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DG08654

Scotland, Charles II 1677 Eighth Dollar

Scotland, Charles II (1649-85), silver Eighth Dollar, 1677, laureate and draped bust left, F in front of drapery presumably for Thomas 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, .SCO ANG.FR ET.HIB REX., edge plain, weight 3.28g (Burns 2, fig 1057; S.5622). Toned, very fine, rare denomination.

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

Provenance:

Ex A H Baldwin, bought 9th April 1991.

Ex MacDonald Collection, Baldwin of St James, Auction 29, 19th March 2019, lot 1415.

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