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    Irish Fine Silver Shilling of King James I

    $360 (approx conversion from £285)

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    About this item

    This is a nice silver shilling, minted in London between 1604 - 1605 A.D. It was struck from 'fine' silver to replace Elizabeth's war-time base money. It bears the Second bust of James, with a pointed beard merging with armor. The reverse with the Irish harp. Mintmark is a martlet. The coin has a few flat spots but a nice excavated tone and in at least VF for the issue.

    DENOMINATION: Shilling

    CULTURE: Stuart IRELAND

    MONARCH: King James I

    DATE: 1604 - 1605 A.D.

    MATERIAL: Silver

    SIZE: 28mm diameter

    WEIGHT: 4.21 grams

    ATTRIBUTION: Spink 6513

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    Additional Information

    Code

    10146 (AB-29688)

    Period

    Stuart period

    Nationality

    Irish

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