US Colonial Coins - Massachusetts New England Coinage 1652
There can be much discussion on U.S. Colonial Coin’s first origins, but most consider the British New World Issues of Sommer Islands (Bermuda) as the starting point for New World Coinage. Description from coinauctionshelp.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Pisanello - Medaglia di Cecilia Gonzaga, 1447 - verso
The Pine Tree Shilling,1652, first mint in the American Colony at Boston, Massachusetts
phenicie Cette ligue indépendante de cités-États unifiant des grands ports les uns aux autres sur les îles et le long d'autres côtes de la mer Méditerranée, fut la solution idéale pour les échanges entre la zone du Levant, riche en ressources naturelles et le reste du monde antique.
Silver shilling, Boston (Mass.), 1652. 1944.94.2
Monnaies royales françaises. Louis XII, droit
Queen Anne Silver Crown Over 300 years old these scarce crowns were struck at the time of the union of England and Scotland. Anne became pregnant 18 times but unfortunately lost all her children before maturity. Although the Queen was an uninspiring monarch, her coinage is rare and hard to find and collectors today search to acquire pieces. Good coins to add to your collection, in fine condition.
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Pine Tree Shilling, Minted at Boston 1652-1686, Most Noted Coin of Early America