Does anybody know, please? :)

skylight102

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Hello everyone,

I'd love a little help with this coin in particular.

I know that it's an Elizabeth 1st Silver penny (1573) but
would like to know a little bit more and ideally the mint.
I've tried my best with the photo's, so hopefully one of you
experienced members will know something. :)

Thank you!
Ben

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It would help to pull it out of the 2X2 and then take some good close-ups. All the reflections and partial photos are distracting.
 

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Nice Coin :thumbsup: First of all it's not a penny, but either a Sixpence or Threepence depending on the diameter. The Mint Mark would be a Acorn for 1573, which would make it a fourth issue.

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