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Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
London Coins Auction 161
Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
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English Hammered Coins

English Hammered Coins : Triple Unite 1643 Charles I (1625-1649) Oxford mint.  S2726. Rarer type with half-length crowned portrait of king in armour and scarf flying from shoulder.  Plume behind head. King has symbolic sword in one hand and olive branch in other. Mint mark Oxford plume above. Obverse legend reads: CAROLVS:  D: G:  MAGN:  BRIT:  FR:  ET:  HI:  REX   Reverse has declaration in 3 lines on ornate scroll. RELIG: PROT: LEG: ANGL: LIBER:  This is the King’s undertaking to uphold the Protestant religion, the laws of the kingdom, and the freedoms and privileges of Parliament.  Struck on a large full flan which is slightly irregular as is usual for this type.  EF the reverse better and virtually mint state, with some original lustre. Therefore a rarer type and in higher grade than the example which realised £56,000 in our last sale (lot 1719)<br />
 : £ 85000
English Hammered Coins : Triple Unite 1643 Charles I (1625-1649) Oxford mint.  S2726. Rarer type with half-length crowned portrait of king in armour and scarf flying from shoulder.  Plume behind head. King has symbolic sword in one hand and olive branch in other. Mint mark Oxford plume above. Obverse legend reads: CAROLVS:  D: G:  MAGN:  BRIT:  FR:  ET:  HI:  REX   Reverse has declaration in 3 lines on ornate scroll. RELIG: PROT: LEG: ANGL: LIBER:  This is the King’s undertaking to uphold the Protestant religion, the laws of the kingdom, and the freedoms and privileges of Parliament.  Struck on a large full flan which is slightly irregular as is usual for this type.  EF the reverse better and virtually mint state, with some original lustre. Therefore a rarer type and in higher grade than the example which realised £56,000 in our last sale (lot 1719)<br />
 : £ 85000
Description Triple Unite 1643 Charles I (1625-1649) Oxford mint.  S2726. Rarer type with half-length crowned portrait of king in armour and scarf flying from shoulder.  Plume behind head. King has symbolic sword in one hand and olive branch in other. Mint mark Oxford plume above. Obverse legend reads: CAROLVS:  D: G:  MAGN:  BRIT:  FR:  ET:  HI:  REX   Reverse has declaration in 3 lines on ornate scroll. RELIG: PROT: LEG: ANGL: LIBER:  This is the King’s undertaking to uphold the Protestant religion, the laws of the kingdom, and the freedoms and privileges of Parliament.  Struck on a large full flan which is slightly irregular as is usual for this type.  EF the reverse better and virtually mint state, with some original lustre. Therefore a rarer type and in higher grade than the example which realised £56,000 in our last sale (lot 1719)
Category English Hammered Coins
£ 85,000.00