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Elizabeth I silver Halfpenny mm tun

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), silver Halfpenny, sixth issue (1582-1600), portcullis with chains, initial mark tun (1592-95) above, rev. long cross fourchee, three pellets in each angle, outer beaded border both sides, weight 0.22g (N.2018; S.2581). Toned very fine, a charming example of the smallest hammered silver denomination of the reign.

Provenance:

Ex A H Baldwin circa 1992, with ticket priced at £75 in the hand of Michael Sharp.

This coin illustrated in "Coinage and Currency in Eighteenth Century Britain, The Provincial Coinage" by David W Dykes, page 10, number 9c.

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