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HM32362

Commonwealth 1652/0 gold Crown AU50, no D in ENGLAND

Regular price £9,500
Regular price Sale price £9,500

Commonwealth (1649-60), gold Crown, 1652, 2 of date struck over 0, English shield within laurel and palm branch, legends in English language, initial mark sun without stops, final letter D of legend omitted, THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAN, rev. English and Irish shields, value .V. above, beaded circle and legend surrounding, date at top, smaller lettering than obverse, GOD. WITH. VS., weight 2.20g (Schneider 360; Bull EGC 64 R5; N.2719; S.3212). Toned with a nice red colour, weak in parts with some light double striking in obverse legend, has been slabbed and graded by NGC as AU50 and a rare variation with the D omitted in legend, extremely rare.

NGC Certification 6844930-011.

All gold coins of this period are struck in 22 carat gold and are the first British coins to have legends in plain English.

Provenance:

Purchased from Colin Cooke 2014 for £3,500.

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