YEAR KM mintage diameter 1972 35 .024 23.00The reverse depicting the Royal Mace of the Bailiff of Jersey is designed by Norman Sillman. The Royal Mace of the Bailiff of Jersey, borne before the Bailiff at the sittings of the Royal Court and of the Assembly of the States of Jersey, was presented by King Charles II to Jersey on the 29th November 1663 in gratitude for the hospitality, which he received from the Island on two occasions during his exile. The mace consists of eleven pieces, made of silver gilt, is 4 ft. 9 ½ inches long, weighs 237 ounces (14 lbs. 13 ozs.) and bears no hallmarks. Engraved on the foot knop is a Latin inscription, which translated reads-
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