Charles I, 1625-1649, Silver One Pound, 1642
KM-239.2, S-2939, 119.5 grams, 52mm. A provincial Civil War issue from the Oxford Mint. King on horseback left trampling on arms, plume behind, reverse: EXVRGAT:DEVS:DISSIPENTVR:INIMICI.:.:., declaration in two lines across field between two straight lines, RELIG.PROT.LEG ANG.LIBER.PAR, XX with three Oxford plumes above. Triple striking is obvious on the obverse, particularly the upraised sword and the beaded circle under the legend. Deep argent-gray with charcoal accents in the recesses. Several pin pricks and marks are noted in the obverse fields. A perfect example of this coinage.