SKU: 5448

£995.00

A delightful iridescent tone over proof-like fields, a good example of this popular type

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George III (1760-1820), silver Dollar, 1804, bank of england issue (1804-1816), top leaf to left side of E. No stops in CHK on truncation, upright K to left of shield, 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. 27.01g, die axis 12h (S.3768; Bull 1929). A delightful iridescent tone over proof-like fields, a good example of this popular type. Good extremely fine.

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Ex. Dix Noonan Webb (DNW) Auction, 08/12/2014, Lot 2480

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top leaf to left side of E. No stops in CHK on truncation, upright K to left of shield

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S.3768; Bull 1929