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Some Early Milled British Newps

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edited August 1, 2023 9:49PM in World & Ancient Coins Forum


England. Elizabeth I 1562 Milled Sixpence, mm. star, bust B, medium rose, 3.06g/6h (Borden & Brown 23 [O2/R1], this coin cited; N 2025/2; S 2594)



England. Charles I (1631-32), Briot's First Milled issue, Sixpence, mm. daisy on obv. only, signed b both sides, reads britann, 2.93g/3h (SCBI Brooker 719, same dies; N 2301; S 2855).

Ex: V.J.E. Ryan (1882-1947)



England. Charles I (1631-32), Briot's First Milled issue, Sixpence, mm. daisy on obv. only, signed b both sides, reads britann, 3.01g (SCBI Brooker 719, same dies; N 2301; S 2855)



England. Charles I (1631-32), Briot's First Milled issue, Penny, no mm., signed b on obv., rev. legend starts at 12 o'clock, 0.49g/10h (SCBI Brooker 722; N 2303; S 2857).

Ex. Laurie A. Lawrence (1857-1949)



England. Charles I (1638-39), Briot's Second Milled issue, Sixpence, mm. anchor and mullet on obv., anchor on rev., unsigned, reads chisto, 3.02g/6h (SCBI Brooker 730, same dies; N 2306; S 2860).



England. Charles I (1643-44), York mint, Halfcrown, Gp 3 [type 6], mm. lion, 14.47g/12h (Besly 3C; Bull 570; SCBI Brooker 1084, same dies; N 2314; S 2868).



England. Charles I (1643-44), York mint, Halfcrown, Gp 3 [type 6], mm. lion, 14.75g/12h (Besly 3D; Bull 571; SCBI Brooker 1082, same dies; N 2314; S 2868)


England. Charles I (1643-44), York mint, Halfcrown, Gp 3 [type 6], mm. lion, 15.05g/12h (Besly 3E; Bull 572; SCBI Brooker 1082-4 var.; N 2314; S 2868)



England. Charles I (1643-44), York mint, Shilling, Gp 1 [type 3], mm. lion, 5.79g/9h (Besly 1E; SCBI Brooker 1093, same dies; N 2318; S 2872)



England. Charles I (1643-44), York mint, Threepence, mm. lion, reads mag br fr et hi, 1.33g/9h (Besly 1A; SCBI Brooker 1102, same dies; N 2323; S 2877)



England. Charles I (1643-44), York mint, Threepence, mm. lion, reads mag br fr et hi, 1.27g/9h (Besly 1B; SCBI Brooker 1103, same dies; N 2323; S 2877)



Scotland. Charles I (1637-42), Third coinage, Briot's issue, Forty Pence, no mm., signed b both sides, reads reipvblice, 1.63g/6h (Murray i/a; B 13, fig. 1012 var.; S 5575).

Ex. Thomas Bearman (1846-1921); Ex. R.C. Lockett (1873-1950)



Scotland. Charles I (1637-42), Third coinage, Briot's issue, Twenty Pence, no mm., signed b below bust on obv. and after legend on rev., 0.82g/7h (Murray a/c; B 15, fig. 1014; S 5581)



Scotland. Charles I (1637-42), Third coinage, Briot's issue, Twenty Pence, no mm., signed b above crown on rev., 0.79g/1h (Murray e/k; B 16; S 5582).

Ex. Robert Carfrae (1820-1900), Sotheby Auction, 8-11 July 1901, lot 445 (part); Ex. Thomas Bearman (1846-1921); Ex. R.C. Lockett (1873-1950)



Scotland. Charles I (1637-42), Third coinage, Falconer's First issue, Twenty Pence, no mm., signed f above crown on rev., reads scot ang and firmat, 0.85g/4h (Murray b/k; B 35 var.; S 5588A)



Scotland. Charles I (1637-42), Third coinage, Falconer's First issue, Twenty Pence, no mm., signed f above crown on rev., reads mag br fr et hib r and firmat, 0.69g/9h (Murray k/m; B 36 var.; S 5588A).

Ex. Lord Grantley (1855-1943); Ex. R.C. Lockett (1873-1950))



Scotland. Charles I (1637-42), Third coinage, Falconer's Anonymous issue, Twenty Pence, mm. lozenge on obv. only, unsigned, thr of thronvm over hro, 0.72g/12h (Murray a/a; B 56; S 5591)



Scotland. Charles I (1637-42), Third coinage, Falconer's Anonymous issue, Twelve Shillings, mm. thistle, unsigned, large harp, 5.92g/6h (Murray 3; B –; S 5564)

Comments

  • bidaskbidask Posts: 13,824 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Really nice coins and not easy to find original

    Congratulations and thanks for sharing 😊

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  • BoosibriBoosibri Posts: 11,822 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Wow, great looking coins

  • ClioClio Posts: 480 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Incredible group! I have always had an affinity for those early early milled coins. Some of my favorites:

    England. Charles I (1631-32), Briot's First Milled issue, Sixpence, mm. daisy on obv. only, signed b both sides, reads britann, 2.93g/3h (SCBI Brooker 719, same dies; N 2301; S 2855).

    Ex: V.J.E. Ryan (1882-1947)

    A really nice example of what I would want in a Briot's shilling. One day I may have one to match.

    England. Charles I (1643-44), York mint, Shilling, Gp 1 [type 3], mm. lion, 5.79g/9h (Besly 1E; SCBI Brooker 1093, same dies; N 2318; S 2872)

    This one is interesting and I haven't noticed the design style before. If I have possibly just not as high grade. The designs feel very lumpy and less sharp than others.

    Scotland. Charles I (1637-42), Third coinage, Briot's issue, Forty Pence, no mm., signed b both sides, reads reipvblice, 1.63g/6h (Murray i/a; B 13, fig. 1012 var.; S 5575).

    Ex. Thomas Bearman (1846-1921); Ex. R.C. Lockett (1873-1950)

    Only just passed on this one myself. Incredible condition for a Scottish piece. I've not that much experience in this area but I know it's nicer than any I've seen.

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  • Bob13Bob13 Posts: 1,412 ✭✭✭✭✭

    These are from the recent Noonan's auction? Lotta great stuff there. Do you now have these in hand - how do they look?!

    My current "Box of 20"

  • ashelandasheland Posts: 22,569 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Great Coins!

  • lordmarcovanlordmarcovan Posts: 43,194 ✭✭✭✭✭

    WOW! Wow all around.

    I've never seen that EBOR (Eboracum) mintmark before on Stuart coinage.


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  • coinkatcoinkat Posts: 22,681 ✭✭✭✭✭

    ya done good... real good... said in a way that can only be expressed by Justin Wilson

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  • AethelredAethelred Posts: 9,288 ✭✭✭

    Simply put, those are some remarkable examples!

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  • sellitstoresellitstore Posts: 2,368 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Strong portraits, one after another, makes quite an impressive display.

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  • BSmithBSmith Posts: 137 ✭✭✭

    Nicely done.

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