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Elizabeth I Shilling

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), silver Shilling, second issue (1560-61), crowned bust left, type 3C, Latin legend with linear and beaded circles surrounding both sides, initial mark crosslet both sides, ELIZABETH: D;G; ANG; FRA; ET. HIB; REGINA, rev. long cross fourchee over quartered shield of arms, POSVI DEV; AD IVTORE M: MEV; weight 6.40g (BCW CC-5Cvi/CC-5Civ; N.1985; S.2555). A little weak in parts, toned, about very fine and rare.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse "Elizabeth by the Grace of God, Queen of England France and Ireland," and on the reverse "I have made God my Helper" a Psalm from the Bible.

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