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King George IV Farthing 1826

King George IV Farthing 1826

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On the obverse side of the coin, you would find the portrait of King George IV. The specific design of the 1826 Farthing featured a bust of the King facing left. King George IV is depicted wearing a laurel wreath around his head, and the inscription "GEORGIUS IIII D.G. BRITANNIAR. REX F.D." can be seen around the portrait, which translates to "George IV, by the Grace of God, King of the Britains, Defender of the Faith."

The King George IV Farthing 1826 coin has a diameter of approximately 20 millimeters and weighs about 4.6 grams. It is typically made of copper, which was the common material used for farthing coins during that time. The edge of the coin is typically plain, without any additional design or inscription.