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George III Bank of England Three Shillings Token, first type, second year 1812

George III (1760-1820),silver Bank Token of Three Shillings, 1812, first laureate and cuirassed bust right, front leaf at top to end of E of legend, Latin legend GEORGIUS III DEI GRATIA REX, toothed border and outer raised rim both sidesrev.denomination and date in four lines surrounded by oak and laurel wreath, gap at top of wreath, weight 14.81g (ESC 415; Bull 2075; S.3769).Unevenly toned, practically extremely fine, the scarcer date for type.

The Latin obverse legend translates as "George III, King by the Grace of God" coupled with an English language reverse.

The issue of this token coinage of Three Shillings dated 1812 amounted to 4,013,589 pieces which totalled £602,038/7/-.. For further reading see "Spanish Dollars and Silver Tokens" by E. M. Kelly published by Spink 1976.

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