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JM33160

Scotland, Charles II 1676 Four-Merks second coinage, NGC VF30 Finest graded

Regular price £2,500
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Charles II (1649-85), silver Dollar, 1676, laureate and draped bust left, F in front of drapery for Falconer, outer beaded circle with legend surrounding, CAROLVS. II. .DEI. GRA, rev. pair of interlinked Cs at centre of crowned cruciform shields, thistles in angles, date either side of top crown, legend surrounds with "pellet in annulet" stops, .SCO ANG.FR ET.HIB REX., edge plain, weight 26.60g (SCBI 35 [Scottish], 1608; SCBI 70 [National Museum Scotland], 890-91; S.5618). Toned with wear to high points, has been slabbed and graded by NGC as VF30.

NGC Certification 6945839-004, as of March 2024 this coin appears to be the finest graded at both services.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as "Charles the Second by the grace of God" on obverse, and on the reverse as "King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland."

Provenance:

Ex Mark Rasmussen, list 26, item 266. Summer 2014

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