|Legend||· IACOBUS. D .G. MA. BRI. FRA. ET. HI. REX|
|Full text||IACOBUS DEI GRATIA MAGNAE BRITANNIAE FRANCIAE ET HIBERNIAE REX|
Translated from Latin: James, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland.
This legend was displayed on the coinage of King James I of England. By long standing tradition, it is in Latin language and not in English. The legend reflects the king's claim to the throne of France, which he did not actually rule.
King James I on a gold coin
England / Gold Crown of King James I, 1613 - 1619
The legend of King James I as seen on a gold crown (five shillings, or 60 pence).
|Unite of King James I, Second Bust, 1604 - 1606||unknown||King James I, second bust|
|Unite of King James I, Fourth Bust, 1605 - 1615||unknown||King James I, fourth bust|
|Gold Crown of King James I, 1613 - 1619||unknown||King James I, fifth bust|
|Unite of King James I, Fifth Bust, 1613 - 1619||unknown||King James I, fifth bust|
|Person||King James VI and I|