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JM33429

Scotland, James V billion Bawbee of Sixpence AU58, annnulet by crown

Regular price £750
Regular price Sale price £750

James V (1513-42), billon Bawbee of Sixpence, third coinage (1538-42), crowned thistle with stalk, pellet on two points of crown, I to left, 5 to right, broken annulet to upper left, beaded circles and legend surrounding, +IACOBVS. D G. REX. SCOTORVM, rev. crown on saltire, lis each side, beaded circles and legend surrounding, initial mark lis, OPPIDVM. EDINBVRGI (SCBI 35:971; SCBI 58:183; SCBI 71:520 Stewartby; Burns 2, fig.773; S.5384). Toned, some light surface marks, has been slabbed and graded by NGC as AU58 and very rare this well preserved.

NGC Certification 3395019-053

As of February 2024 this coin is the finest graded at both services.

The legends translate as "James, by the grace of God, King of the Scottish," and on the reverse as "City of Edinburgh"

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