' AGL' FRANCI' Z HIB' REX, crowned & armored half-length bust right, holding sword & orb / IhS' AVTEM TRANSIENS PER MEDI' ILLOR' IBAT, crowned coat-of-arms; E R at sides. North 1928.
SE1950Edward IV AV Ryal - Rose Noble. First reign, 1461-1470; light coinage, Type VI, 1465-1466. London mint, mm: sun. EDWARD DI : GRA : REX : ANGL' xSx FRANC DNS IB, Edward standing facing, holding sword & arms in ship, E on banner at stern, rose on hull; quatrefoil at end of legend / (sun) IhC : AVI x TRANSIENS x PER x MEDIVM x ILLORV' : I : BAT, rose over sun with fleurs, crowns, and lions; small trefoils in spandrels.
SE1951Edward IV AV Ryal or Rose-Noble, ND. First Reign, 1461-1470. Light coinage. EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL ET FRANC DNSIB, king standing in ship holding sword & shield, large E standard to left / m IhC AVT TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT, radiate rose at center, surrounded by fleurs-de-lis, lions & crowns. Fr 132.
SE1952Edward IV AV Ryal or Rose-Noble, ND. First Reign, 1461-1470. Light coinage: Flemish imitative issue. EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL ET FRANC DNS IB, king standing in ship holding sword & shield, large E standard to left / (crown) IhC AVT TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT, radiate rose at center, surrounded by fleurs-de-lis, lions & crowns. Fr 133.
SE1972Edward IV AR Groat. First reign, heavy coinage, 1461-1464. London mint, class II. Crowned facing bust in polylobe, crescent on breast, quatrefoils by neck / (rose) POSVI DEVM AVDITORE MEVM around CIVITAS LONDON, long cross pattée, trefoils in quadrants. North 1531.
SE2003Edward IV AR Groat. London mint. EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC, crowned facing bust in nine-arc polylobe / long cross in three dotted circles, outer inscription +POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM, inner inscription CIVITAS LONDON, three dots in each quadrant inside inner circle.
SE2062England, Edward IV, 1461-1470 & 1471-1483, AR Penny (15mm). York mint. Crowned bust facing, G & key by neck / CIVITAS EBORACI, long cross with three pellets in each angle, quatrefoil in center.
SE2093Edward IV. Second Reign, 1471-1483. AV Half Angel. Type XXI, struck 1480-1483. London mint; mm: heraldic cinquefoil. EDWARD DI GRA' REX ANGL', radiate & nimbate St. Michael slaying dragon; saltire stops / [O] CRVX AVE SPES VNICA, coat-of-arms on ship, E & rose to either side; saltire stops. North 1630.
SE2096Edward IV AR Groat. 2nd Reign, 1471-1483. London mint, mm: cinquefoil. Light coinage, Type XXI, 1480-1483. Crowned bust facing / o POSVI DEVM AVDITORE MEVM around CIVITAS LONDON, long cross pattée, trefoils in the quadrants. North 1631.
SE2138England, Edward IV, second reign, 1471-1483, AR Halfpenny (15mm). + EDEWARD DI GRA REX, crowned bust facing, pellets by neck / CIVITAS LOnDOn, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE2156Richard III AR Groat. London mint. (boar's head 1) RICARD DI GRA ANGL' xSx FRANC, crowned facing bust in tressure of arches / (boar's head 2) POSVI DEVM AVDITORE MEVM around CIVITAS LONDON, long cross pattée, trefoils in quadrants. Winstanley 5, North 1679.
SE2187Henry VII, 1485-1509 AV Angel. HENRIC x DI x GRA x REX : ANGL : Z : FRANC, Archangel Michael slaying dragon / PER x CRVCE x TVA x SATVA x NOS x XPER x REDE, ship over waves, bearing shield, mast in form of cross above with h & rose to sides. Fr 151.
SE2199Henry VII. 1485-1509. AR Groat (2.91 gm). Class IIIc, struck 1502-1504. London mint. Crowned bust facing; mintmark: greyhound / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross. North 1705c.
SE2210Henry VII. 1485-1509. AR Halfgroat (1.51 gm). Class III, struck 1490-1500. Canterbury mint. Crowned bust facing; mintmark: tun / CIVITAS CANTOR*, long cross. North 1712.
SE2211Henry VII. 1485-1509. AR Halfgroat. Canterbury mint, mm: tun. Archbishop Morton. Joint issue, 1498-1499. Crowned bust facing / Long cross voided with trefoil in each angle. North 1720.
SE2245Henry VII. 1485-1509. AR Halfpenny (0.42 gm). Class IIIc, struck 1505-1509. London mint. Crowned bust facing; mintmark: pheon / CIVITAS LONDON, long cross. North 1735.
SE2258Henry VII AR Groat. Profile issue, 1505-1509. London mint. (pheon) HENRIC' x VII x DI x GRA x REX x AGL x Z x F', crowned bust right / (pheon) POSVI DEV' : AVDITORE : MEV', long cross over arms. North 1747.
SE2261Henry VII (1485-1509) silver Half Groat. Martlet mm (struck 1504-09, mintmark used at both Canterbury & York mints). (martlet) HENIC x VII x DI x GRA x REX x ANGL x Z x, crowned, draped bust right / (martlet) POSVI DEV * DIVTOR ET MEV, shield quartered by long cross.
SE2262Henry VII AR Halfgroat. Profile issue, after December 1508. York mint, mm: cross-crosslet. Archbishop Bainbridge. Crowned bust right / Long cross over arms; two keys below. North 1751/1.
SE2265Henry VIII AV Angel, ND. First coinage. (portcullis) HENRICs x VIII x DI x GRA x REX x AGL x Z x R, Archangel Michael slaying dragon / (portcullis) PER + CRVCE x TVA + SALVA x NOS + XPER x REDE, ship over waves, bearing shield, mast in form of cross above with h & rose to sides. Fr 155.
SE2273Henry VIII & Katharine of Aragon AV Crown of Double Rose. (rose) HENRIC + VIII + RVTILANS + ROSA + SINE + SPINA, crowned double rose, crowned letters h and K left & right / (rose) DEI : GR + REX x ANGLIE + Z + FRANC + DNS : HIBERIER, crowned coat of arms. Fr 164.
SE2274Henry VIII & Katharine of Aragon AV Crown of Double Rose, ND. (lis) HENRIC + VIII + RVTILANS + ROSA + SINE + SPINA, crowned double rose, crowned letters h and K left & right / (lis) DEI : GR + REX x ANGLIE + Z + FRANC + DUS : HIBERNIE, crowned coat of arms, crowned letters h and K left & right. Fr 164.
SE2316Henry VIII AR Groat. (portcullis) hENRIC x VIII : DI x GRA x REX x AGL' Z x HIB, crowned bust right / (portcullis) POSVI DEV' : ADIVTORE' : MEV', coat-of-arms surmounted by cross fourchée.
SE2337Henry VIII AR Groat. Second coinage, third bust, 1526-1544. London mint; mm: lis. Crowned bust right / Long cross over arms. North 1797.
SE2337EHenry VIII AR groat. Second coinage, 1525–1544. + (arrow) hENRIC x VIII : DI x GRA x REX x AGL' Z x HIB, crowned bust right / (arrow) POSVI DEV' : ADIVTORE' : MEV', coat-of-arms surmounted by cross fourchée.
SE2343Henry VIII (1509-47) silver Half Groat. S-2343. Second coinage (1526-44). Profile portrait type. Canterbury mint. WA beside shield, the insignia of Archbishop Warham of Canterbury.
SE2345Henry VIII AR Halfgroat. Second coinage, circa 1533-1544. Canterbury mint, mm: Catherine wheel. Archbishop Thomas Cranmer. Crowned bust right / Long cross surmounting shield, T C at sides. North 1804.
SE2346Henry VIII AR Halfgroat. Second coinage, 1526-1530. Archbishop Thomas Wolsey’s issue, York mint; mm: voided cross. Crowned bust right / Coat-of-arms on cross fourchée; T W at sides, bishop’s hat below.
SE2369Henry VIII AR Groat. Tower mint; mm: lis. Third coinage, second bust, annulets in forks, 1545. hENRIC' 8 DI G AGL' FRA' Z hIB' REX, crowned three-quarter bust right; saltire stops. / POSVI DEV' ADIVTORE' MEV', coat-of-arms surmounted by cross fourchée; annulets in forks. North 1844.
SE2371Henry VIII AR Groat. Southwark mint. Third coinage, second bust, 1546-1547. hENRIC' 8 D G AGL' FRA' Z hIB' REX, crowned three-quarter bust right (Laker bust C); saltire stops / CIVITAS LONDON, coat-of-arms surmounted by cross fourchée; S & E in forks. North 1845.
SE2391Henry VIII AV Half Sovereign. Posthumous issue under Edward VI, struck 1547-1549. Tower II mint; mm: arrow. Henry enthroned facing, holding sceptre & orb / Coat-of-arms supported by lion & griffin. Schneider 644; North 1865.
SE2394Henry VIII AV Half Sovereign. Posthumous issue under Edward VI, struck 1547-1549. Southwark mint; mm: E. Henry enthroned facing, holding sceptre & orb / Coat-of-arms supported by lion & griffin. Schneider 666, North 1866.
SE2409Henry VIII AR Groat. York mint, posthumous coinage of 1547-51. Three-quarters facing portrait / coat-of-arms surmounted by cross fourchée.
