SKU: 5125

£425.00

First bust, C over SS in 3rd quarter, 7 strings to harp. Lustrous with much underlying brilliance.

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George I (1714-1727), silver Shilling, 1723, first bust, C over SS in 3rd quarter, 7 strings to harp, edge milled diagonally. Obv. Laureate and cuirassed bust facing right. Rev. Crowned cruciform shields, inter-linked ‘SS’ and ‘C’ in alternate angles, date split by English crown. 6.01g, die axis 6h (S.3647; Bull 1590). Some striking weakness, otherwise lustrous with much underlying brilliance. Good extremely fine.

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7 strings to harp, C over SS in 3rd quarter, First bust

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Bull 1590, S.3647