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William IV 1835 Sovereign

William IV (1830-37), gold Sovereign, 1835, second bare head right, w.w. slightly doubled incuse on truncation, rev crowned quartered shield of arms, with the arms of Hanover as an escutcheon, date below, weight 8.01g (Marsh 19 R; M.C.E.492; S.3829B). Some small red blemishes of tone on reverse, two tiny rim nicks on obverse, hairline marks across cheek, a few other inconsequential marks or hairlines, otherwise extremely fine and a rare date.

Calendar year mintage 723,441.

This year represents the second lowest calendar year mintage of this reign.

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