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Coins of England : Protectorate (Pattern)

S Numbers refer to Spink's  Coins of England and the United Kingdom, 42nd ed., (2007)
P Numbers refer to Peck's  English Copper, Tin and Bronze Coins in the British Museum 1558-1958, 2nd ed., (1964)
M Numbers refer to Montagu's  Copper, Tin and Bronze Coinage and Patterns for Coins of England, 2nd ed., (1893)

O: Obverse | R: Reverse | E: Edge Click Images to View Coin Details
Private Pattern Farthing (Pewter): (1654)
O  Shield with a cross moline on it, TK above within a wreath of nine roses which breaks an inner beaded circle, toothed border
¼ OVNCE · OF · FINE · PEWTR
R  Female-fronted Irish harp on a shield, sometimes with a sun on the harp with rays which extend to the inner circle, laurel wreath above which breaks an inner beaded circle, toothed border
FOR · NECESSARY · CHANGE
E  Plain
Approximate value in the condition shown (VF) $1620.00
P0373__0 Farthing, Private Pattern Farthing in Pewter of Protectorate
Private Pattern Farthing (Multiple Metals): (1654)
O  Shield bearing the Cross of St George, a laurel wreath above sometimes enclosing ·K·, the wreath breaking an inner beaded circle, toothed border
ENGLANDS FARTHING (with variations of abbreviations and punctuation)
R  Shield bearing a plain, decorated, or female-fronted Irish harp, a laurel wreath above sometimes with ·K· within, the wreath breaking the inner beaded circle, toothed border
FOR NECESSARY CHANGE (with variations of abbreviations and punctuation)
E  Plain
P0382__0 Farthing, Private Pattern Farthing in Multiple Metals of Protectorate
Official Pattern Farthing (Copper): (1654)
O  Three pillars with a single cord linking around each, from left to right capped with a cross, harp, and thistle, sometimes below the center pillar is ·R·. Roped circle around and mullet at top at start of legend, toothed border.
THVS · VNITED · INVINCIBLE
R  A three-masted ship sailing left, flags at top of each mast and at stern, roped circle around with a mullet at top at start of legend, toothed border
AND · GOD · DIRECT · OVRCORSE or OVRCOVRS
E  Plain
P0387__0 Farthing, Official Pattern Farthing in Copper of Protectorate

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