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Richard Cromwell was the brother and successor of Oliver Cromwell. See also the Commonwealth page for coins with the anchor mintmark, generally attributed to Richard Cromwell.
Seaby 3210Gold Double-crown, Tower Mint, London, struck under Richard Cromwell, 1658-1659. 27 mm, 4.43 g. COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND around a shield bearing the cross of St. George; around, (mm. anchor) within a wreath of palm and laurel / GOD WITH VS 1660, two conjoined shields, the one on the left bearing the cross of St. George and on the right, the Irish harp; X above (= ten shillings). cf Seaby 3210 (mintmark); North 2718.TextFull Size
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