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1909 Edward VII Sixpence 1+A MS 61

1909 Edward VII Silver Sixpence 1+A MS 61 Slabbed

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A collectable silver Sixpence of king Edward the Seventh, dated 1909. The obverse features the uncrowned head of the king, facing right, with the abbreviated legend around translating as ‘Edward the Seventh by the grace of God, King of all the Britains’. The tiny ‘De S.’ below the truncation of Edward’s neck identifies the artist behind this portrait as British medallist George William de Saulles. The reverse shows the denomination - ‘SIX PENCE’ - in the centre, surmounted by a crown and surrounded by branches of laurel (left) and oak (right), tied at the base with a ribbon. The date, 1909 appears below. This design is the work of the engraver Jean Baptiste Merlen. Before his accession, Edward was the longest serving heir apparent in British history, only surpassed by his great-great-grandson Prince Charles in 2011. Edward eventually ruled from 1901 to his death in 1910.
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Dies 1+A. Uncrowned head of Edward VII with moustache and beard, facing right. Legend around: EDWARDVS VII DEI GRA: BRITT: OMN: REX FID: DEF: IND: IMP:'. Engraver: George William de Saulles


Value - 'ONE SIXPENCE' - in the centre with crown above, within branches of oak and laurel tied with a ribbon. Date: below. Engraver: Jean Baptiste Merlen.


This coin has been graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation as MS 61 (NGC Cert # 6030947-004).

A grade of MS 61 is used for Mint State coins with an average or weak strike and no traces of wear. They might have multiple marks and large abrasions.


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