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1821 King George IV Silver Crown Coin Secundo

1821 King George IV Silver Crown Coin Secundo

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 George IV (1820-30), Crown, 1821, laureate head left legend surrounding GEORGIUS IIII D G BRITANNIAR REX F D. Rev, St George, and dragon right, date in exergue, B.P. to upper right of exergue. Edge inscription DECUS ET TUTAMEN. ANNO REGNI SECUNDO (ESC.246; S.3805). Some surface markings and nicks are associated with the grade. Otherwise well struck up with underlying mint luster, very fine.

Both sides of this coin are the work of Benedetto Pistrucci. The obverse features the laureate head of King George IV, facing left, while the reverse shows Pistrucci’s instantly recognisable mounted Saint George motif with a dragon underfoot at sword point. Tiny ‘WWP’ and ‘’B.P’ below for the artist and the then Master of the Royal Mint, William Wellesley-Pole.