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Scotland, Charles I Two Shillings, first coinage

Scotland, Charles I (1625-49), silver Two Shillings, First Coinage (1625-34), crowned rose, beaded circles and legend surrounding, initial mark thistle both sides, .C. D. G.. ROSA. SINS. SPINA., note S struck over E in SINE, C possibly over I at start of legend, rev. crowned thistle, TVEATVR. VNITA. DEVS., weight 0.93g (Burns 6, fig.1000; S.5544). Toned, weak in parts, a little ragged on part of rim, otherwise a bold very fine and rare.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse "Charles by the Grace of God, a rose without a thorn" and on the reverse "May God guard these united."

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