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Seaby #2688Charles 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.
Seaby 2690Charles I ‘Tower Mint’ Gold Unite Fragment, AV 1.67 gr, 20.93 mm. Group C, second bust, Under the king; 1625-1642 AD. Struck 1631-1632 AD. CAROLVS D G MA BR FR ET HIB REX, crowned bust left with mark of value ‘XX’ behind; ‘rose’ mintmark / CR with legend CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO, square topped shield of arms. SE 2690.TextImage
Seaby #2692Charles 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.
Seaby #2695Charles 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.
Seaby #2707Charles 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.
Seaby #2727Charles 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 pennabt, three fleurs-de-lis & III above, 1643 below. Fr258.
Seaby #2735ACharles 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.
Seaby 2756For 650 Charles 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.
Seaby 2758Charles 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.
Seaby 2773Charles I Group III – mm Bell, Tower Halfcrown Silver, 14.88 gr. 1634-1635 AD; Type 3a1. King on horseback left with scarf from waist, holding sword / Round shield of arms. SE 2773; N. 2209.TextImage
Seaby 2775Charles I Group III – Tower Halfcrown Silver, 15.20 gr. 1640-1641; Type 3a2; mm Star. King on horseback left, with scarf billowing from shoulder, holding sword / Round shield of arms. SE 2775; N. 2211.TextImage
Seaby 2779Charles I AR Lightweight Shilling. Second bust, struck 1625-1626. Tower mint; mm: Calvary cross/Calvary cross (over lis). Crowned bust left / Coat-of-arms
Seaby 2787Charles 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.
Seaby 2790Charles 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.
Seaby 2792Charles I ‘Tower Mint’ AR Shilling 5.57 grams, 30.97 mm. Group D, Bust 3a, Under the King; 1625-1642 AD. Struck 1636-1638 AD. Crowned bust left with mark of value ‘XII’ behind and legend CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX with ‘tun’ mintmark, no inner circle / Round garnished shield, no CR with egend CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO and same mintmark, no inner circle. SE 2792.TextImage
Seaby 2800Charles I ‘Tower Mint’ Shilling, Silver, 5.50 grams, 29.74 mm. Group F, Bust 4.4, Under Parliament; Struck 1645 AD. CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX, crowned bust left with mark of value ‘XII’ behind and ‘eye’ mintmark / CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO, square topped shield of arms, no CR, no mintmark. SE 2800.TextImage
Seaby 2802Stuarts, Charles I, Tower Under Parliament Shilling, 5.92 gr. 1645-1646 AD, group F, type 4.5. CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX, crowned bust left, XII (mark of value) head, 'sun' mintmark / CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO, cross moline over arms. Seaby 2802; N. 2232.TextImage
Seaby 2804Charles 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.
Seaby 2814Stuarts, Charles I AR Sixpence, Tower mint. 2.76 gr. 1636-1638, group E, mintmark tun. CAROLVS D G MA BR FR ET HI REX, crowned bust left, VI behind head, 'tun' mintmark / CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO, cross moline over coat of arms. Seaby 2814; N. 2242.TextImage
Seaby 2818Charles 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.
Seaby 2823England, Charles I, 1625-1649, AR Penny(12mm). C.D.G. ROSA SINE SPINA, rose / IVS THRONVM FIRMAT, rose.
Seaby 2827England, 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.
Seaby 2832England, Charles I, 1625-1649, AR Penny (13x14mm). Crowned bust left, I behind, no inner circle / .IVSTITIA.THRONVM.FIRMAT., Oval shield, no inner circle.
Seaby 2835Charles I AR Penny. Tower mint 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.
Seaby 2837Charles I ‘Tower Mint’ AR Halfpenny, 0.20 grams, 10.65 mm. Struck under the King, dated 1625-1642 AD, and under Parliament 1642-1649 AD. Rose / Rose. SE 2837.TextImage
Seaby 2840 Charles I (1625-1649) Halfcrown (33mm, 15.53g), Tower mint under Parliament, m.m. (R). with raised sword. Type 3.
Seaby 2843Charles 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.
Seaby 2850England, 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.
Seaby 2851Charles 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.
Seaby 2853Charles 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.
Seaby 2855Silver Briot Sixpence (1631-32). Charles I. S-2855. Nicholas Briot, another French import to the Royal , evidently was not put off by Mestrelle's misfortune working for the
Seaby 2856ACharles 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.
Seaby 2858Charles 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.
Seaby 2868Charles 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.
Seaby 2870Charles 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.
Seaby 2888Stuarts, Charles I, AR sixpence, Aberystwyth mint, 2.76 gr. 1638-1642 AD. CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX, crowned bust left, triple plumes to left, VI behind, 'book' mintmark / CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO, coat of arms within ornate circle. Seaby 2888; N. 2335.TextImage
Seaby 2917Charles 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.
Seaby 2937Charles 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.
Seaby 2944Charles 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.
Seaby 2945Charles 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.
SE 2948Charles I, Thomas Rawlins Oxford Crown, 1644. CAROLVS D G MAG BRIT FRAN ET HIBERNA, Charles, crowned, holding sword, on horseback left before a view of Oxford, showing the city wall and moat, Magdalen Tower, All Saints Church and the University Church of St. Mary. OXON in small letters above the skyline beneath the horse. / DEVS DISSIPENTVR INIMICI EXVRGAT around RELIG PROT LEG ANG LIBER PARL in two lines within decorative scrolls, three crowns and V above, date 1644 and OXON below. SE 2948.TextImage
Seaby 2981Charles 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.
Seaby 3144Charles I AR Ninepence, 1646. Siege coinage of Newark. Large crown between CR, value below. / OBS/NEWARK/1646.
Seaby 3145Rare Charles I ’1645 – NEWARKE’ Siege Ninepence 023396 Silver, 4.20 grams. Dated 1645 AD. Siege Money. Crown dividing C-R with IX below / [O]BS: N[E]WAR[K]E 16[45] in three lines. S. 3145; N. 2641.TextImage
Seaby #3189Charles I Copper Royal Farthing. Mark bell on obverse, struck 1634-35.
Seaby 5581Scotland, 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.
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