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Lot 520
Charles I, Third coinage, 1637-42, Twelve Shillings, new style bust of king left slightly breaking inner circle, XII behind, without F, MAG.BRIT,
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Charles I,
Third coinage, 1637-42, Twelve Shillings, new style bust of king left slightly breaking inner circle, XII behind, without F, MAG.BRIT, R.crowned arms with crowned C and R at sides, lozenge below, thistle before legend and F over crown (S.5564). Wear to highpoints on reverse, otherwise very fine, obverse better. (1)
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    Bonhams
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    United Kingdom
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