Information about legend: · IACOBUS. D .G. MA. BRI. FRA. ET. HI. REX

· IACOBUS. D .G. MA. BRI. FRA. ET. HI. REX (1604 - 1619)
Legend· IACOBUS. D .G. MA. BRI. FRA. ET. HI. REX
Full textIACOBUS DEI GRATIA MAGNAE BRITANNIAE FRANCIAE ET HIBERNIAE REX
Translation

Translated from Latin: James, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland.

England / Gold Crown of King James I, 1613 - 1619

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.

· IACOBUS. D .G. MA. BRI. FRA. ET. HI. REX - Example/s on coins
England / Gold Crown of King James I, 1613 - 1619

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).

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Legend: Details
Year From1604
Year To1619
CountryUnited Kingdom
PersonKing James VI and I
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