SE2417Henry VIII AR Penny. Canterbury mint. Posthumous coinage, 1547-1551. ROSA SINE SPIN, crowned facing bust / CIVITAS CANTOR (over LONDON), coat-of-arms surmounted by cross fourchée. North 1887.
SE2438Edward VI AV Half Sovereign. Second period, struck 1549. Tower mint; mm: arrow. Crowned bust right / Crowned coat-of-arms; E R flanking. Potter, Coinage 3a; Schneider 672; North 1911.
SE2450Edward VI AV Sovereign, ND. Third period of 1550-53. (tun mintmark) EDWARDs . VI : D : G : AEL : FRA : Z : HIBERN : REX :, half-length figure of king right, crowned & cuirassed, holding sword & globus cruciger / (tun) IhS : AVTE : TRANCI : PER : MEDIVM : ILLOR : IBAT, crowned shield supported by ithyphallic lion & dragon standing on scrollwork marked ER. Fr 186.
SE2466BEdward VI AR Shilling. Dated 1549. Southwark mint; mm: Y. Crowned Third bust right / Garnished coat-of-arms; date MDXLIX. North 1917/2.
SE2478Edward VI AR Crown. 1551. EDWARD' : VI' : D' : G' : AGN' : FRANC' : Z : hIBER' : REX : Y mintmark, king on horseback right, holding sword, date below / : POSVI : DEVM : ADIVTORE : MEVM : mintmark Y, shield quartered by cross fourchée. Dav 8245.
SE2479Edward VI. 1547-1553. AR Halfcrown. Southwark mint, mm: y. Fine silver issue, dated 1551. King riding right on horseback, holding sword on shoulder; horse caparisoned with plume on head; date below / Royal coat of arms over cross fourchée. North 1934.
SE2482Edward VI AR Shilling, ND. Fine silver issue, 1551-1553. EDWARD' VI : D' : G' : AGL' : FRA' : Z : hIB' : REX : tun mintmark, crowned & mantled bust facing, rose to left, XII to right / (tun) POSVI DEV' : ADIVTORE : MEV' : shield by cross fourchée. North 1937.
SE2488 Mary AV 'Fine' Sovereign of 30 Shillings. Dated 1553. Fr-192. MARIA (mintmark pomegranate) : D' : G' : ANG : FRA : Z : hIB : REGINA : M : D : LIII, queen enthroned facing, holding fleur-de-lis tipped sceptre & globus cruciger, portcullis below / A : DRO (pomegranate) EACIV : ESI : ISIV : Z : ESI
SE2492England, Mary (Bloody Mary), 1553-1554, AR Groat (23mm). MARIA D G ANG FRA Z HIB REGI, crowned bust left / VERITAS TEMPORIS FILIA, long cross fourchee over royal shield.
SE2500Philip & Mary AR Shilling. Dated 1554. London mint. PHILIP ET MARIA D G R ANG FR NEAP PR HISP, confronted busts of Philip of Spain & Mary, crown & date above / POSIVMVS DEVM AVDITOREM NOSTRVM X-X, crowned coat-of-arms of England & Spain within garnished frame. North 1967.
SE2505Philip & Mary AR Sixpence, 1554. PHILIP . ET . MARIA . D . G . R . ANG . FR . NEAP . PR . HISP, confonted busts, 15-54 either side of crown above / . POSVIMVS . DEVM . ADIVTOREM . NOSTRVM . V-I, crowned arms.
SE2508Philip & Mary AR Groat, ND. (fleur) PHILIP . ET . MARIA . D . G . REX . ET . REGINA, crowned bust of Mary left / Philip & Mary AR Sixpence, 1554. PHILIP . ET . MARIA . D . G . R . ANG . FR . NEAP . PR . HISP, confonted busts, 15-54 either side of crown above / . POSVIMVS . DEVM . ADIVTO . NOS, arms quartered by long cross fourchee.
SE2520Elizabeth I AV Half Pound. Second issue, 1560-1561. London mint; mm: cross-crosslet. ELIZABETH D' G' ANG' FRA' ET HI' REGINA, crowned bust left / SCVTVM FIDEI PROTEGET EAM, crowned coat-of-arms; E R at sides. North 1982.
SE2529Elizabeth I AV 'Fine' Sovereign. Mintmark, Escallop, 1584-86. ELIZABETH : D' : G' : ANG : FRA ET HIB REGINA : (scallop shell) :, queen enthroned facing holding fleur-tipped sceptre & globus cruciger, portcullis below / (scallop) A . DNO' . FACTV' . EST . ISTVD . ET . EST . MIRABIN . OCVLIS . NPS, shield of arms on large Tudor rose. Fr 209.
SE2555Elizabeth I AR Shilling. 1560-61, second issue, of sterling fineness. Bust 3C. (martlet) ELIZABETH : D : G : AN : FR : ET . HIB : REGINA, crowned bust left / (martlet) POSVI : DEV : ADIVTOREM : MEV, shield of arms quartered by long cross fourchee. North 1985.
SE2556England, Elizabeth I, 1560-1561, reigned 1558-1603, AR Groat (23mm). Martlet mint-mark, ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HIB REGINA, crowned bust left / POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV, shield on long cross fourchée.
SE2558Elizabeth I AR Penny. Second issue, struck 1560-61, of sterling fineness. (martlet) E . D . G . ROSA . SIN . SPINA, crowned bust left / CIVITAS LONDON, shield of arms quartered by long cross fourchee.
SE2559England, James I, 1603-1625, AR Halfgroat (17mm). I.D.G ROSA SINE SPINA, crowned rose / TVEATUR VNITA DEVS, crowned thistle.
SE2561England, Elizabeth I, 1563 (reigned 1558-1603), AR Sixpence (25mm). Pheon mint-mark, ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HIB REGINA, crowned bust left, rose behind / pheon, POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV, shield on long cross fourchée, 1563 above.
SE2562Elizabeth I AR Sixpence. Third issue, dated 1569. London mint; mm: crown. ELIZABETH : D : ANG : FR : ET : HIB : REGINA, crowned bust left (intermediate bust) / POSVI DEV' AVDITOREM . DEV', coat-of-arms on cross fourchée. North 1997.
SE2566Elizabeth I AR Threepance. Third coinage, sterling fineness. ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HIB REGINA, crowned bust left, rose behind / POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM, shield of arms quartered by long cross fourchee.
SE2572England, Elizabeth I, 1558-1603, AR Sixpence (24x25mm), Seaby Spink 2572, VG/aF. Obv. Greek cross, ELIZABETH DG ANG FR ET HIB REGINA, crowned bust left, rose behind. Rev. POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV, shield on long cross fourchee, 1578 or 1579 above.
SE2578Elizabeth I AR Half Groat. Fifth issue of 1582-1600, sterling fineness. (scallop) E D G ROSA SIN SPINA, crowned bust left, two pellets behind / CIVITAS LONDON, shield of arms quartered by long cross fourchee.
SE2579England, Elizabeth I, 1582-1600, reigned 1558-1603, AR Halfgroat (16mm). Hand mint-mark, E.D.G. ROSA SINE SPINA, crowned bust left, two pellets behind / CIVITAS LONDON, shield on long cross fourchée.
SE2581Elizabeth I AR Portcullis Halfpenny. Fifth issue, 1582-1600, sterling fineness. Portcullis / long Moline cross, three pellets in each quarter.
SE2583Elizabeth I AR Halfcrown. 1601. (mintmark 1) ELIZABETH : D' G'. ANG'. FRA : ET : HIBER : REGINA, crowned bust left holding fleur-tipped sword & orb / : 1 : POSVI : DEVM : ADIVTOREM : MEVM :, shield of arms quartered by long cross fourchee. North 2013.
SE2594 ENGLAND. Elizabeth I (1558–1603). AR sixpence (2.62 gm). Milled coinage, 1562. Mm star. Small crowned bust left in plain dress, large rose behind / Coat of arms quartered by cross fourchée. Spink 2594.
SE2595 ENGLAND: Elizabeth I. (1558-1603). AR milled sixpence (3.08 gm). Mm: star, 1562. Crowned bust of queen left, rose behind / Coat of arms with cross fourch‚e. Seaby 2595.
SE2597Elizabeth I AR Sixpence. Milled issue, 1562, star, Bordon / Brown 29 O2 / R1; Seaby 2597; North 2028.
SE2599Elizabeth I AR Milled Sixpence. 1567. (lis) ELIZABETH . D'. G'. ANG'. FR'. ET . HI'. REGINA, small, later bust left, rose behind / (lis) POSVI DEV'. ADIVTOREM . MEV'. .15-67., shield of arms quartered by long cross fourchee.
SE2603Elizabeth I AR Milled Threepence. 1562. * ELIZABETH . D . G . ANG . FRE . ET . HIB . REGINA, crowned bust left, rose behind / * POSVI DEVM . ADIVTOREM . MEVM .15-62., shield of arms quartered by long cross fourchee. North 2034.
SE2618James I AV Unite, ND. Second coinage, 1604-19; second bust. (lis) . IACOBVS . D' . G' . MAG' . BRIT' . FRAN'. ET . HIB'. REX ., half length bust right, holding orb & shouldering lis tipped sceptre / (lis) FACIAM . EOS . IN . GENTEM . VNAM . I-R, crowned arms. Fr 234.
