James I (1603-25), second coinage, Halfcrown, 14.60g, m.m. lis, iacobvs d g mag brit fran et hib rex, king on horse right, groundline below, rev. qvae devs conivnxit nemo separet, garnished square-topped shield (N.2098; S.2653), thin old scratches to the obverse, but a clear portrait, about very fine, and very rare as a denomination in the second coinage.
Provenance: C Adams, Spink 177, 1 December 2005, lot 48
Estimate: £2,500.00 - £3,000.00