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1826 George IV Halfpenny NGC MS 64 BN

1826 George IV Halfpenny MS 64 Obverse.

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A collectable copper Halfpenny of King George the Fourth, dated 1826 and graded MS 64 BN by NGC. The obverse features a laureate head of George V facing left, by William Wyon. The reverse - also by Wyon - shows Britannia, seated, holding a trident and resting on an oval shield bearing the Union Flag. National flower emblems can be seen below. George IV was born in August 1762 and from 1811 served as regent for his father, George III. George IV reigned in his own right from 1820 to 1830 but Halfpennies were only minted with his portrait between 1825 and 1827. This superb example in a high grade would make an excellent addition to any collection.
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Head of George IV facing left, hair bound in a wreath which is tied with a ribbon with one loose end at the neck, date (1826) below between two bead ornaments. Legend reads: 'GEORGIUS IV DEI GRATIA'. Engraver: William Wyon.


Britannia, seated, facing right in flowing robes with a corinthian plumed helmet, left hand holding a trident. Right hand rests on an oval shield bearing the Union Jack. Flower emblems in exergue. Legend: 'BRITANNIAR: REX FID: DEF:'. Engraver: William Wyon.




This coin has been graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation as MS 64 BN (NGC Cert # 6029549-010).

A grade of MS 64 reflects a Mint State coin with an average or better strike and only miniscule imperfections. The 'BN' identifies a coin with a full or nearly full brown patina.


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