Exibition ANA Money Museum in Colorado USA JUN E 7th 2007
CharlesII 1663 Petition Crown
90 of the finest quality British Renaissance Coins of
CHARLES I, CIVIL WAR, CROMWELL & CHARLES II [1623-1684]
displayed in the United States. From master engravers as
Thomas Rawlins, Thomas Simon.
The Sword or th Olive Branch
1644 Charles I Oxford Triple Unite
Coins that have a history that is as interesting as the coins themselves,
what they signified, who owned them, how the relations of the officer
who led a battle in the Civil War 1641-48 kept the largest silver coin of
the realm given by the King a POUND until sold 100 years later, many
of the coins having known owners going back to the late 18th.Century.
Above from left to right
1663 Charles II Gold Farthing - Charles I Carlisle besiieged 1645 Three Sillings,
Rawlins 1644 Oxford Crown with TR monogram, Charles I Tower Crown mm Eye,
Charles I Pontifract 1648 besieged, Charles I Chester Mint 1644.
Worcester/Salopia 1643-44, 1643 Earl of Essex Medal, First Commander