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William IV 1831 proof Sixpence CGS 82

William IV (1830-37), Proof silver Sixpence, 1831, bare head right, legend GULIELMUS IIII D: G: BRITANNIAR: REX F: D: toothed border around rim both sides, rev. inverted die axis, SIX / PENCE in two lines at centre of crowned laurel and oak wreath, date below, edge plain (Bull 2501; Davies 360; ESC 1672; S.3836). Light tone, practically as struck, has been graded and slabbed by CGS UK as 82, rare.

CGS certification 38862-SP.W4.1831.03

The Latin legends translates on obverse as "William IV by the Grace of God, King of the Britains, Defender of the Faith" and on the reverse "In the year 1831."

London Coin Grading Service as it is now termed, claim that grade 82 in their 100 point system is a traditional "choice UNC" and equates to an American Sheldon scale of 64-65.

Provenance:
Ex London Coin Auction 151, 5th December 2015, lot 2975.

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