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Captain John Chalmers was an Annapolis, Maryland silversmith. In 1783, he struck various Silver issues, which range from rare to extremely rare.
- One Silver Shilling; Short Worm Variety
- Struck in Silver.
- PCGS encapsulation offers protection and guarantees the XF-45 condition of the coin.
- Obverse: Depicts an image of two birds facing each other with a line above and what is called "the worm" above that. This image is surrounded by "One Shilling" and the date.
- Reverse: Reads "Chalmers Annapolis" that surrounds a wreath and an image in the middle.
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The scarcity of all Silver and Gold coinage caused Annapolis, Maryland Silversmith, to issue these Silver tokens. They were readily accepted and preferred over their Spanish competitors.
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|Grade||Extra Fine - 45|
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