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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.
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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