George I (1714-1727), Guinea, 1715, third laureate head right, no hair below truncation, toothed outer borders both sides, legend surrounds from bottom left, GEORGIVS DG M BR FR ET HIB REX FD. Rev, crowned shields cruciform, emblem-adorned sceptres in angles, seven strings to harp, seven hearts in the Hanoverian shield, garter star at centre, reads BRVN ET LDVX SRIATH ET EL, date flanking top crown, edge obliquely milled, (S.3630; MCE 247; Farey 595; EGC 504; Schneider II, 546).
A lustrously toned example with flashes of mint brilliance, the lightest of flecking on the obverse. A great rendition of the King with an especially precise amount of detail in the lower portion of the hair. Rev, struck from highly polished and well prepared dies, fields reflective. Choice Practically Mint State.