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Elizabeth I Three Farthings

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), silver Three Farthings, 1575, London Mint, third and fourth issues (1561-77), small crowned bust left, rose behind, inner and outer beaded circle surrounding, initial mark eglantine both sides, E: D: G: ROSA: SINE: SPINA: rev. long cross fourchee over quartered shield of arms, date above, CIVI TAS LON DON, weight 0.46g (N.2002; S.2571). Toned, hairline scratch on bust, struck a little off-centre with associated weaknesses, otherwise about very fine to very fine and rare.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse, "Elizabeth, by the grace of God, a rose without a thorn." and on the reverse as "City of London."

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