William II, (1694-1702), Forty Shillings, 1695, laureate and draped bust left, toothed border both sides, value below drapery, legend surrounding, GVLIELMVS DEI . GRATIA. Rev, crowned quartered shield of arms, with an escutcheon of the Lion of Nassau, date at end of legend surrounding, MAG. BRIT. FRA.ET. HIB.REX.1695., edge inscribed in raised letters dated SEPTIMO (S.5679).
Extremely fine, some haymarking to the right of portrait, clear fields both sides, some metal striations on the reverse shield of arms, otherwise probably as struck for issue.