Charles I (1625-49), Unite, group D, fourth crowned bust left, class II, initial mark crown (1635-36), value XX in field behind, legend surrounding, CAROLVS DG MAG BR FR ET HI REX. Rev, crowned quartered oval shield of arms, crowned C to left and R to right, legend reads FLORENT CONCORDIA REGNA, 9.04g (S.2692; N.2153; Brooker 96; Schneider 154).
Well struck up on a full flan, some hairlines in fields synonymous with this series, a little excess flan as a result of the striking process. The portrait sublime with great definition to the hair and crown. Bold good very fine, portrait moving towards extremely fine, a well rounded example.