Charles I (1625-49), silver Half Pound of Ten Shillings, 1642, Shrewsbury Mint, armoured King on horseback left, crowned holding sword, Shrewsbury plume in field behind, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, initial mark seven pellets, CAROLVS. D: G: MAG: BRI: FRA: ET. HIB: REX, rev. Latin Declaration in two lines at centre between ruled lines RELIG: PROT: LEG / ANGL: LIBER: PARL, three Shrewsbury plumes above, over value X, date below, Latin legend and beaded borders surrounding, initial mark four pellets, EXVRGAT. DEVS. DISSIPENTVR. INIMICI, weight 60.86g (Brooker 800 this coin; Morrieson B-4; N.2364; S.2920). Toned, double struck on reverse, some light smoothing and tooling both sides, with an excellent depiction of the King, good very fine and scarce.