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FM18195

Edward VI Sixpence, third period, fine silver issue, mint mark tun

Edward VI (1547-53),fine silver Sixpence, third period (1551-53), facing crowned bust, rose to left, value to right, initial mark tun, linear and beaded circles with large letter legend surrounding, EDWARD: VI: D; G; AGL; FRA; Z: hIB; REX:,rev.long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms, smaller letter legend, POSVI DEV; A DIVTOR E; mEV;, weight 2.84g (N.1938; S.2483).Dark tone, weak in parts though with a charming portrait, practically very fine.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse, "Edward the Sixth by the grace of God, King of England France and Ireland." and on the reverse as "I have made God my helper."

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