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England Charles I silver milled shilling York 1643 – 1644.

England Charles I silver milled shilling York 1643 – 1644.
Obv. Crowned, draped bust left, denom. 'XII' behind, CAROLV DG MAG BRIT FRAN ET HIB REX'.

Rev. Crowned and heavily garnished oval Royal Arms, 'EBOR' (York) below, 'CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO', (I reign under the auspices of Christ).

Although exhibiting a little wear this coin has a very attractive grey patina and is a desirable piece. York was Charles' second capital (Oxford) after he was forced to leave London in early 1642 and he arrived there in March . Briot followed in May and set up a mint there using his new coin mill.

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