James I Gold Laurel, of 20s, Third coinage, 1619-25
London mint, mint mark Trefoil both sides
Obverse: Fourth laureate and draped bust facing left, XX value behind, beaded inner circle and legend surrounding: IACOBV D: G: MAG: BRI: FRA: ET HIB: REX.
Reverse: Crowned quartered shield of arms over long cross fourchee, beaded inner circle and legend without punctuation surrounding: FACIA M EOSIN GENTEM VNAM
36 mm in diameter, 8.9 grams.
Good very fine/near extremely fine, struck on a very large full round flan, a most attractive problem free example compared to the average coin of this issue.
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