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The Silver Coins of England

Edward Hawkins, 1841
Mint Marks - Mary and Elizabeth

Table of Contents

Mary.

Groat, Half-groat, and Penny.

London.
Pomegranate. p. 144. (429). (431). (430).

Base penny.

London.
Rose. p. 145.

Philip and Mary.

Groat, Half-groat, and Penny.

London.
Lis. p. 145. (432). (433). (434).

Base penny.

London.
Rose. p. 145. (435).

Sixpences.

London.
1557. Lis. (437).

The pomegranate is placed upon the coins of Mary in allusion to her descent from Catherine of Arragon, of which house it was the badge.

Elizabeth.

The mint marks upon the coins of this queen and the subsequent monarchs, are already so exhibited in tabular views attached to each reign, that it is not necessary to recapitulate them here, with the exception of those coins of Charles I. which cannot at present be assigned to any particular locality.

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