SE2619James I AV Unite, ND. Second coinage, 1604-19; fourth bust. (tower) . IACOBVS . D' . G' . MAG' . BRIT' . FRAN'. ET . HIB'. REX ., half length bust right, holding orb & shouldering lis tipped sceptre / (tower) FACIAM . EOS . IN . GENTEM . VNAM . I-R, crowned arms. Fr 234.
SE2620James I AV Unite. Second coinage, fifth bust, 1613-1615. London mint; mm: heraldic cinquefoil. IACOBVS D G MA BRI FRA ET HI REX, crowned & armored half-length bust right, holding sword & orb / FACIAM EOS IN GENTEM VNAM, crowned coat-of-arms; I R at sides. North 2085.
SE2626James I AV Crown, ND. Second coinage. (tun) . IACABVS : D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA . ET . HIB : REX, crowned bust right / (tun) HENRICVS . ROSAS . REGNA . IACOBVS ., crowned square shield. Fr 236.
SE2627James I AV Thistle Crown or 4 Shillings, ND. Second coinage, struck 1605-1605. (lis) . IA : D : G : MAG : BR : F : ET . H : REX . I-R, crowned rose / (lis) TVEATVR . VNITA . DEVS . I-R, crowned thistle. Fr 238.
SE2632James I AV Rose-Ryal of 30 Shillings, ND. Third coinage, 1619-25. (thistle) IACOBVS D : G : MAG BRI : FR : ET HIB : REX ., crowned figure of King enthroned, facing, holding orb & sceptre, portcullis below / (thistle) A DNO : FACTVM EST ISTVD ET EST MIRAB : IN OC : NRIS ., XXX above shield of arms quartered by cross fourchee, lions, lis and roses around. Fr 239.
SE2637James I AV Laurel. Third coinage, first bust, 1619-1620. London mint; mm: spur rowel. IACOBVS D G MAG BRIT FRAN ET HIB REX, laureate bust left; XX behind / FACIAM EOS IN GENTEM VNAM, crowned coat-of-arms over cross fleurée. North 2111.
SE2638Great Britain. James I (1603-1625). Gold laurel. (9.00 gm). . Second, medium, square headed bust of James I / Crowned coat of arms. Spink 2638.
SE2638AJames I AV Laurel of 20 Shillings, ND. Third coinage, 1619-1625. (thistle) IACOBVS D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET HIB : REX, laureate & armored bust left, XX behind / FACIAM EOS IN GENTEM VNAM, crowned arms quartered by long cross fourchee. Fr 242.
SE2638BJames I AV Laurel of 20 Shillings, ND. Third coinage, 1619-1625. (trefoil) IACOBVS D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET HIB : REX, laureate & armored bust left, XX behind / FACIAM EOS IN GENTEM VNAM (trefoil), crowned arms quartered by long cross fourchee. Fr 242.
SE2638CJames I AV Laurel. Third coinage, fourth bust, 1623-1624. London mint; mm: lis/spur rowel. IACOBVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HI REX, laureate bust left; XX behind / FACIAM EOS IN GENTEM VNAM, crowned coat-of-arms over cross fleury. North 2114.
SE2640James I AV Half Laurel of 10 Shillings, ND. Third coinage, 1619-1625. * IACOBVS D : G : MAG : BRIT : FRA : ET HIB : REX, laureate & armored bust left, X behind / HENRICVS ROSAS REGNA IACOBVS *, crowned arms quartered by long cross fourchee. Fr 243.
SE2641AJames I AV Half Laurel of 10 Shillings, ND. Third coinage, 1619-1625. (trefoil) IACOBVS D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET HIB : REX, laureate & armored bust left, X behind / HENRICVS ROSAS REGNA (trefoil) IACOBVS, crowned arms quartered by long cross fourchee. Fr 243.
SE2642James I AV Crown ­ Quarter Laurel. Third coinage. London mint; mm: trefoil, 1623-1624. Fourth bust left; V to right / Crowned coat-of-arms over cross fleury. Schneider 100; North 2119.
SE2646England, James I, 1604-1605 (reigned 1603-1625), AR Shilling (29mm). Lis, IACOBVS D G ANG SCO FRA ET HIB REX, crowned bust right, XII behind / EXVRGAT DEVS DISSIPENTVR INIMICI, Royal arms.
SE2647James I AR Sixpence, 1603. First issue, first bust. (thistle) IACOBVS : D : G : ANG : SCO : FRA : ET . HIB : REX., crowned & armored bust right, VI behind / (thstle) . EXVRGAT DEVS . DISSIPEVTVR . INIMICI ., shield of arms, date above.
SE2649James I AR Half Groat. First coinage. Struck 1603-04. (thistle) . I : D : G : ROSA . SIN . SPINA, crowned & armored bust right, II behind / shield of arms, thistle above.
SE2651James I AR Portcullis Halfpenny. First issue of 1603-04. Thistle mm above portcullis gate / crosse moline with three pellets in each quadrant.
SE2654James I AR Shilling. Second coinage, third bust, 1604-1605. London mint; mm: lis. Crowned bust right / Royal coat-of-arms. Morrieson, BNJ IV (1907), pl. II, 13; North 2099.
SE2655James I AR Shilling. Second coinage of 1604-19; fourth bust, rose mm, struck 1605-06. IACOBUS . D : G : MAG : BRIT : FRA : ET HIB : REX, crowned & armored bust right, XII behind / QVA DEVS . CONIVNXIT . NEMO . SEPARET, shield of arms.
SE2657James I AR Sixpence, 1605. Third bust, mark, escallop. IACOBVS : D : G : MAG BRIT : FRA : ET : HIB : REX, mantled, crowned bust right, VI behind / QVA . DEVS . CONIVNXIT . NEMO . SEPARET, shield of arms.
SE2659England, James I, 1606-1607 (reigned 1603-1625), AR Halfgroat (17mm). Escallop mint-mark, I D G ROSA SINE SPINA, crowned rose / TVEATVR VNITA DEVS, crowned thistle.
SE2661James I (1603-25) silver Thistle Penny. S-2661. N-2106. Famous ROSA SINE SPINA (rose without thorns) issue, the legend surrounding an open Tudor rose. / legend (= "May God Guard These United Kingdoms") within two beaded circles in the center of which is a Scottish thistle.
SE2666James I AR Halfcrown. Third Coinage of 1619-25, thistle mm (struck 1621-23). IACOBVS D : G : MAG : BRIT : FRA : ET : HIB : REX, king riding horse right, holding shield / QVAE DEVS CONIVNXIT NEMO SEPARET, shield of arms.
SE2668James I AR Shilling. Third coinage, Lis mm, struck 1623-24. Sixth bust. IACOBVS D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET : HIB : REX, crowned bust right, XII behind / QVA DEVS CONIVNXIT NEMO SEPARET, shield of arms.
SE2670James I AR Sixpence. London mint, dated 1624. IACOBVS D G MAG BRI FR ET HI REX, sixth crowned bust right / QVÆ DEVS CONIVNXIT NEMO SEPARET, arms; date above, mm: trefoil. North 2126.
SE2688Charles I AV Unite. First bust, struck 1625-1626. Tower mint; mm: lis. Crowned bust left / Crowned shield with garnish. Cf. Brooker 17; Schneider 112/116 corr. (obv./rev. dies); North 2146.
SE2692Charles I AV Unite (20 Shillings). 1625-1649. Tower under the King; mark, plume. CAROLVS D : G : MA : BR : FR : ET : HI : REX, crowned bust left, XX behind / FLORENT . CONCORDIA . REGNA C-R, crowned arms. Fr246.
SE2695Charles I AV Unite of 20 Shillings. (P-in-circle) CAROLVS D : G : MAG : BRIT : FR : ET : HIB : REX, crowned bust left, XX behind / (P-in-circle) FLORENT . CONCORDIA . REGNA C-R, crowned arms.
SE2707Charles I AV Crown (5 Shillings). 1625-1649. Tower under the King; mark, star. * CAROLVS D : G : MAG : BR : FR : ET : HIB : REX, crowned bust left, V behind / C-R, crowned arms. Fr248.
SE2727Charles I AV Triple Unite (60 shillings). 1625-1649. Oxford mint. CAROLVS D : G : MAGN : BRIT : FRAN : ET : HIB : REX, crowned bust left holding sword & branch / EXVRGAT : DEVS : DISSIFENTVR : INIMICI : RELIG : PROT : LEG : ANG : LIBER : PAR on long pennant, three fleurs-de-lis & III above, 1643 below. Fr258.
SE2735ACharles I AV Unite. Oxford mint; mm: plume. CAROLVS D G MAG BR FR ET HI REX, crowned half-length bust left (breaks inner circle), holding sword & olive branch; XX behind / EXVRGAT DEVS DISSIPENTVR INIMICI RELIG PRO LEG ANG LIB PAR on banner; three plumes above, 1644 OX below; diamond stops. North 2389.
SE2756Charles I. 1625-1649. AR Crown (43mm, 29.81 gm). Tower mint, under the King, mm: plume. Dated 1630-1631. King riding left on horseback, holding sword on shoulder; horse caparisoned with plume on head / Oval garnished shield over cross fourchée; plume above divides C R. Brooker 242; North 2194; SCBC 2756. Toned Fine.
SE2758Charles I Horseman AR Crown. 1634-35, struck during the period known as Tower mint under the king, meaning prior to the outbreak of the Civil War. CAROLVS . D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET : HIB : REX . (bell), king riding left holding sword / + CHRISTO . AVSPICE . REGNO + (bell), garnished oval shield.
