Charles I, 1625-1649, Silver Halfcrown, 1644
KM-241.23, S-3135, Booker-1112, 14.77 grams, 38mm. Chester mintmark, crude effigy of king riding left on horseback, raised sword in right hand, cloak flying from shoulder and trailing behind, "Declaration of Bristol" reverse, RELIG.PRO.LEG.ANG.LIBER.PAR on two lines at center, 1644 below, three plumes above, EXVERGAT.DEVS. DISSIPENTVR:INIMICI. Struck on a cracked, irregular flan, notable peripheral detail is missing. Pleasant medium gray color with a dark colored indentation right of center of the reverse. Numerous small marks and ancient scratches are noted. Rare type within denomination.