Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1684, fourth laureate and draped bust facing right, toothed border
surrounding, legend reads CAROLVS.II. DEI.GRATIA. Rev, crowned cruciform shields, garter star at centre, interlinked C’s in each angle, five strings to Irish harp, date either side of crown above English shield, reading MAG. BR.FRA. ET.HIB REX, 6.05g (ESC. 1066; Bull. 559; S.3381; MCE.763).
A classic example of the large imposing fourth bust, cabinet toning, with much eye appeal.
About extremely fine and much nicer than usually encountered.