SE2779Charles I AR Lightweight Shilling. Second bust, struck 1625-1626. Tower mint; mm: Calvary cross/Calvary cross (over lis). Crowned bust left / Coat-of-arms
SE2787Charles I AR Shilling. Tower issue, under the King. Crown mm, struck 1635-36. CAROLVS . D : G : MA : BR : FR : ET : HI : REX . (crown), crowned bust left, XII behind / . CHRISTO . AVSPICE . REGNO . (crown), garnished oval shield.
SE2790Charles I AR Shilling. London, Tower mint, under the King, mm: horizontal anchor, flukes right. Dated 1638-1639. Crowned bust left; XII behind; i.m. horizontal anchor, flukes left / Royal coat of arms over cross fourchée.
SE2804Charles I AR Sixpence. Sixth bust, struck 1639-1640. Tower mint; mm: D. Crowned bust left / Coat-of-arms on cross moline. Brooker 644; North 2246.
SE2818Charles I AR Halfgroat. CAROLVS.D:G:M:R:F:ET:H:REX., crowned bust left, II behind, in inner circle /.IVSTITIA.THRONVM.FIRMAT., oval shield in inner circle.
SE2823England, Charles I, 1625-1649, AR Penny(12mm). C.D.G. ROSA SINE SPINA, rose / IVS THRONVM FIRMAT, rose.
SE2827England, Charles I, 1642-1644, (reigned 1625-1649), AR Shilling (29mm). York mint type 3. CAROLVS D G MAG BRIT FRA ET HI REX, crowned bust left, XII behind / CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO, Oval garnished shield, EBOR below.
SE2832England, Charles I, 1625-1649, AR Penny (13x14mm). Crowned bust left, I behind, no inner circle / .IVSTITIA.THRONVM.FIRMAT., Oval shield, no inner circle.
SE2835Charles I AR Penny. Tower issued under the King, circa 1625-42. CAROLVS . D : G : M : B : F : ET : H : REX . , cronwned Aberystwyth bust left, I behind / : . IVSTITIA THRONVM FIRMAT., garnished oval shield.
SE2840Charles I (1625-1649) Halfcrown (33mm, 15.53g), Tower mint under Parliament, m.m. (R). with raised sword. Type 3.
SE2843Charles I AR Shilling. 1643-44, tower issue, under Parliament, P in brackets mm. CAROLVS . D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET : HIB : REX . [P], crowned bust left, XII behind / CHRISTO . AVSPEX . REGNO, coat of arms divided by cross fourchee.
SE2850England, Charles I, Tower mint under Parliament, 1542-1548 (reigned 1625-1649), AR Halfgroat (15x16mm), F. Spink/Seaby 2850, mintmark sun, . Obv. CAROLVS.D:G:M:R:F:ET:H:REX., crowned bust left, II behind, in inner circle. Rev. .IVSTITIA . THRONVM . FIRMAT.
SE2851Charles I AR Penny. Tower, struck under the authority of Parliament, circa 1642-48, at the outbreak of Civil War. CAROLVS . D : G : M : B : F : E : H : REX ., crowned bust left, I behind / IVSTITIA THRONVM FIRMAT, garnished oval shield.
SE2853Charles I AR Halfcrown. 1st milled issue, by Nicholas Briot. CAROLVS . D . G . MAG : BRITAN : FRAN : ET : HIB : REX (flower), the king riding horseback left holding sword / CHRISTO . AVSPICE . REGNO C-R, crowned arms.
SE2855Silver Briot Sixpence (1631-32). Charles I. S-2855. Moneyer: Nicholas Briot.
SE2856ACharles I AR Pattern Half Groat. CAR . D . G . MAG . BRIT . FRAN . ET . HI . R . (diamond), bare-headed bust right in ruffled collar / FIDEI . DEFENSOR ., crown above two interlocked Cs, .B. below. N-2687.
SE2858Charles I AR Briot Halfcrown. 1638-39, 2nd Milled issue. Anchor & B mintmark on each side. CAROLVS . D . G . MAGN . BRITANN . FR . ET . HIB . REX, king on horseback left holding sword / CHRISTO . AVSPICE . REGNO . C-R, crowned arms.
SE2868Charles I AR Halfcrown. Struck 1643-1644. York mint; initial mark: lion. CAROLVS D G MAG BRIT FRAN ET HIB REX, Charles on horseback left, holding sword, horse with long curling mane; EBOR below / CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO, crowned oval coat-of-arms; crowned C R at sides; small floral sprays at ends of legend, larger sprays as dividers. North 2314.
SE2870Charles I AR Shilling. Second milled issue, 1643-44. York mint; mm: lis, struck 1625-1626. Type 1. Crowned bust left; XII behind / EB OR above shield over cross fleurée. Brooker 1091 (same dies); North 2316.
SE2917Charles I AR Pound. Shrewsbury mint, 1642. CAROLUS D G MAG BRIT FRA ET HIB REX, King on horseback left, holding sword, plume behind, no groundline underneath / EXVRGAT DEVS DISSIPENTVR INIMICI, Declaration: RELIG PROT LEG/ANGL LIBER PAR between two lines, three plumes & mark of value above.
SE2937Charles I. 1625-49. Oxford mint, AR pound. 1642. CAROLVS : D : G : MAG : BRIT : FRA : ET : HIBER : REX, King, crowned and holding sword upright, on horseback left, plume to right, arms beneath horse / EXVRGAT : DEVS : DISSIPENTVR : INIMICI around; RELIG : PROT : LEG / ANG : LIBER : PAR in two lines across field; XX above (=20 shillings) and three plumes in upper field; date 1642 below. cf BMC 629; Morrieson A-1. S. 2937. North 2396.
SE2944Charles I AR Half Pound. Oxford mint, 1642. CAROLUS D G MAGN BRIT FRAN ET HIB REX, King on horseback left, holding sword, plume behind, arms below / EXVRGAT DEVS DISSIPENTVR INIMICI, Declaration: RELIG PROT LEG/ANG LIBER PAR between two lines, three plumes & mark of value above.
SE2945Charles I AR Halfpound. Oxford mint, mm: plume. Dated 1642. King riding left on horseback, holding sword erect & trampling arms underfoot; Oxford plume behind / Two-line declaration across field between lines; X & three Oxford plumes above, date below. North 2404.
SE2981Charles I AR Sixpence. Oxford mint. CAROLVS : D : G : MG : BRIT : FR : ET : HI : REX, crowned bust left, VI behind / : DEVS : DISSIPENTVR . INIMICI EXVRCAT around, RELIG : PROT / LEG : ANG / LIBER : PAR / 1643 in four lines, three Shrewsbury plumes above.
SE3144Charles I AR Ninepence, 1646. Siege coinage of Newark. Large crown between CR, value below. / OBS/NEWARK/1646.
SE3189Charles I Copper Royal Farthing. Mark bell on obverse, struck 1634-35.
SE3208Commonwealth AV Unite. Dated 1653. Coat-of-arms of England; mm: sun / Coats-of-arms of Scotland & Ireland. Schneider 341; North 2715.
SE3214Commonwealth Silver Crown, 1654. ESC-7.
SE3215Commonwealth AR Halfcrown. Dated 1653. Shield of St. George within wreath; mm: sun / Conjoined shields of St. George & Ireland, mark of value above. ESC 431; North 2722.
SE3217Commonwealth AR Shilling, 1656. ESC-995. The Commonwealth, 1649-1660. mark, Sun.
SE3219Commonwealth AR Sixpence. Dated 1651. Coat-of-arms of England; mm: sun / Coats-of-arms of Scotland & Ireland. ESC 1484; North 2726.
SE3225Oliver Cromwell AV Broad, milled pattern. Dies engraved by Thomas Simon. Blondeau's, Drury House, London mint. Dated 1656. OLIVAR•D•G•R P• ANG•SCO•ET•HIB &C PRO•, laureate head left / •PAX•QVÆRITVR•BELLO•16-56, crowned coat-of-arms of the Protectorate: quartered arms of England, Scotland, & Ireland; central escutcheon with lion rampant left. North 2744.
SE3226Oliver Cromwell Silver Crown by Simon, 1658/7. Lord Protector. ESC-10.
SE3226BOliver Cromwell Retrike Silver Crown by Tanner, 1658. ESC-13.
SE3228Oliver Cromwell. Lord Protector, 1653-1658. AR Shilling. Dies engraved by Thomas Simon. Blondeau's, Drury House, London mint. Dated 1658. OLIVAR•D•G•R P• ANG•SCO•ET•HIB &C PRO, laureate bust left / PAX•QVÆRITVR•BELLO16-58, crowned coat-of-arms of the Protectorate. North 2745, ESC 1005.
SE3304Charles II AV Unite of 20 Shillings, ND. Fr-276.
SE3331Great Britain 1678/7: Gold 5 Guinea, King James II. Elephant mark below bust, KM #430.3.
SE3344Charles II AV Guinea. 1676. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, fourth laureate bust right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. 16-76, four crowned shields & sceptres around four interlocked Cs. Fr287.
SE3350Charles II AR Crown. CAROLVS . II DEI . GRATIA, first bust, laureate & draped right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX . 16-63, four crowned shields, pairs of interlocked Cs between, around a sunburst with cross at center / XV edge.
SE3355Chares II AR Crown. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, second bust, laureate & draped right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. 16-64, four crowned shields, pairs of interlocked Cs between, around sunburst with cross at center.
SE3357Chares II AR Crown. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, second bust, laureate & draped right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. 16-68, four crowned shields, pairs of interlocked Cs between, around sunburst with cross at center.
