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Irish shilling of James I

This coin was found by Mark Drewitt, who thought it could be Irish. I was asked to identify it and give a valuation.

The coin is an Irish shilling of James I, which was struck during the second coinage (1604-07). It has the third bust of King James on the obverse and the mint mark, a rose, dates the coin to 1605-06.In Coins of Scotland, Ireland and the Islands it is listed as number 6515.

     

Valuation

The coin would grade about Fine but there is a small dent on both sides. In its present condition I would price it at £50.

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