Obverse: Laureate bust of James I in armour left, value XX (twenty shillings) behind. Text separated by colon stops. Text around IACOBVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HI REX.
Reverse: Long cross fleury over crowned square royal shield. The shield has the English arms in the first and fourth quarters, the rampant lion of Scotland in the second quarter and the harp of Ireland in the third. Text around FACIAM EOS IN GENTEM VNAM (I will make them one nation).
Date: Third coinage, rare fifth bust, mint mark Trefoil, date 1613