James I, Half-Laurel of Ten Shillings, Third Coinage
Item Reference: JM53836
James I (1603-25), Half-Laurel of Ten Shillings, third coinage (1619-25), fourth laureate and draped bust left, small straight ties to laurel wreath, value in field behind, beaded circle surrounding, initial mark trefoil (1624), IACOBVS D: G: MAG: BRI: FRA: ET HI: REX outer beaded circle surrounding both sides. Rev, crowned quartered shield of arms, upon long cross fourchee, beaded circle surrounding, no reverse punctuation, HENRIC ROSAS REGNA IACOB.9, initial mark after third word, 4.49g (Schneider II-92; N.2117; S.2641A).
Rim a little irregular in parts, weak on high points of shield, otherwise good very fine.