George III, proof Bank token Three Shillings, 1811

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George III, Silver Proof Three Shilling Bank Token, 1811, dies A3/12, laureate and draped bust right in armour, front leaf of laurel wreath points to upright of E of DEI…
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Description

George III, Silver Proof Three Shilling Bank Token, 1811, dies A3/12, laureate and draped bust right in armour, front leaf of laurel wreath points to upright of E of DEI in legend, rev struck en médaille, value within wreath of oak leaves, 26 acorns in wreath, edge plain, with raised “witness line” distinct where edge retaining collar meets (cf.ESC.414B R4, Bull 2072; S.3769).

Attractively toned, practically as struck and very rare.

Specification

Period1760 - 1820 AD
Date1811
Coin Group

British

Demonination

Bank Tokens

Coin Ruler

George III

Country

England

Coin House

House of Hanover

Metal

Silver

Mint Mark

Proof – Three Shillings

ReferencesS.3769

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