SE3358Charles II AR Crown. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, third bust, laureate & draped right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. 16-73, four crowned shields, pairs of interlocked Cs between, around sunburst with cross at center / V. QVARTO on edg.
SE3365Charles II AR Halfcrown. VICESIMO SECVNDO & dated 1670. Laureate & draped bust left / Crowned cruciform shields; crossed Cs in each quarter. ESC 467.
SE3366Charles II, 1/2 Crown, 1671, Third Bust type.
SE3367Charles II AR Halfcrown. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, fourth bust, laureate & draped right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. 16-77, four crowned shields, pairs of interlocked Cs between, around sunburst with cross at center / VICESIMO NONO on edge.
SE3371$Charles II AR Shilling. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, first bust, laureate & draped right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. 16-63, four crowned shields, pairs of interlocked Cs between, around sunburst with cross & central dot at center. ESC 1022.
SE3375Charles II AR Shilling. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, second bust, laureate & draped right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. 16-68, four crowned shields, pairs of interlocked Cs between, around sunburst with cross & central dot at center. ESC 1030.
SE3382Charles II AR Sixpence. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, second bust, laureate & draped right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX. 16-64, four crowned shields, pairs of interlocked Cs between, around sunburst with cross at center. ESC 1512.
SE3386Charles II AR Threepence. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, laureate draped bust right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX . 16-79 around three interlinked Cs, crowned.
SE3388Charles II AR Twopence. CAROLVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, laureate draped bust right / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX . 16-79 around two interlinked Cs, crowned.
SE3393Charles II AE Halfpenny. CAROLVS . A . CAROLO, laureate cuirassed bust left / BRITANNIA, Britannia seated left holding branch & spear, arm resting on shield, 1673 in ex.
SE3394Charles II AE Farthing. CAROLVS . A . CAROLO, laureate cuirassed bust left / BRITANNIA, Britannia seated left holding branch & spear, arm resting on shield, 1672 in ex. Peck-520.
SE3397James II AV Five-Guineas. IACOBVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, first laureate bust left / . MAG . BR . FRA . ET . HIB . REX . 16-88, cross of four crowned shields with sceptre between each shield. Fr292.
SE3407James II AR Crown. TERTIO & dated 1687. IACOBVS•II•DEI•GRATIA, DECVS•ET•TVTAMEN•ANNO•REGNI•TERTIO• around edge, second bust left / MAG BR•FRA ET•HIB REX• 16-87, Cruciform crowned coats-of-arms around Garter Star. ESC 78, EMC 229.
SE3408James II AR Halfcrown. PRIMO & dated 1685. Laureate & draped bust left / Crowned cruciform shields. ESC 493.
SE3410Silver Shilling, 1687/6. James II. S-3410. Shillings of this reign are among the rarest of all English silver coins, of all periods. Few are known as nice as EF grade. Most
SE3412Sixpence, 1686. S.3412; ESC-1525; KM-456.1. James II. This is an exceptional, prooflike coin with a deep old tone & free from edge or rim defects or surface problems which
SE3422William & Mary Gold 5 Guineas, 1692. Fr-299. GVLEIMVS ET MARIA DEI GRATIA, jugate busts right / 16-92 MAG BR FR ET HIB REX ET REGINA, crowned shield of arms, 7 strings to harp, 11 pellets by lion. Fr 299.
SE3427William & Mary Gold Guinea, 1689. GVLEIMVS ET MARIA DEI GRATIA, jugate busts right, elephant & castle below / 16-89 MAG BR FR ET HIB REX ET REGINA, crowned shield of arms. Fr 305.
SE3429Gold Half Guinea, 1689. William & Mary, jugate busts. S-3429. First busts. Only year of this style, for the portraits were re-worked a bit for the next issue of 1690. Very rare
SE3433William & Mary AR Crown. Dated TERTIO & 1691. Conjoined laureate, draped, & cuirassed of William III & bare-headed & draped bust of Mary II right / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around arms of Orange; WM monogram
SE3435William & Mary AR Halfcrown, 1689. GVLEIMVS ET MARIA DEI GRATIA, jugate first busts / Second Shield. ESC 508. Frosted caul with pearls.
SE3437Silver Shilling, 1693. William & Mary. S-3437. 9/0 variety in date. Conjoined busts facing right. At the top of the rarity list, among all milled silver coins, ranking
SE3438William & Mary AR Sixpence. Dated 1693. Conjoined laureate, draped, & cuirassed of William III & bare-headed & draped bust of Mary II right / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around arms of Orange; WM monogram & date in
SE3445Silver Penny, 1694. William & Mary, bust side by side. S-3445. Rare variety with HI in place of HIB in reverse legend. Very attractive light gray surfaces, well struck for the
SE3452Halfpenny, 1694. S.3452. William & Mary. Conjoined busts right. This is an unusually sharp example of a coin which was notoriously badly made & weakly struck. Only the
SE3453Proof silver Farthing, 1694. William & Mary. P-623. Type as S-3453, normal stops & legends, but struck in silver, not copper. Curiously misshappen flan, which is not at all
SE3456'Fine Work' 5 Guineas, 1701. S.3456; Fr-310. William III. Exceptionally sharp in strike with fine hair detail not seen in other high-grade examples. William III ruled alone after the
SE3457Two Guineas, 1701, Fine Work. William III. S-3457; Fr-310. Most twos will probably never catalogue at the same level as the fivers, but as all advanced gold collectors know
SE3460Guinea, 1700. S.3460; Fr-309; KM-498.1. William III. Second laureate Bust. Human-shaped harp on shield. Natural edge flaw at 3 o'clock. Faint adjustment marks on obverse.
SE3463William III AV Guinea. GVLIEMVS III DEI GRATIA, laureate bust right / MAG BR FRA ET HIB REX 17-01, crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around arms of Orange, crossed sceptres in the angles.
SE3470William III AR Crown. OCTAVO & dated 1696. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust right / Crowned cruciform shields. ESC 89.
SE3473Silver Crown, 1697. William III. S-3473. Third draped bust. 2nd harp. Edge not viewable in the slab, but designated as ESC-96 (i.e., NONO regnal year) by NGC. This coin is
SE3474Silver Crown, 1700. William III. S-3474. Third bust. Edge not viewable in the slab but designated by NGC as ESC-97, which would be DVODECIMO edge, the standard regnal year
SE3494William III AR Halfcrown. Dated 1700. First bust right / Cruciform crowned coats-of-arms around Nassau lion; first harp. Edge: DECVS...DVODECIMO. ESC 561.
SE3498William III AR Halfcrown. London mint. Dated DECIMO & 1698. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed First bust right / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around arms of Orange; plain quarters. ESC 554.
SE3507Shilling, 1697. S.3507; ESC-1102. William III. Third bust. Original fresh mint luster, silvery gray obverse, reverse toned more deeply but struck up better than is usually
SE3516Shilling, 1700. S.3516; ESC-1121A. William III. Fifth bust. Small round O's in date. Attractively toned, an even medium gray; well struck on both sides. NGC graded MS-63.
SE3520Sixpence, 1696. S.3520; ESC-1533; KM-484.1. William III. First bust. Bold strike with lovely gray toning. NGC graded MS-63.
SE3526Sixpence, 1696 Y. S.3526; ESC-1539; KM-484.7. William III. First bust. York mint. Lustrous & lightly toned. NGC graded MS-62.
SE35286 Pence, 1697. S.3538; ESC-1566. William III. Third bust. Brilliant & fully lustrous example. NGC graded MS-65. Estimated Value 00-500.
SE3533Guinea, 1726. S.3633; Fr-327; KM-559.1. George I. 5th bust. A lovely & lustrous guinea. NGC graded MS-63. Estimated Value , 500-5, 500.
SE35386 Pence, 1697. S-3538; ESC-1566; KM-496.1. William III. Haymarking. Lustrous & toned. NGC graded MS-63. Estimated Value 00-350.
SE3542Silver Sixpence, 1697. William III. S-3542. Third bust. One of the most common of the earlier milled coinages, struck in large numbers (at a number of mints around the country)
SE3546Sixpence, 1698. S.3546; ESC-1575; 496.9. William III. Third bust. Plumes in reverse angles. Bold strike with lovely toning. NGC graded MS-64.
SE3547Sixpence, 1699. S.3547; ESC-1578; KM-496.10. William III. Third bust. Roses in reverse angles. Lustrous with iridescent toning. NGC graded MS-64.
SE3557Farthing, 1696. S.3557. William III. Hint of obverse luster. NGC graded MS-63 Brown. Estimated Value , 100-1, 300.
SE3558Proof silver Farthing, 1698. William III. P-680. Type as S-3558, the second issue in which the date follows the reverse legend, stop after it. Very scarce. The most curious
SE3562Proof gold Guinea, 1702. Queen Anne. Pre-Union First Bust. S-3562, listed without price as extremely rare. WR-60, listed as R5, just 6 to 10 known in all states of
SE35692 Guineas, 1711. S.3569; Fr-319. Anne. Draped bust left. / Crowned cruciform shields sceptres in angles. Lustrous with considerable mint bloom & exceptionally mark-free
SE3574Guinea, 1714. S.3574; Fr-320; KM-534. Anne. After Union type, 3rd bust. A minor mark on the Queen's cheek keeps this piece from the gem category. Boldly struck & very choice,
SE3576Anne AR Crown. VIGO issue. Dated TERTIO & 1703. Draped First bust left, in fillet; VIGO below / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around Garter Star; plain quarters. ESC 99.
