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George III 1804 Bank of England Dollar

George III (1760-1820), silver Bank of England Dollar, 1804, struck by the Soho Mint entirely over a Spanish Empire Eight Reales, engraved by C H Kuchler, laureate and draped bust right, C.H.K on truncation, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, GEORGIUS III DEI GRATIA REX, top leaf points to centre of letter E, no stop at end of legend, undertype of Eight Reales visible, host coin is Potosi, Bolivia coin of Ferdinand VII dated 1811, rev. Britannia seated left with spear and shield, K in relief under shield, holding olive branch, cornucopia below, beehive of industry to left, all within castellated garter, English legend on garter FIVE SHILLINGS DOLLAR, and surrounding with toothed border, BANK OF ENGLAND, date at bottom, weight 26.85g (ESC 164; Bull 1951; S.3768). Toned extremely fine with plenty of underype apparent around perimeter.

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