Philip & Mary Patina Shilling Pattern

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This Patina pattern Shilling of Philip & Mary was made as part of a historical collection. Mary only ruled from 1553-54 and then she married Philip of Spain and they jointly ruled from 1554-58. This Proof piece has been silver plated and comes in a protective capsule. You know it is a Shilling pattern because on the reverse on either side of the crown are ‘X’ and ‘II’ which means 12 Pence or one shilling.

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