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Found this small coin whilst out metal detecting in a corn field with my Garret AT pro. Please could anyone identify it.
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James II gun money sixpence?
Edit... if so, on my wish list! Well done
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James II 'gun money' sixpence.
Edit: misread scale - Sixpence.
British by Birth - English by the Grace Of God.