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1804 King George III Bank Of England Emergency Issue Silver Five Shillings Dollar

1804 George III Bank of England Dollar Obverse

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A very collectable silver Bank of England emergency issue Dollar, dated 1804. The obverse features the laureate bust of king George the Third, facing left. The reverse shows the seated figure of Britannia holding a spear and a branch, a shield resting near her and a beehive behind. These emergency issue dollars, designed by Conrad Heinrich Kucher, were issued to replace the Countermarked types still using the original Spanish specie, but using Mathew Boulton’s new presses to re-strike. Occasionally, shadows of the original Spanish coin can be seen. These B.O.E. Dollars have numerous variations. This coin has the top head leaf to the centre of ‘E’, only one stop after ‘REX’ and the engravers initials as ‘:C . H . K’ to the obverse. The reverse has a very small inverted incuse ’K’ under the shield to the left. A fascinating piece.
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Obverse

Draped and laureate bust of king George III, facing right. Very small ':C.H.K' on the neck for engraver Conrad Heinrich Kuchler. Legend: 'GEORGIUS III DEI GRATIA REX.'.

Reverse

Britannia seated left, holding a branch and spear and a beehive in front, arm resting on shield containing Union Jack, all within castle topped oval shaped garter. Outer legend reads: 'BANK OF ENGLAND' with the date below. Within: 'FIVE SHILLINGS DOLLAR'.

Grade

GVF - Very light tone with hint of colour between lettering, three small scratches by ‘REX’ on the obverse, otherwise good very fine, reverse slightly better.

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