SE3581Halfcrown, 1704. S.3581; ESC-570 (Rarity-2). Anne. Plumes in angles. Well struck & deeply toned. This a rare date in a grade that's all but impossible to locate. NGC graded
SE3583Shilling, 1702. S.3583; ESC-1128. Anne. First bust. Plain in angles. Light gold & blue tone. Small marks on the portrait but still an attractive piece. Rare Pre-Union date! NGC
SE3586Anne AR Shilling. VIGO issue. Dated 1703. Draped Second bust left, in fillet; VIGO below / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around Garter Star; plain quarters. ESC 1131.
SE3588Silver Shilling, 1705, Plumes. Queen Anne. S-3588. Second bust. Very rare! Pre-Union issue. Plumes in reverse field stand for so-called West County silver, specifically from the
SE3589Silver Shilling, 1705, Roses & Plumes. Queen Anne. S-3589. Second bust. Hallmark insignia designate silver supplied by the Company for Smelting Down Lead. Scarce & popular
SE3590Anne AR Sixpence. VIGO issue. Dated 1703. Draped bust left, in fillet; VIGO below / Crowned cruciform shields. ESC 1582.
SE3593Sixpence, 1705. S.3593; ESC-1584; KM-516.4. Anne. Late shields, plumes in reverse angles. This coin is flawless with superb original toning. A very elusive date never seen this
SE3600Anne AR Crown. Edinburgh mint. Second bust left; E below / Cruciform crowned coats-of-arms around Garter Star. Edge: DECVS...SEXTO. ESC 103.
SE3601Crown, 1707. S.3601; ESC-104; Dav-1341. Anne. Edge, Septimo. Angles plain. Practically as struck, & free from the haymarking, blankfiling & other imperfections which plagued
SE3604Halfcrown, 1708. Queen Anne. S-3604. Post-Union reverse, showing the re-arranged insignia of the shield, meant to hallmark the union of Scotland with the other kingdoms.
SE3605Anne AR Half Crown. ANNA DEI GRATIA, draped bust left, E (mintmark of Edinburg) below / MAG BRI FR ET HIB REG 1707, cross of crowned arms. KM 525.2.
SE3610Shilling, 1707. S.3610; ESC-1141. Anne. Angles plain. Well struck, fully lustrous with attractive deep amber-gray toning. Rare so fine. NGC graded MS-64.
SE3617Anne AR Shilling. Dated 1714. Draped Fourth bust left, in fillet / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around Garter Star; roses & plumes in quarters. ESC 1161.
SE3619Sixpence, 1707. S.3619; ESC-1587; KM-522.1. Anne. After Union with Scotland. Angles plain. Bold full strike with lovely old toning. NGC graded MS-65.
SE3625Copper Queen Anne Farthing, 1714. S-3625. P-741. Small flan. Normal Britannia reverse. This is the most seen variety of the famous Anne farthing but nevertheless it is quite
SE3628Guinea, 1714. George I. First Bust. S-3628. One-year type, very rare with the distinctive PR EL at the end of the king's titles in the reverse legend. In the following year, the
SE3631Guinea, 1719. S.3631; Fr-327; KM-546.1. George I. 4th bust. A choice piece, boldly struck & highly lustrous. Truly exceptional for this early style!. NGC graded MS-62.
SE3635Half Guinea, 1717. S.3635; Fr-329; KM-541.1. George I. First bust. An interesting diebreak on the king's face as well as an adjustment line. Considerable original luster that
SE3637Half Guinea, 1725. S.3637; Fr-329; KM-560. George I, 2nd Bust. First year of this three year issue. A beautiful, lustrous coin with a bold strike & a clear portrait.
SE3639George I AR Crown. DECIMO TERTIO & dated 1726. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust left / Crowned cruciform shields; roses & plumes in opposite quarters. ESC 115.
SE3642Halfcrown, 1720/17. George I. S-3642. Roses & Plumes reverse. Edge date not visible in the slab. All experienced British collectors know that the halfcrowns of this reign, the first
SE3643George I AR Halfcrown. South Sea Company issue. Dated DECIMO & 1723. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust right / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around Garter Star; SS & C in quarters. ESC 592.
SE3645Shilling, 1715. S.3645; ESC-1162. George I. First bust, Roses & plumes in angles. Light haymarking flakes on both sides. Otherwise gem quality with attractive silvery gray &
SE3646Shilling, 1720. S.3646; ESC-1168. George I. First bust, angles plain. Sharp strike with attractive deep toning. NGC graded MS-64.
SE3647George I. 1714-1727. AR Shilling. South Sea Company issue, 1723. Laureate bust right / Cruciform arms with SS C in quarters; C over SS in lower quarter.
SE3649George I AR Shilling. Dated 1725. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust right / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around Garter Star; roses & plumes in quarters. ESC 1183.
SE3651Sixpence, 1717. S.3651; ESC-1597; KM-553.1. George I. Roses & plumes in angles. Fully lustrous with lovely old toning. NGC graded MS-63.
SE3652George I AR Sixpence. South Sea Company issue. Dated 1723. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust right; small lettering / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around Garter Star; SS & C in quarters. ESC 1600.
SE3659George I Æ Halfpenny. 'Dump' issue. Dated 1717. Laureate & cuirassed bust right / Britannia seated left on globe, holding olive branch & spear, & leaning on ornamental oval shield. Peck 769.
SE3660Halfpenny, 1719. S.3660; Peck-793. George I. Second obverse. With nearly full mint luster. A little weakness of striking on the King's hair- as often occurs, but overall a superbly
SE3661George I. 1714-1727. Æ Farthing, dump issue, dated 1717. Laureate bust right / Britannia seated left, date below. Peck 783.
SE3662Farthing, 1719. S.3662. George I. Variety with large obverse letters. With luster. Very Rare. NGC graded MS-63 Brown.
SE3666George II AV Five Guineas. Old head left / Crowned coat-of-arms. Edge: DECVS...VICESIMO SECVNDO.
SE36682 Guineas, 1739. S.3668; Fr-337. George II. Old head. Light golden tone. Although not the rarest of the 18th century Two Guinea dates, the 1739 George II Old Head rarely if ever
SE36692 Guineas, 1740/39. S. 3669; Fr-337. George II. Old head. A scarcer date than the previous coin & an overdate as well, this is a nice, practically flawless piece. NGC graded
SE3670Guinea, 1727. S.3670; Fr-339; KM-562. George II. 1st Young Head. First type, large reverse shields, small obverse letters. One of the classic rarities of this period. NGC graded
SE3671Guinea, 1728. George II, First young laureate Head, second style with slightly smaller lettering in the legends. S-3671. Fr-339. As the owner of the Cheshire Collection points out,
SE3674Guinea, 1733. S.3674; Fr-339; KM-573.3. George II. Second, Young head. Not in the Terner collection. A choice coin with considerable luster. Rarer than catalogues suggest.
SE3680Guinea, 1758. S.3680; Fr-344; KM-588. George II. Old head. An especially choice guinea with flashy luster & a very bold strike. NGC graded MS-63.
SE3681Gold Proof Half Guinea, 1728. George II. Young laureate bust. S-3681. WR-75. Plain edge. R4, 11-20 known. Extremely rare, a Proof of Record (intended for museum collections)
SE3683George II AV Half Guinea. Dated 1746. Intermediate laureate head left / Crowned & garnished coat-of-arms. Schneider II 603.
SE3685Half Guinea, 1750. S.3685; Fr-349; KM-587. George II, Old Head. A choice coin, boldly struck, lustrous with reddish gold tone. Another deceptively rare date. Seldom ever seen
SE3686Silver Crown, 1732. George II. Young laureate bust. Roses & Plumes in reverse angles. S-3686. Edge not viewable in the slab but designated as ESC-117, or SEXTO regnal year, by NGC.
SE3687George II AR Crown. Young Head issue. DECIMO QVARTO & dated 1741. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust left / Crowned cruciform shields; rose in each quarter. ESC 123.
SE3688Silver Crown, 1743. George II. Old laureate bust. Roses in reverse angles. S-3688. Edge not readable in the slab but designated as ESC-124, or regnal year SEPTIMO, by NGC. Same
SE3689Silver Crown, 1746 LIMA. George II. Old laureate bust. S-3689. Edge not readable in the slab. Recut 6 in date. Bifurcated letters in the legends. Some will not like this
SE3690Crown, 1750. S.3690; ESC-127; Dav-1351. George II. Old laureate head left. Toned. NGC graded VF-25. Estimated Value 00-700.
SE3692Halfcrown, 1732. George II, young draped bust. Roses & Plumes reverse. S-3692. Edge not visible in the slab. Rare type, made from what is called West Country silver alloy, ore
SE3693George II AR Halfcrown. Young Head issue. DVODECIMO & dated 1739. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust left / Crowned cruciform shields; rose in each quarter. ESC 600.
SE3694George II AR Halfcrown. Old Head issue. DECIMO SEPTIMO & dated 1743. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust left / Crowned cruciform shields; rose in each quarter. ESC 603A.
SE3695George II AR Halfcrown. LIMA issue. Dated DECIMO NONO & 1745/3(?). Laureate, draped, & cuirassed older bust left; LIMA beneath / Crowned, cruciform shields around Garter Star; plain quarters.
