Coins of quality    -      The Art of Coins  
Rare British Hammered, Milled coins,Tokens,Medallions & Roman imperial sestertius, incl. the "Petition crown"

Exibition ANA Money Museum in Colorado USA  JUN E 7th 2007

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II 1663 Petition Crown

together with

90 of the finest quality British Renaissance Coins of
to be
displayed in the United States. From master engravers as
Thomas Rawlins, Thomas Simon.

The Sword or  th Olive Branch
1644 Charles I Oxford Triple Unite

Coins that have a history that is as interesting as the coins themselves,
what they signified, who owned them,  how the relations of the officer
who led a battle in the Civil War 1641-48 kept the largest silver coin of
the realm given by the King a POUND until sold 100 years later, many
of the coins having known owners going back to the late 18th.Century.


Above from left to right

1663 Charles II Gold Farthing - Charles I Carlisle besiieged 1645 Three Sillings,
Rawlins 1644 Oxford Crown with TR monogram, Charles I Tower Crown mm Eye,
 Charles I Pontifract 1648 besieged, Charles I Chester Mint 1644.
Worcester/Salopia 1643-44, 1643 Earl of Essex Medal, First Commander
Parlimentary Forces.