Dublin Money Halfcrown, irregular flan stamped with value within beaded border, 14.24g (S 6543, DF 287). Good fine, very rare

O’Brien Rare Coin Review: Charles I, Dublin money, Halfcrown, V.s within beaded and wire-line borders

Date: c. 1642 Description: Charles I ‘Dublin Money’ Halfcrown, Vs within beaded and wire-line borders. Weight: 14.24g References: S 6543, DF 287 Good fine (gF) Nicely toned A very rare ‘siege’ coin from the Great Rebellion in Ireland Obverse: Irregular octagonal flan cut from plate silver and stamped with a crude die. Denomination within a…

Charles I (1625-1649), Southern Cities of Refuge, Cork, Sixpence, 1647

O’Brien Rare Coin Review: Charles I, Cities of Refuge – Cork, Sixpence, 1647

Date: 1647 Description: Charles I, Cities of Refuge silver sixpence on an octagonal piece of silver plate. Weight: 2.06g References: S 6561A; DF 329 About Fine (F) Extremely rare Obverse: Crudely struck emergency coinage with the legend “CORK” centred between two circles (outer circle beaded, inner circle wired) with a small pellet below (between “O”…

Charles I (1625-1649), Dublin money, Crown, Vs within beaded and wire-line borders, 29.33g (S 6542; DF 286; KM. 54). Small dig on obverse, lightly scratched on reverse, otherwise nearly very fine and toned, very rare

O’Brien Rare Coin Review: Charles I, Dublin money, Crown, V.s within beaded and wire-line borders

Date: c. 1642 Description: Charles I (1625-1649), Dublin money, Crown, Vs within beaded and wire-line borders. Weight: 29.33g References: S 6542; DF 286; KM 54 Small dig on obverse, lightly scratched on reverse, otherwise nearly Very Fine (aVF) Nicely toned A very rare ‘siege’ coin from the Great Rebellion in Ireland Obverse: Irregular octagonal flan…

Charles I (1625-1649), Cork, Shilling, 1647, 4.35g/1h (S 6561; DF 328). Light scratch on reverse, otherwise good fine, extremely rare

O’Brien Rare Coin Review: Charles I, Cities of Refuge – Cork, Shilling, 1647

Date: 1647 Description: Charles I, Cities of Refuge Shilling on an octagonal piece of silver plate. Weight: 4.35g References: S 6561; DF 328 Light scratch on reverse, otherwise good Fine (gF) Extremely rare Obverse: Crudely struck emergency coinage with the legend “CORK” centred between two circles (outer circle beaded, inner circle wired) with a small…

Inchiquin Money, First issue, Halfcrown, irregular flan stamped 9dwt: 16gr within beaded and wire-line borders, 14.31g (Bull 1; S 6533; DF 277a; KM. 40).

Irish Coin Daily: Inchiquin Money, First issue, Halfcrown, 9dwt: 16gr. Type 1 – Wire & Bead Border (Thin numerals)

Date: 1642   Description: Inchiquin Money, First issue, Halfcrown, irregular flan stamped 9dwt: 16gr within beaded and wire-line borders. Type 1: Wire & Bead borders (double circle) Weight: 14.31 g Better than Very Fine (gVF) Toned Very rare References: Bull 1; S 6533; DF 277a; KM. 40 Obverse: An irregular flan stamped 9dwt: 16gr within…

Ormonde Money, Crown, lozenge stop (between 2 small pellets) between C and R, small, serifed S on reverse, 29.59g (S 6544, DF 288, KM. 64). The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Ormonde Money, Crown, lozenge stop (between 2 small pellets) between C and R, small, serifed S on reverse

Date: 1643-44 Description: Ormonde Money, Weight: 29.59 g References: S 6544; DF 288; KM. 64. Well-struck, with some obverse die breaks. Good very fine (gVF) Toned. Obverse: Crowned C·R (for Charles Rex) within a double circle Lozenge stop (between 2 small pellets) between C and R Reverse: Roman numeral V (denoting 5 Shillings) within a…

Ormonde Money, Crown, lozenge stop (within quatrefoil) between C and R, stylised S on reverse, 29.13g (S 6544, DF 291). The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Ormonde Money, Crown, lozenge stop (within quatrefoil) between C and R, large, stylised S on reverse

Date: 1643-44 Description: Ormonde Money, Crown. Weight: 29.13 g References: S 6544; DF 291. Well-struck on a full flan Very Fine (VF) Rare Obverse: Crowned C·R (for Charles Rex) within a double circle Lozenge within a quatrefoil separating the C and R Reverse: Roman numeral V (denoting 5 Shillings) within a double circle Stylised ‘S’…