SE3695AGeorge II AR Halfcrown. Lima issue. Dated 1746. Old bust left; LIMA below / Cruciform crowned coats-of-arms around Garter Star. Edge: DECVS...DECIMO NONO. ESC 606.
SE3696George II AR Halfcrown. Dated 1746. Old bust left / Cruciform crowned coats-of-arms around Garter Star. Edge: DECVS...VICESIMO. ESC 608.
SE3698Shilling, 1728. S.3698; ESC-1192. George II. Young bust. Roses & plumes in angles. Boldly struck with somewhat prooflike fields & lovely deep old toning. NGC graded MS-65.
SE3699George II AR Shilling. Dated 1737. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed young bust left / Crowned, cruciform shields around Garter Star; roses & plumes in quarters. ESC 1200.
SE3700Shilling, 1728. S.3700; ESC-1191. George II. Young bust. Angles plain. This variety (a one-year type with plain reverse) is rated higher in the Spink catalogue (£1, 000 in EF).
SE3703Shilling, 1745-Lima. S.3703; ESC-1205. George II. Old head. Lima below. Attractively toned (silvery golden gray iridescence) with lovely fresh mint luster! A exceptionally choice
SE3704George II. 1727-1760. AR Shilling. Dated 1758. Laureate bust left / Cruciform arms.
SE3707Sixpence, 1728. S.3707; ESC-1606; KM-564.3. George II. Young head. Roses & plumes in angles. Light haymarking, otherwise a lovely sharp example with original luster & toning.
SE3708Sixpence, 1739. S.3708; ESC-1612; KM-564.4. George II. Young head. Roses in angles. Rare variety with O over R in legend. Toned. NGC graded MS-63.
SE3712Silver Fourpence, 1731. George II. S-3712. Young bust. Common up through EF grade, but like all silver of this era elusive in State. Here is a very handsome example. Light
SE3715ASilver Penny, 1750. George II. S-3715A Young head. Scarce type which catalogues only up to EF in the Spink price guide. This one is miles above that! A gorgeous iridescent toned
SE3717Proof copper Halfpenny, 1729. George II Young Head. S-3717. P-835, cited as Rare. The last halfpenny struck under the previous king appeared in 1724, & Peck begins commenting on
SE3718Halfpenny, 1740. S.3718. George II. Old laureate bust left. With traces of luster. NGC graded MS-64 Brown. Estimated Value 50-900.
SE3719George II Æ Halfpenny. Old Head issue. Dated 1751. Laureate & cuirassed bust left / Britannia seated left on globe, holding olive branch & spear, & leaning on ornamental oval shield. Peck 881.
SE3720Proof Farthing, 1730. George II Young laureate Head. S-3720 (no Proof listed). Peck-857. 1730 was the first year of the farthings of this king, as regal copper coinage
SE3721Farthing, 1741. S.3721. George II. Old laureate head. Some luster. NGC graded MS-65 Brown. Estimated Value 50-850.
SE3722George II Æ Farthing. Old Head issue. Dated 1754. Laureate & cuirassed bust left / Britannia seated left on globe, holding olive branch & spear, & leaning on ornamental oval shield. Peck 892.
SE3724AGeorge III AV 2 Guineas pattern of 1773, by Tanner. WR-80.
SE3727Rose Guinea, 1772. S.3727; Fr-354; KM-600. George III, 3rd laureate head. Not in the Terner collection. Somewhat prooflike surfaces & sharply struck, with dazzling
SE3728George III AV Guinea. Dated 1774. Laureate Fourth head right / Crowned coat-of-arms within ornate frame. Cf. Schneider 609.
SE3729 ENGLAND. House of Hanover. George III (1760–1820). AV guinea (8.26 gm). 1790. Laureate head right (fifth type) / Crowned coat of arms. Seaby 3729. KM 609. Good very fine Estimated Value: $ 275
SE3730Guinea, 1813. S.3730; Fr-357; KM-664. George III, 6th (Military) Head. An exceptionally nice example of the final type of guinea, struck only during this one year, & intended as
SE3731Half Guinea, 1762. S.3731; Fr-358; KM-593. Geroge III. First laureate head. Sharply struck with an abundant of original mint luster. Exceptionally pretty old-gold color. Among the
SE3732Half Guinea, 1764. S.3732; Fr-359; KM-599. George III. Second head. So called rose type, for its resemblance to the outline of an open (Tudor) rose. Boldly struck & highly
SE3734Half Guinea, 1784. S.3734; Fr-361; KM-605. George III, 4th Head. A lovely example of a type which remains under-appreciated & elusive in high grade. NGC graded MS-61.
SE3735Gold Proof Half Guinea, 1787. George III. S-3735. WR-130. Plain edge. 5th laureate bust of the king, called the Spade style because of the shape of the reverse shield,
SE3736Half Guinea, 1802. S.3736; Fr-363; KM-649. George III. Sixth (laureate) head. Fully lustrous & difficult to locate in choice condition. NGC graded MS-62.
SE3737George III AV Half Guinea. GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA, laureate, 7th (military) head right / BRITANNIARVM REX FIDEI DEFENSOR, crowned oval containing HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE around coat of arms. KM 651, Fr 367.
SE3738Third Guinea, 1797. S.3738; Fr-365; KM-620. George III, 1st Laureate Head. Lovely red tone. NGC graded MS-62. Estimated Value 00-800.
SE3740Third Guinea, 1808. S.3740; Fr-367; KM-650. George III, 2nd Laureated Head. Bright luster, bold strike, most pleasing overall. NGC graded MS-63.
SE3741Quarter Guinea, 1762. S.3741; Fr-368. George III, Laureated Head. One year type. NGC graded MS-61. Estimated Value 00-800.
SE3743George III silver shilling. Tower Mint, London. GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA REX, laureate & draped bust right / Coat of arms.
SE3746George III AR Shilling dated 1787. GERGIVS III DEI GRATIA, older bust right / M B F ET A REX F D B ET L D S R I A T ET E, 1787, Semée of hearts in Hanoverian shield.
SE3747Silver Shilling, 1798. George III. S-3747, portrait style of the 1787 currency issue but with the distinctive date, which appears on no other English shilling. Plain edge.
SE3765Dollar, ND. S.3765; ESC-129; KM-634. George III. Oval countermark with head of George III on a 1793 Mexico City 8 Reales. Attractively toned. NGC graded AU-55.
SE3768George III AR Dollar. Bank of England issue. Dated 1804. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust right; :C.H.K on shoulder / Britannia seated left, leaning on shield set on cornucopiae, holding branch & spear; bee hive before; all within crowned oval. ESC 144.
SE3769Three Shillings silver Bank Token, 1812. George III. S-3769. Draped bust in armor. Anyone interested in the history of these pieces should see the wonderful study by E.M. Kelly
SE3770Three Shillings Bank Token, 1812. S.3770; ESC-416; KM-Tn5. George III. Laureate head. Toned. NGC graded MS-64.
SE3772Eighteen Pence, 1813. S.3772; ESC-976; KM-Tn3. George III. Bank of England token. Lovely toning. NGC graded MS-65.
SE3774George III Æ Halfpence. Tower Mint, London. GEORGIUS III D G REX, laureate & draped bust right / BRITANNIA 1771, Britannia seated left.
SE3775George III Æ Farthing. First issue. Dated 1773. Laureate & cuirassed bust right / Britannia seated left on globe, holding olive branch & spear, & leaning on ornamental oval shield. Peck 911.
SE3776George III Æ Twopence. Soho Mint, Birmingham. GEORGIUS III D G REX, laureate & draped bust right / BRITANNIA 1797, Britannia seated left.
SE3777Bronzed Proof Penny, 1797. Peck-1123; S.3777. George III. NGC graded Proof 64 Brown. Estimated Value 50-900.
SE3778George III AR Halfcrown. Laureate bull head right / Crowned coat-of-arms. ESC 616.
SE3779Proof copper Farthing, 1799. George III. S-3779. Soho , Third issue. Gleaming mahogany-colored surfaces, light hairlines & a couple of really tiny marks but a lovely look
SE3780Penny, 1806. S.3780; KM-663. George III. Minor field abrasion marks. Chocolate brown. PCI graded Proof 64 Brown.
SE3781George III Æ Penny. Soho mint. Laureate bust right; K on shoulder / Britannia seated left; K & SOHO below shield. Peck 1342.
SE3782Farthing, 1806. S.3782; Peck-1389; KM-661. Copper. George III.
SE3785Sovereign, 1817. S.3785; Fr-371; KM-674. George III. Laureate head. / St. George & dragon. First year of issue of the classic English sovereign
SE3785CSovereign, 1820. S.3785C; Fr-371; KM-674. George III. Small date. The final year of this first type of sovereign.
SE3786George III AV Half Sovereign. Dated 1817. Laureate head left / Crowned coat-of-arms. Cf. Schneider 631.
SE3787George III AR Crown. Benedetto Pistrucci, engraver. Dated LIX & 1819. Laureate head right / St. George slaying the dragon. ESC 215.
SE3788Halfcrown, 1816. S.3788; ESC-613; KM-667. George III. Bull head. Lovely golden toning.
SE3789Halfcrown, 1817. S. 3789; ESC-618; KM-672. George III. Small head.
SE3790Shilling, 1816. S.3790; ESC-1228; KM-666. George III.
SE3791Sixpence, 1816. S.3791; KM-665. George III. Laureate head right.
SE3797Great Britain 1826, George IV, 5 Pounds.
