NGC population: 5 total, 2 in this grade, only 2 graded higher.
James I of Scotland (1406-37), gold Demy of Nine Shillings, type III, upright lion within double lozenge with fleur de lis at apexes, beaded circles and abbreviated Latin legends surrounding with fleur de lis and saltire stops, initial mark crown xIACOBVS+ DE+I GRACIA+ REX SCx rev. I at centre of saltire cross, pellet below, fleur de lis either side, fleured tressure of six arcs surrounding, large quatrefoils around with raised pellet centres, beaded circles and legends around, initial mark cross with fleur de lis and pellet stops, ++SALVVm+ FAC POPVLVmx+ TVVm DnE :.:: weight 3.34g (S.5192). Toned good very fine and an unusual die variety on the reverse with rosette of pellets at end of legend and the letter I on saltire cross with the pellet quatrefoils, rare.