James I (1603-25), fine gold Angel, of eleven shillings, second coinage (1604-19), St Michael slaying dragon right, Latin legend and beaded border surrounding on both sides, initial mark book (1616-17) both sides, pellet stops, .IACOBVS. D; G; MAG; BRIT; FRA; ET. HI; REX., rev flat decked ship sailing, no bowsprit, large quartered shield at centre, I to left of mast, cinquefoil to right, beaded circles and legend surrounding, .A. DNO. FACTVM. EST. ISTVD., weight 4.64g (Schneider -; N.2081; S.2615). Toned, with some traces of creasing and associated weakness, otherwise good very fine and a very rare mint mark, especially rare in unpierced state, and note that there is no example of this mint mark present in the Schneider Collection for this denomination.