15 March 2001
Philip and Mary, Shilling, 5.87g., undated, English titles, reads ANGL, rev. normal mark of value X II (N.1968; S.2501A), weak on Philip's face and has been burnished, otherwise good fine with a strong portrait of Mary, an extremely rare variety
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This is the finest of possibly three known specimens of this variety. A second example is in the British Museum, from the Crossland Hoard, 1892. A third sold in Spink Auction 6, lot 581. All three coins are from the same obverse die.
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