14th Century Manuscript Alphabet Y-1.2
This monogram is from a 14th century Manuscript Alphabet book which resides in The British Museum in London, England. Monogram: Y Smooth background; Loose bale 1.80 x 1 inches ...
This stunning British Twopence coin dates back to the 18th century. This short lived denomination in copper was only minted by the Matthew Boulton Sohomint in 1797. It was then in 1797, to alleviate the silver shortage, the government authorized Boulton to strike copper pennies and twopence at the mint in Birmingham.
1 1/8 x 1 1/8 inches