Ormonde Money, Groat, small lozenge between CR, tall, thin numerals and medium 'D' on reverse

Irish Coin Daily: Ormonde Money, Groat, small lozenge between CR, tall, thin numerals and medium ‘D’ on reverse

Date: 1643-44 Description: Ormonde Money Groat, small lozenge between CR; with tall, thin numerals and medium-sized ‘D’ on the reverse. Weight: 1.73 g References: S. 6548. D&F 304 Well-struck on a partial flan. Lots of wear & tear, plus a few knocks – suggesting substantial circulation. Despite the substantial wear and damage, this coin is…

Ormonde Money, Groat, small lozenge between CR and small letters on obverse, thick numerals and large 'D' on reverse

Irish Coin Daily: Ormonde Money, Groat, small lozenge between CR and small letters on obverse, thick numerals and large ‘D’ on reverse

Date: 1643-44   Description: Ormonde Money, Groat, small lozenge between CR and small letters on obverse, tall numerals and medium D on reverse. Weight: 2.82 g References: S 6548 Well-struck on a generous, if somewhat irregular flan. Good Fine (gF) Obverse: Crowned C·R (for Charles Rex) within a double circle Small lozenge separates CR Small…

Ormonde money, Groat, thin numerals on reverse, 1.87g (S 6548, DF 304). Very fine, toned. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Ormonde Money Groat, pellet between CR, thin numerals on reverse

Date: 1643-44 Description: Charles I, Ormonde money, Groat, thin numerals on reverse. Weight: 1.87 g References: S 6548; DF 304. Very Fine (VF) Toned. Obverse: Crowned C·R (for Charles Rex) within a double circle Small pellet between C·R Reverse: Old Roman numeral IIII (denoting 4 pence) within a double circle Thin numerals Country: Ireland Category:…

Ormonde Money, Groat, pellet between CR, tall letters, large D on rev., 1.53g/3h (S 6548; DF 305; KM. 58). Good fine. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Ormonde Money, Groat, pellet between CR; tall letters, large ‘D’ on reverse

Date: 1643-44 Description: Ormonde Money, Groat, pellet between CR on obverse; tall numerals and large ‘D’ on reverse. Weight: 1.53 g References: S 6548; DF 305; KM 58 Good Fine (gF) Toned. Obverse: Crowned C·R (for Charles Rex) within a double circle Pellet between C and R Serifed ‘C’ and ‘R’ with R extending to…

Ormonde Money, Groat, small lozenge between CR and small letters on obv., tall mark of value and medium d on rev., 1.66g/2h (S 6548; DF 305; KM. 58). Good fine. The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin, Ireland.

Irish Coin Daily: Ormonde Money, Groat, small lozenge between CR and small letters on obverse, tall numerals and medium ‘D’ on reverse

Date: 1643-44 Description: Ormonde Money, Groat, small lozenge between CR and small letters on obverse, tall numerals and medium D on reverse. Weight: 1.66 g References: S 6548; DF 305; KM. 58 Well-struck on a full flan Good Fine (gF) Obverse: Crowned C·R (for Charles Rex) within a double circle Small lozenge separates CR Small…

1836 GB & Ireland - Silver Groat (William IV). The Old Currency Exchange, Dublin

O’Brien Coin Guide: GB & Ireland Silver Groats of William IV

Introduction: The GB & Ireland “William IV” groats (or fourpence) were minted exclusively for use in British Guiana. The coin’s obverse design was simply copied from the Maundy Money groat of William IV but William Wyon produced a completely new design for the reverse. Prior to this introduction, British Sterling had problems being accepted as…

Lambert Simnal, King of Ireland - during the reign of Henry VII (1485-1509), but struck under the authority of Gerald Mór FitzGerald, 8th Earl of Kildare (c. 1456–1513).

Irish Rare Coin Review: Silver Groat of Lambert Simnal, King of Ireland, c. 1487

Introduction: When Edward IV died, in 1483, his two surviving sons, Edward and Richard, then aged 12 and 9, were lodged in the Tower of London, under the protection of their uncle, Richard, Duke of Gloucester. The eldest boy, Edward, was King Edward V (although he was never crowned) After the legitimacy of his father’s…