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Detailed search - 43 listings                                 Estimated Relative Numbers in Existence

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Reference

Year

Description / Photograph Links

Mintmark

Rarity

 

 

 

 

 

SX-5

1649

Standard

sun

18

SX-10

 

Coarse beading on reverse, 7 strings to harp

 

18

SX-15

 

Obverse with small letters ( 1.8mm )

 

18

SX-17

 

Inverted N in COMMONWEALTH

 

18

SX-20

 

Fine beading, 6 strings to harp

 

18

 

 

 

 

 

SX-25

1651

Standard

sun

28

SX-30

 

No stops either side of date

 

28

SX-35

 

No stop after COMMONWEALTH

 

28

SX-40

 

no stops at the mm

 

28

SX-45

 

51 in date over 49

 

28

SX-50

 

No stop after GOD, N over M in COMMONWEALTH

 

28

 

 

 

 

 

SX-55

 

Blondeau milled sixpence

 

15

 

 

 

 

 

SX-60

1652

Standard

sun

33

SX-65

 

2 over 1, over 49 in date

 

33

SX-70

 

2 over 1, 1651 obverse

 

33

SX-75

 

2 over 1, 1652 obverse

 

33

SX-80

 

no stops at mm

 

33

 

 

 

 

 

SX-85

1653

1653 narrow date, no stop after OF

sun

75

SX-87

 

1653 over 1 in date

 

75

SX-90

 

1653 narrow date, no stop after THE, large 6 in date

 

75

SX-93

 

 ‘49 obverse

 

75

SX-95

 

Small 3 in date

 

75

 

 

 

 

 

SX-100

1654

1654 with large 4, small W on reverse, large W on obverse

sun

34

SX-105

 

4 of date over 3, 4 is short and chubby, large W's

 

34

SX-110

 

Smaller 4 over small 3, small W on obverse

 

34

SX-115

 

Large vi in value, modified obverse, long leaves, small W

 

34

 

 

 

 

 

SX-120

1655

Standard

sun

4

 

 

 

 

 

SX-125

1656

6 over 4 in date, large vi in value

sun

62

SX-130

 

Wide date

 

62

SX-132

 

A over N in England

 

62

SX-133

 

Only stops at mm on obv.

 

62

SX-135

 

5 over 6 and 6 over 4 in date

 

62

SX-140

 

6 over 5 and 8 string harp

 

62

SX-145

 

6 over 5 and 7 string harp

 

62

 

 

 

 

 

SX-150

1657

7 over 6 in date, 6 strings to harp, very small E's, A over N in ENGLAND

sun

2

SX-152

 

7 in date, 7 strings to harp

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

SX-155

1658

8 of date over 7

anchor

13

SX-160

 

Standard 1658

 

13

SX-162

 

1658, Large anchor on obv.

 

13

SX-165

 

1658, D over O in ENGLAND

 

13

 

 

 

 

 

SX-170

1659

Standard, E over I in COMMONWEALTH

anchor

3

 

 

 

 

 

SX-175

1660

Small W in WITH

anchor

11

SX-180

 

Large W in WITH

 

11

 

 

 

 

 

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Relative Rarity is now expressed as a number. This is a calculated number based on survival rates for any given year and the number of varieties known so far. This removes the judgement element in previous assessments. Lower numbers are linked to lower survival rates combined with low numbers of varieties. To calculate the rarity of any year add up all the variant rarities.
So for example 1653 = 260 x 2 plus 25 = 545

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