S3555/3556, P686. A mule of the 2nd obv & 3rd rev. Peck noted only his own & one other. A comparable example in Baldwin's 44 (2006) sold for £260, another, corroded, in London Coins 132 ( 2011). This coin ex Nicholson 116 (2004), from Rarity Coins 1979. Extremely rare.
Slightly weak at 3 o'clock, o/w all detail struck up.
S3045, N2531, Besly A1. Charles I Truro mint crown. King on horse with two sashes behind. Weight 28.82g. Toned with a patch of peripheral weakness as is often the case...
S3221, N2728. Commonwealth ND halfgroat. Weight 0.97g. Slight peripheral weakness, but little actual wear with full hatching to the shield on both sides. Cleanly struck and much better than average....