James I Britain Crown of Five Shillings
James I (1603-1625), Britain Crown of Five Shillings, second coinage (1604-19), first crowned and armoured bust right, beaded circle surrounding, initial mark rose struck over lis (1605-5) both sides, pellet and comma stops in legend, IACOBVS. D’. G’. MAG’. BRIT’. FRA’. ET. HIB’. REX, outer beaded circle surrounding both sides, rev crowned quartered shield of arms, I to left of crown, R to right of crown, beaded circle surrounding, pellet stop legend, .HENRICVS. ROSAS. REGNA. IACOBVS., 2.34g (Schneider 45; N.2090; S.2624).
Flatly struck in parts though on a broad flan, toned almost very fine.