E.206?/P.-. Reverse overstrike (sceptres)
E.207a/P.-. Tokenhouse overstrike – rhomboid (ER)
On these pieces the normal Rose farthing can be seen to have been? struck on a flan which had previously been stamped with a rhomboid design, possibly as a quality control trial. One example is known to exist with an underlying square impression.
E.176b/P.-. pm=mullet/mullet. (EXR). Struck on an inverted flan with the brass wedge at 6.00 o?clock.
E.164b/P.-. pm=none/lis. Obverse reads CCAROLVS (EXR)
E.93b/P.-. pm=lis (3). FRA on reverse over CARO. (EXR)
CARO over IACO. 9 circlet jewels either side. Eagle-headed harp with 5 or 6 strings. Recorded privy marks ? dagger and mascle. Obverse pm at 12.00 o?clock. Die axis upright.
Illustrated E.57/P.120. pm=dagger. 1625. (VS) ef
Pairing of type 2 obverse with type 3 reverse. Privy mark is martlet on reverse. Seven harp strings. Die axis rotated.
Illustrated? (by courtesy of the Colin Cooke collection) E.21b/P.50. c.1616 (R) gvf