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GM23474

George III 1804 bronzed copper proof BoE Dollar PR66

Regular price £2,750
Regular price Sale price £2,750

George III (1760-1820), proof Bank of England Dollar, 1804, struck in bronzed copper, laureate and draped bust right with top leaf to centre of E in DEI, C.H.K initials on truncation, legend GEORGIUS III DEI GRATIA REX., toothed border around rim both sides, rev. struck en medaille, Britannia seated left within crowned garter, raised K below shield, denomination FIVE SHILLINGS / DOLLAR on garter, date below, BANK OF ENGLAND legend, edge plain (Bull 1934; L&S 61; ESC 152; Davis 11; S.3768). Well struck, toned with full underlying brilliance, some flecking, has been graded and slabbed by PCGS as PR66 Bronzed, very rare especially so well preserved.

PCGS Certification 206352.66/28552713 - the top of the current population at PCGS of ten pieces graded and the only one at level of 66.

The obverse legend translates as "George the Third, King by the grace of God."

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