Look at the photographs to decide grade - condition for yourselves. The coin you see photographed is the one you will get. All my items are in the condition I get them in. NON are cleaned , I don't clean anything at all that I sell, everything is a/f = "as found".... See my other antique listings.All S numbers are from 2018 Spink coin book and info from the last collectors notes about each coin so apologies if these are incorrect. James I - half crown - mint mark is a Trefoil it looks more like the 1613 type than the 1624 type to me. Has the Plume over the shield and ground line below the horse. The horseman side it has been fine scratched in antiquity (pre 1649) with 2 crude initials M D located nearly on both of harness shield devices.
These initials are single stroke - cut marks, so the M has 4 straight lines and the D has a straight line and a slightly curved line which may have been created by slightly stopping at the curve and either turning the coin or the knife to carry on with the curve. The M is about 8mm long and the distance between the back of the M and front curve of the D is 6.7mm. For those of you that scoff at such detail...Some collectors find this sort of thing interesting! It is 34.9 mm dia widest point and weighs approx 14.9 grams.
In the title or description it means. Condition which may have scuffs, scratches and damage. The item "James I Half Crown mm Trefoil S2667 Hammered Silver a/f Scratched MD obv. #LB72" is in sale since Wednesday, November 11, 2020. This item is in the category "Coins\Coins\British\Hammered (Pre-c.1662)\Stuart & Commonwealth Coins". The seller is "diggerlee" and is located in Yorkshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.