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Scotland, James IV Billon Plack, type II no QRA

James IV of Scotland (1488-1513), billon Plack of Fourpence, type II without QRA in legend, Scottish arms in tressure of four arcs, three lis arched crowns in spandrels, beaded circles and legend surrounding, fleur de lis stops, +IACOBVS. DEI. GRACIA. REX. SCOTORVM, rev. saltire cross at centre of ornate cross, crowns in angles, beaded circles and legend surrounding, fleur de lis stops, +VILLA. DE. EDInBURGHI, extra letters on town name, weight 2.01g (Burns 7d, fig 689; S.5349). Toned good very fine for issue and rare this well preserved, Burns does not record the exact reverse legend.

The abbreviated Latin legends translate as on the obverse "James, by the Grace of God, King of Scotland" and on the reverse "The town of Edinburgh."

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