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George III coins (1998, 1st edition)
ISBN: 0-948964-90-1. Retail
market values have not been updated since 1998, this book is
still relevant for the sheer number of varieties it lists. The
book will be updated and the next issue should be available in
a page illustration.
To purchase this book,
please see the Stockists link above.
The book covers
all the George III (1760-1820) coinage of Great Britain and
Ireland, including gold coinage. It also lists some unofficial
token issues, as well as patterns, proofs etc and is a great accompaniment
to the 1797 - date Collectors' Coins Great Britain 2005 book.
The book also
features facts about George III and other snipets of information
on what was going on in the world at that time. These little
facts are presented in date order, one or two per page.
A George III
shilling of the New coinage which begun in 1816, as listed on
page 27 of Collectors' George III Coins. The shilling
denomination (1/20th of a pound) remained exactly that shape and
size from 1816 until 1990!
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