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Commonwealth 1653 Crown

Commonwealth (1649-60), silver Crown, 1653, English shield within laurel and palm branch, legends in English language, initial mark sun, .THE. COMMONWEALTH. OF. ENGLAND., all letter Ns struck over inverted Ns#, rev. English and Irish shields, value .V. above, beaded circle and legend surrounding, date at top, GOD. WITH. VS., 29.56g (Bull 6; ESC 6; N.2721; S3214). Attractively toned, a little weak on one part of shields both sides, otherwise a bold very fine, a pleasing example.

Commonwealth coinage were the only to have legends in English language until the 1953 Crown of Queen Elizabeth had an edge inscription in English.

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