SKU: 9687

£985.00

A subtle tone over fields radiating with original mint brilliance, a superb coin and scarcely encountered this nice.

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George II (1727-1760), silver Shilling, 1750, thin/narrow 0 in date and small legend, 7 strings, 8 hearts, edge milled diagonally. Obv. Old laureate and draped bust facing left. Rev. Crowned cruciform shields, garter star in centre, angles plain, date split by English crown. Die axis 6h (S.3704; Bull 1729). Only minimal wear to the high-points, otherwise demonstrating a subtle tone over fields radiating with original mint brilliance, a superb coin with good eye appeal and although a common variety, scarcely encountered this nice. Slabbed and graded by NGC as MS62.

NGC Certification: 5880342-004

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7 strings, 8 hearts, Thin/narrow 0 in date and small legend

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S.3704; Bull 1729

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