Maybe not the greatest example of a James I Sixpence, but
is a very hard date to locate, the first I have owned.
Not too bad of a portrait, but there is a largish chunk of
silver missing a 9 o'clock. The legends are quite strong and
the bell mintmark is very clear.
The reverse has reasonable detail in the shield and some parts
of the legend are very strong. The nice part is the strong
James' 4th bust
ET HIB REX
QUAE DEUS CONJUNXIT NEMO SEPARET
What God hath joined together let no man put asunder.