Edward III, 1327-77, fourth coinage (1351-77), Treaty period (1361-9), Quarter-noble, 1.8g, London, shield in tressure of eight arcs, EDWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL, Treaty X, double saltire stops, no mark before EDWARD,
Mary, 1553-54, Groat, crowned bust left, R.VERITAS, long cross fourchee over shield, m.m.pomegranate (N.1960, S.2492); Philip and Mary, 1554-8, Groat, crowned bust of Mary, R.POSVIMVS, m.m.lis (N.1973, S.2508),
Elizabeth I, Sixpences (2), third and fourth issue (1573-8), 1569, intermediate bust 4B, ear shows, R.long cross fourchee over shield, m.m.coronet (S.2562), about very fine; 1574, bust 5A, R.long cross fourchee over shield, m.m.eglantine (S.2563), toned, clipped, nice portrait, very fine.next page
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