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N11849 Coin, Great Britain, Elizabeth I (1558-1602). Sixpence, 1595, silver.. Click to enlarge.

Coin, Great Britain, Elizabeth I (1558-1602). Sixpence, 1595, silver.

Made in United Kingdom, Europe, 1595.

Coin, Great Britain, Elizabeth I (1558-1602). Sixpence, 1595, silver.

Summary

Object No.

N11849

Object Statement

Coin, Great Britain, Elizabeth I (1558-1602). Sixpence, 1595, silver.

Physical Description

Coin, Great Britain, Elizabeth I (1558-1602). Sixpence, 1595, silver.

Production

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Australian Museum, 1961

Acquisition Date

27 February 1961

Cite this Object

Harvard

Coin, Great Britain, Elizabeth I (1558-1602). Sixpence, 1595, silver. 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 September 2019, <https://ma.as/290895>

Wikipedia

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