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1634-5 Charles I Hammered Silver Shilling mm Bell

Manufacturer: London Mint

Weight (grams): 5.8

Pure silver content (grams): 5.328

Fineness: Approx 925

Dimensions: 31.6

Grade: Extremely Fine

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A collectable, high-grade hammered silver Shilling of King Charles I, with the mint mark of a "Bell" demonstrating it was struck in 1634 or 1635.

The obverse features the crowned bust facing left, with 'XII' behind representing a Shilling (twelve pence). The reverse shows the oval garnished shield of Royal Arms. This coin is in extremely fine condition, with strong clear 'hair' details to the obverse bust with a bright light tone. This coin was struck during the time when King Charles the First dissolved parliament, beginning the English Civil War.

Group D, Fourth bust type E1/1, Facing left with large XII behind and no inner circles. Mint mark "Bell" CAROLVS.D.G.MA.BR:FRA.ET.HIB.REX.

Oval garnished shield of Royal Arms with no inner circles or "CR". Mint mark "Bell" CHRISTO.AVSPICE.REGNO.

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