James I, Sixpence (Ewerby Hoard) in Very Good

In 2016, a Civil War hoard of silver coins was found in Ewerby, Lincolnshire, they were declared and legally sold. We bought all of the James I Sixpences in the hoard, which was only about 60 coins and all dated in the early 1600s. The hoard was buried during the reign of King Charles I. James, his father only ruled from 1603 until 1625. These coins are difficult coins to find and, in any case, are now about 400 years old. We offer them in here in Very Good. It comes in a presentation capsule with a certificate stating it comes from the Ewerby Hoard and the date of the coin. Remember, that a Sixpence is usually carried by the bride for good luck. They make wonderful gifts and are an important part of British history, there were only sixty (60) coins of James I total in the hoard. Get one for yourself while you still can...
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SKU: CJA2510
£145.00
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