SE3805George IV AR Crown. 1821. GEORGIUS IIII D G BRITANNIAR REX F D, laureate head left / St. George on horseback left, dragon below; ANNO REGNI SECUNDO in raised letters on edge. ESC 252.
SE3815George IV AR Proof Sixpence. Dated 1826. Laureate head left / Lion standing left on crown, head facing; floral spray beneath. ESC 1663.
SE3824George IV Æ Halfpenny. Laureate head left / Britannia seated right. Peck 1433.
SE3835William IV AR Shilling. Dated 1834. Bare head right / Two-line legend within crowned wreath. ESC 1268.
SE3845William IV Æ Penny. Dated 1837. Bare head right / Helmeted Britannia seated right on outcropping, holding oval shield & trident; shamrock, rose, & thistle in exergue. Peck 1460.
SE3851Victoria AV 5 Pounds. 1839. VICTORIA D: G: BRITANNIARUM REGINA F: D:, young head left / DIRIGE DEUS GRESSUS MEUS, Victoria as Una leading the British lion with a sceptre, MDCCCXXXIX below, W. WYON B.A. along bottom edge. Fr 386.
SE3852CVictoria AV Sovereign. London, 1872. VICTORIA DEI GRATIA, young filleted bust left, WW in relief on neck truncation / BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID: DEF:, crowned coat of arms surrounded by open wreath, rose below.
SE3853Victoria AV Sovereign. Young Head issue. Dated 1871. Head left, in fillet / Crowned shield of arms within olive wreath; thistle, rose, & shamrock below; 40 between.
SE3857Victoria AV Sovereign. Young Head issue. Melbourne, Australia mint. Dated 1878. Head left, in fillet; M below / St. George riding right & slaying dragon.
SE3861Victoria AV Half-Sovereign. Young Head issue. Dated 1883. Head left, in fillet / Crowned ornamental shield.
SE3864 ENGLAND. Victoria (1837–1901). AV 5 pounds (39.90 gm). Jubilee coinage, 1887. Crowned, veiled bust left / St. George on horseback right, slaying dragon. Seaby 3864.
SE3865 ENGLAND. Victoria (1837–1901). AV 2 pounds (15.97 gm). Jubilee coinage, 1887. Crowned, veiled bust left / St. George on horseback right, slaying dragon. Seaby 3865.
SE3872Victoria AV Proof Five Pounds. Old veiled bust left / Pistrucci's St. George & the dragon.
SE3882Victoria AR Crown. Young Head issue. VIII & dated 1844. Head left, in fillet / Crowned shield of arms within olive wreath; thistle, rose, & shamrock below.
SE3883Victoria AR Crown. Gothic type. Dated UNDECIMO & 1847. Crowned bust left, in embroidered robe / Crowned, cruciform shields around Garter Star; rose, thistle, & shamrock in quarters; all within Gothic frame. ESC 288.
SE3894Victoria AR Florin. Gothic issue. Dated mdccclxxvii (1877). Crowned bust left; 25 below bust; no W W / Crowned cruciform shields; thistle, rose, & shamrock in each quarter between trefoil arches.
SE3903Victoria AR Shilling. Dated 1838. First young head left / Denomination in crowned wreath; date in exergue. ESC 1278.
SE3912Victoria AR Sixpence. Dated 1886. Third young head left / Denomination in crowned wreath; date in exergue. ESC 1748.
SE3948Victoria Æ Penny. Young Head issue. Dated 1841. Head left, in fillet / Helmeted Britannia seated right on outcropping, holding oval shield & trident; shamrock, rose and thistle in exergue.
SE3965Edward VII AV Five Pounds. Bare head right / Pistrucci's St. George and the dragon.
SE3967Edward VII AV Two Pounds. Bare head right / Pistrucci's St. George and the dragon.
SE3978Edward VII AR Crown. Dated 1902. Bare head right / Pistrucci's St. George and the Dragon; date in exergue. ESC 361.
SE3994George V AV Proof Five Pounds. Bare head left / Pistrucci's St. George and the dragon.
SE3995George V. 1910-1935. AV Proof Two Pounds. Dated 1911. Bare head left / Pistrucci's St. George and the dragon.
SE5005SCOTLAND. David I. 1124-1153. AR Penny. Roxburgh mint? Crowned bust right, holding sceptre, legend unreadable / Cross potent with pellets-in-crescent in quarters, pellet linking the crescents to the center of the cross; two quarters with additional pellets.
SE5025Scotland, William I, the Lion, AR Penny. Crescent & Pellet coinage, 1174-1195. Roxburgh mint; Raul, moneyer. [LE] REI WILL[AM], crowned bust left, holding sceptre with cross pommée / [+RAV]L ON ROC, short cross with crescents & pellets in quarters.
SE5029Scotland, William I, the Lion, AR Penny. LE REI WILLAM, head of William I left, sceptre before / +HVE WALTER, short cross with stars in quarters. Burns 15.
SE5055Scotland, Alexander III, 1249-1286 AR Penny. ALEXANDER DEI GRA, croned bust left, holding sceptre / REX SCOTORVM, long cross with a star in each angle.
SE5088Scotland, David II AR Penny. Edinburgh mint, first coinage, 1333-1357. DAVID DEI GRATIA, crowned, small fine head left; sceptre before / REX SCOTTORVM, long cross quartered with mullets. Burns 245.
SE5091Scotland, David II AR Groat. Edinburgh mint, ca 1357. + DAVID DEI GRA: REX SCOTORVM, crowned bust left holding sceptre surmounted by a lis / DNS . PTECTOR MS F LIBATOR MS around VILLA x EDINBVRGH divided by long cross pattée, mullet in each angle.
SE5125Scotland, David II AR Groat. Edinburgh mint. Light coinage, 1367-1371. DAVID D: GRA: REX SCOTORVM, crowned bust left holding sceptre before; star at base of sceptre / DNS PTECTOR MS F LIBATOR MS, long cross quartered with mullets. Burns 302.
SE5138Robert II AR Halfgroat. Edinburgh, 1371-1390. ROBERTVS DEI GRATIA REX SCOTORVM, crowned bust left, star on sceptre handle, trefoils within tressure / VILLA EDInBVRGh, cross and mullets.
SE5231Scotland, James II AR Groat. Second coinage, first issue, 1451-1460. Edinburgh mint. Crowned facing bust in tressure / +VILLA EDIn BVRG, long cross with crowns & pellets in quarters; double saltire stops by initial cross. Burns II p. 74, 5b.
SE5280Scotland, James III AR Groat. Light issue, circa 1482. Edinburgh mint. Crowned facing bust in tressure of seven arcs / VILL A EDE nBEO VRGE, long cross with pellets & mullets. Burns p. 123, 24/23 (fig. 605); SCBI 35, 763 (same reverse die).
SE5396Mary Queen of Scots AV 22 Shillings. James, Earl of Arran, as Regent & Governor of Scotland. Dated 1553. MARIA• D• G• R• SCOTORVM, crowned coat-of-arms; I G at sides / +DILIGITE IVSTICIAM 1553, crowned monogram; cinquefoils at sides. Burns 814(1) var.
SE5425Scotland, Mary 1542-1567. AR Ryal. Fourth period, married to Henry Darnley. Dated 1566. •MARIA•&•HENRIC9•DEI•GRA•R•&•R•SCOTORV•, crowned coat-of-arms flanked by thistles / (thistle)• EXVRGAT•DEVS•&•DISSIPENTR:INIMCI•E9•, crowned palm tree with DAT GLORIA VIRES on banner; date across field.
SE5460Scotland, James VI AV Crown & sceptre. Eighth coinage, 1601. (rose) . IACOBVS . 6 . D . G . R . SCOTORVM, crown above shield / (rose) SALVS . POPVLI. SVPREMA . LVX, crossed sword & sceptre flanked by two thistles, crown above, date below. Fr 46, Kr 20.
SE5512SCOTLAND. James VI (I of England). 1567-1625. Billon Eightpenny Groat (1.87 gm). Struck 1583-1590. IACOB' 6 D G R SCOT, crowned arms / OPPID' EDINB', crowned thistle.
SE5581Scotland, Charles I AR 20 Pence. 1625. CAR D G SCOT ANG FR ET HIB R, crowned bust left, 20 behind / IVST . THRONVM . FIRMAT ., crowned thistle.
SE6362Ireland, Edward IV of England, 1461-1483, AR Penny (15mm). Dublin mint. Crowned bust facing, saltires by neck / CIVITAS DVBLIN, long cross with three pellets in each angle.
SE6505Ireland, Elizabeth I AR Shilling. Second (Fine) coinage, dated 1561. (harp) ELIZABETH D. G. BR. F. ET. HIBERNIE : REG :, crowned bust left / (harp) POSVI : DEVM : AVDITOREM : MEVM, three harps within crowned coat of arms.
SE6517Ireland, James I of England, 1603-1626, AR Sixpence (21x22mm. IACOBVS DG MAG BRIT FRA ET HI REX, bust left / TVEATVR UNITA DEVS, crowned harp.
SE6579EIreland, James II (1685–1691) Brass Half Crown. Gunmoney, March 1690. IACOBVS . II . DEI . GRATIA, laureate, draped bust left / MAG . BR. FRA . ET . HIB . REX, crown over crossed sceptres dividing J—R, year & XXX above, month below.
SE6608Ireland. George II AE Farthing. D&F-558. GEORGIVS II REX, laureate left-facing Irish portrait / HIBERNIA 17-37, crowned harp, D&F 558.
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