Irish Coin Daily: Inchiquin Money, Shilling


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Date: c. 1642

Inchiquin Money, Shilling, 5.52g., 30mm, issue of 1642, struck at Dublin, stamped 3 dwt:. 21 gr: in pellet bordered circle both sides, (S.6533), good very fine, rare.

Description:

Inchiquin Money, Shilling, 5.52g., 30mm, issue of 1642, struck at Dublin, stamped 3 dwt:. 21 gr: in pellet bordered circle both sides, (S.6533)

  • Good Very Fine (gVF)
  • Rare

Obverse:

  • Stamped 3 dwt:. 21 gr: in pellet bordered circle

Reverse:

  • Stamped 3 dwt:. 21 gr: in pellet bordered circle

Country:

  • Ireland

Category:

  • Anglo-Irish
    • House of Stuart
  • Charles I
    • Inchiquin Money
      • Also known as
        • Emergency Money
        • Money of Necessity
  • Hammered

Further Reading:

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2 thoughts on “Irish Coin Daily: Inchiquin Money, Shilling

  1. i found a coin think it’s from 1642 civil war called a annulet sixpence can find very little information on the Internet. Is it rare? Is the coin worth anything? Can u supply us with more information on this coin?

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