This coin is a part of an old family collection;I would be please for it to go to a collector, who would value it as we. The years, This coin has been looked at and valuated by. Of three prominent numismatic agencies and it is identified as it. Please read full description below. The photos as they are a part of /description.
And feel free toemail me with any questions. Of this short-lived issue, sharply impressed with even details on. Struck on a broad and almost full flan, legends bold, initial markslightly worn in some places, toned in rich shades of Gold.
Within laurel and palm branch. (for the first time in British mintage history). · THE · COMMONWEALTH· OF · ENGLAND ·. Above:beaded circle and legend surrounding, date (1656) some digits are slightly.During the time but still readable. Legends in plain English language surrounding. Georges Cross and Irish harp. GOD · WITH · VS ·. Or worn in parts of legend and around date are with some weakness, otherwise, toned, very fine and rare. The coins of the Commonwealth period both are thefirst British coins to have legends in plain English and are not. A king or queen but by the parliament.
A return can be done by written testimony of a certified expert. Museum authoritys express doubts about the authenticity of any.Let us know at the end of the sale and we will send our address and. Hammered Gold crown of Commonwealth of England" is in sale since Monday, March 15, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins\Coins\British\Hammered (Pre-c.1662)\Stuart & Commonwealth Coins".
The seller is "cyrusmackie" and is located in Twickenham. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.