Silver lozenge-shaped seige coin; Denomination: Shilling
Struck in the town of Newark
Charles I (1625-1649)

A shilling is a 12 pence (hence Roman XII on the coin)

Obverse Description

Large crown dividing the letters CR; below, the denomination in pence in Latin numerals, XII; border of beads (left of obverse weakly struck)

Reverse Description

Legend in three lines; OBS: / NEWA[RK] / 16..; border of beads (right of reverse weakly struck)

Edge Description


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