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George III 1763 Threepence

George III (1760-1820), silver Threepence, 1763, laureate and draped bust right, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding both sides, GEORGIVS. III. DEI. GRATIA. rev. crowned 3, date either side of crown, MAG. BRI. FR. ET. HIB. REX., weight 1.55g (Bull 2255; ESC 2034; S.3753). Toned practically as struck good extremely fine.

The Latin legend translates as "George the Third by the grace of God," and on the reverse "King of Great Britain, France and Ireland."

Provenance:

This coin illustrated in "Coinage and Currency in Eighteenth Century Britain, The Provincial Coinage" by David W Dykes, page 38, number 33.

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