The REDDITE CROWN struck in PEWTER is exceedingly rare and possibly a unique pattern. Made from the same pair of dies as the Petition Crown. It is named REDDITE because of the edge inscription. [see bellow]
The CELEBRATED REDDITE CROWN struck in PEWTER, by SIMON.
Legend in Latin. Issued from the same obv. & rev. dies as the PETTITION CROWN.
Edge. REDDITE . QVAE , CAESARIS . CAESARI . &CT . POST
followed by the sun rising behind the clouds.
Translation of Latin to English:
Render to Caesar the things which are Caesar’s etc.
The word POST followed by the rising sun and clouds with lightning is for
POST NUBILA PHOEBUS
meaning “the sun shines after the storm” in allusion to the Restoration of Charles II
after the dark days of the Commonwealth.
Two specimens known in pewter.
Six specimans known in Silver.