This is a copper-alloy coin weight for a British gold Angel of King Charles Ist.
THE ANGEL (1619-1634) - for his third coinage James I again reduced the weight, this time to 65½ grains, and revalued to 10 shillings. Charles I continued to issue the coin in his name until 1634. Contemporary square weights for James I are known. The later round weights have the usual St. Michael spearing dragon obverse but are without the surrounding legend which distinguishes them from the earlier and heavier weights.
DATE: 1625 - 1634 A.D.
SIZE: 17mm diameter
WEIGHT: 4.06 grams
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