Rare Hammered Silver Coins


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Charles I, Crown 1625-9 Good VF_obv

Charles I, Crown (Tower Mint) Good VF

Group I, frist horseman, type Ia, king on horseback left, horse caparisoned with plume on head and crupper, mm Cross Calvary over Lis. Reverse, Square-topped shield over long cross fourchee, mm Cross Calvary. Good Very Fine with much of the fine details clear, an outstanding example.
Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, Tower Mint, Group III Type 3a m.m. Crown_obv

Charles I, Crown, Tower Mint Group III Type 3a m.m. Fine/Very Fine

(over Bell reverse). Third horseman, rev: oval shield without CR. S2758. Weak spot to the obverse, otherwise F/VF. A respectable example of this wonderful large Crown.
Edward I Canterbury Penny_obv

Edward I, Penny (Canterbury Mint) Very Good

In the reign of Edward I, the Silver Penny was the largest denomination made for circulation. Here we offer an example of an Edward I Silver Penny from the Canterbury Mint in Very Good condition.