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Oliver Cromwell 1658 Shilling

Oliver Cromwell (d.1658), silver Shilling, 1658, laureate and draped bust left, raised die flaw at top of forehead, legend and toothed border surrounding, OLIVAR. D.G.R.P. ANG. SCO. HIB &c PRO, rev. crowned quartered shield of arms of the Protectorate, date above, PAX QVÆRITVR BELLO, weight 6.01g (Bull 254; ESC 1005; S.3228). Toned, with some light hairlines, light wear to highest points, almost extremely fine.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as "Oliver by the Grace of God, Protector of the Republic of England, Scotland and Ireland," and on the reverse "Peace is sought by war."

Provenance:

Ex Noble Numismatics, Sydney Australia, Sale 72, 26th March 2003, lot 985.

Ex Noble Numismatics, Sydney Australia, Sale 112, 25th July 2016, lot 2002.

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