GREAT BRITAIN. Crown, 1819 Year LIX. London Mint. George III. NGC MS-65.

GREAT B

3000 - 4000
GREAT BRITAIN. Crown, 1819 Year LIX. London Mint. George III. PCGS MS-64 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1800 - 2400
GREAT BRITAIN. Crown, 1819 Year LIX. London Mint. George III. PCGS MS-64 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

2500 - 3500
GREAT BRITAIN. Crown, 1820 Year LX. London Mint. George III. NGC MS-63.

GREAT B

1000 - 1500
GREAT BRITAIN. Silver Pattern Crown, ND (1820). George III. PCGS PROOF-62 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

3000 - 4000
GREAT BRITAIN. Bronzed Copper Crown Pattern, 1820. George III. PCGS PROOF-65 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

2500 - 3000
GREAT BRITAIN. Countermarked Dollar, ND (1797). George III. PCGS Genuine--Cleaning, VF Details Gold

GREAT B

1800 - 2400
GREAT BRITAIN. Mint Error -- Double-Struck Rotation -- 1/2 Crown, 1817. George III. PCGS EF-45 Gold

GREAT B

600 - 900
GREAT BRITAIN. Bronzed Copper 1/2 Penny Pattern Restrike, 1799. George III. PCGS PROOF-65 Gold Shiel

GREAT B

800 - 1000
GREAT BRITAIN. Middlesex. 1/2 Penny Token, 1796. Dentons. PCGS MS-64 Brown Gold Shield.

GREAT B

900 - 1200
GREAT BRITAIN. Silver Coronation of Charlotte Medal, 1761. George III. NGC MS-61.

GREAT B

700 - 1000
GREAT BRITAIN. 2 Pounds, 1823. London Mint. George IV. PCGS Genuine--Cleaned, AU Details Gold Shield

GREAT B

1000 - 1500
GREAT BRITAIN. Sovereign, 1821. London Mint. George IV. PCGS AU-55 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

900 - 1200
GREAT BRITAIN. Sovereign, 1825. London Mint. George IV. PCGS AU-58 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

700 - 1000
GREAT BRITAIN. Sovereign, 1826. London Mint. George IV. NGC MS-62. WINGS Approved.

GREAT B

2200 - 2600
GREAT BRITAIN. Sovereign, 1820. London Mint. George III. PCGS MS-62 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1000 - 1500
GREAT BRITAIN. Sovereign, 1817. London Mint. George III. PCGS MS-61 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1500 - 2000
GREAT BRITAIN. Bank Dollar, 1804. London Mint. George III. PCGS MS-64 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1000 - 1500
GREAT BRITAIN. 1/3 Guinea, 1810. London Mint. George III. NGC MS-63.

GREAT B

700 - 900
GREAT BRITAIN. 1/3 Guinea, 1809. London Mint. George III. NGC MS-63.

GREAT B

700 - 900
GREAT BRITAIN. 1/2 Guinea, 1813. London Mint. George III. NGC MS-64.

GREAT B

2000 - 2600
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1798. London Mint. George III. NGC MS-62.

GREAT B

1000 - 1200
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1798. London Mint. George III. PCGS MS-63+.

GREAT B

1500 - 1700
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1798. London Mint. George III. PCGS MS-64 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1800 - 2400
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1793. London Mint. George III. PCGS AU-58 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

700 - 1000
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1793. London Mint. George III. NGC MS-63.

GREAT B

1500 - 1700
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1791. London Mint. George III. NGC MS-62.

GREAT B

1200 - 1600
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1777. London Mint. George III. PCGS AU-55 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

700 - 1000
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1777. London Mint. George III. PCGS AU-58 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

700 - 1000
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1775. London Mint. George III. PCGS AU-58 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

800 - 1200

Lot:21077  1817年英国乔治三世像银币 NGC PF 64

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 NGC PF64
拍品估价 USD 110000 成交价 USD 2040
拍卖专场 SBP2019年8月ANA#C-世界钱币 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-08-16 23:00:00 结标日期 2019-08-17 05:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1817年英国乔治三世像银币 NGC PF 64

GREAT BRITAIN. Silver Crown Pattern, 1817. London Mint. George III. NGC PROOF-64.KM-PnB77, L&S-152, ESC-2020 (R2; formerly ESC-223). Plain edge. By William Wyon. Obverse: GEORGIUS III D: G: BRITANNIARUM REX F: D:, laureate head right; Reverse: FOEDUS INVIOLABILE (our unbreakable bond), the Three Graces (as allegorical representations of Ireland, England, and Scotland), standing and embracing one another, their attributes (harp, Union shield, and thistle, respectively), at their feet; torch and palm frond crossed in saltire in exergue.Absolutely stunning, this is arguably the most graceful and appealing Crown Pattern ever produced by Wyon or, for that matter, the Royal Mint in general. Exhibiting highly reflective fields that contrast beautifully with lightly textured devices, the surfaces are further enhanced by an iridescence engulfed in a deep and alluring cabinet tone. An intensely remarkable specimen, and the first of this type that we have had the privilege to offer at auction, this piece is reported by the authors of English Silver Coinage to have a mintage of just 50 specimens, few of which can equal the majesty of this tour de force. We extend our congratulations in advance to the fortunate winner of this singular offering, without doubt destined to become the centerpiece of a most advanced collection of British Crowns.