Elizabeth I (1558-1603), fine gold Sovereign of Thirty Shillings, sixth issue (1583-1600), full facing robed figure of Queen seated on large throne, lis headed pillar either side, throne back of pellets in hatching, five pellets up each side of throne back, portcullis below Queen, tressure and beaded border surrounding, Latin legend and outer beaded border on both sides, initial mark tun (1592-95), ELIZABETH. D; G; ANG FRA; ET. HIB; REGINA. rev. quartered shield at centre of ornate rose, beaded circle surrounding, A'. DNO; FACTV; EST. ISTVD ET. EST. MIRAB; OCVL'. NRS, weight 15.54g (B&C 2, A26; Schneider 783; N.2003; S.2529). A decent full round well-struck coin with a red tinged tone, just a slight hint of weakness in parts of legend both sides, otherwise almost extremely fine, very rare this well preserved.