George II (11.6.1727 - 25.10.1760)

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PictureDate DESCRIPTION Price  
1754 VG £2.00
1754 GF £12.00
1754 Bold GF £14.00
1754 NVF/GF £16.00
1754 Near VF £18.00
Click here to view picture 1754 GVF £45.00
Click here to view picture 1754 4 over 0 in date. BMC 891. Bold Fine, extremely rare £70.00
Click here to view picture 1754 4 over 0 in date. BMC 891. Almost EF and quite exceptional for this extremely rare coin. Sold
1750 Fair £10.00
Click here to view picture 1750 Near Fine £20.00
Click here to view picture 1750 Fine £25.00
Click here to view picture 1750 GF £35.00
1749 Fine £16.00
Click here to view picture 1749 Unc lustre well struck, extremely rare in this grade. Slabbed at present as MS64 but can be taken out if required (but then cannot be put back in again !) Sold
1746 Fine, pitting on both sides. £6.00
1746 Fine £16.00
Click here to view picture 1746 Bold VF £55.00
1744 Poor, slightly bent £5.00
1744 Near Fine £16.00
Click here to view picture 1744 Fine £24.00
Click here to view picture 1741 Fine, some pitting on Obverse. Very rare £24.00
1739 BMC 869 (Normal). Near Fine £10.00
1739 BMC 869 (Normal). Fine £14.00
1739 BMC 869 (Normal). Fine, struck on a large flan. £14.00
1739 BMC 869 (Normal). Fine or better £18.00
Click here to view picture 1739 BMC 869 (Normal). VF £50.00
Click here to view picture 1739 BMC 869 (Normal). GVF £85.00
1737 Small Date. Fine £15.00
Click here to view picture 1737 Large Date. BMC 867. Near Fine, very rare. £40.00
Click here to view picture 1737 Large Date. BMC 867. Near VF, very rare £155.00
1736 Fine £12.00
1736 GF £18.00
Click here to view picture 1736 GF, bold £20.00
Click here to view picture 1736 Almost VF, rare in all grades above Fine £40.00
Click here to view picture 1736 VF £60.00
Click here to view picture 1736 Triple Tie Riband. BMC 865. Near VF, very rare £115.00
Click here to view picture 1736 BMC ---. Allegedly '6 over inverted 5 or 6' but the coin is not convincing. Bold Fine.
Ex P. W. Lawrence (1996).
(Photograph includes a close-up of this variety.)
£20.00
1735 Near Fine £8.00
1735 Fine £15.00
Click here to view picture 1735 Near VF £30.00
Click here to view picture 1735 GVF £65.00
Click here to view picture 1734 Near Fine £20.00
Click here to view picture 1734 BMC 861. Bold Fine £30.00
1733 Fair £7.50
1733 Fine, some reverse corrosion. £8.50
1733 Fine £12.00
Click here to view picture 1733 GF £35.00
Click here to view picture 1732 Fine, rare £35.00
Click here to view picture 1732 Bold Fine, rare £40.00
1731 Long thin ribbons. Poor. £7.50
1731 Long thin ribbons. Near Fine £17.00
Click here to view picture 1730 Silver Proof. BMC 855. Thin flan. (This is much rarer than the Thick flan proof). A few, minor surface marks, superb EF/GEF toned with considerable underlying mint brilliance.

This is a duplicate from this writer's spares, acquired 20th April 1974 from the Dr E. A. Johnstone collection, who had acquired it from Spink on 5th November 1952 for £3.50.

We have never listed any examples of BMC 855 in EF or better in all our printed 45 lists to date. We did list one in GVF but with defects in 1997. The only other recent examples we can trace are on a Seaby Bulletin in June 1983, GEF £850 and Spink Coin Auction in June 1987 EF brilliant which sold at £880.
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Click here to view picture 1730 Copper Proof. BMC 857. Superb FDC, extremely rare
Slabbed by NGC as PF64
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