Maryland Shilling Lord Baltimore
Pre-1776 States Coinage,
Upon his inheritance of the colony of Maryland from his father, Cecil Calvert,
the second Lord Baltimore, ordered shillings, sixpences,
and groats from the Royal Mint in London and shipped them across the Atlantic Ocean.
Although the colonists in Maryland warmly received these pieces at first,
by 1700 they had completely disappeared from circulation.
This is a very pleasing example of a coin that is often extremely beat up and damaged which this piece is not!
All letters and legends and device designs are visible. PCGS Population is 8 in this grade with 12 higher.
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