James I Laurel

James I (1603-25) gold Laurel of Twenty Shillings (as shown by the XX), third coinage (1619-25), fourth laureate and draped bust. The trefoil mint mark, on both sides, was the final mint mark of James’s reign. £925,429 of 22 carat crown gold was struck for this mint mark from 1st April 1624 until 7th July 1625.

The reverse legend reads FACIA MEOSIN GENTEM VNAM “I will make them one nation’

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