SKU: 6019

£1,285.00

An exquisite piece with full mint lustre, brilliant and choice.

Sold - Feb 21

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George III (1760-1820), silver Dollar, 1804, Bank of England issue (1804-1816), Top leaf to centre of E, inverted and incuse K under shield, dies C/2b, edge plain. Obv. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust facing right. Rev. Britannia seated facing left in crowned wide oval band containing Five Shillings Dollar, date below. 26.75g, die axis 12h (S.3768; Bull 1941). An exquisite piece, demonstrating full mint lustre with just a hint of cabinet friction to the high points, brilliant and choice. Practically as struck and scarce. Choice.

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Period

Ruler

Phase

Date

Production Method

Metal

Denomination

Condition

Edge

Type

inverted and incuse K under shield, Top leaf to centre of E

Dies

Weight

References

S.3768; Bull 1941

Rarity

Scarce