Great Britain, George I, 6 Pence 1723 SSC, Sixpence, aVF

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N.B.: 1723 SSC variety was struck with silver discovered by the South Sea Company in Indonesia.

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Obverse: Laureate and draped bust of King George I right, legend around.

Lettering: GEORGIVS·D·G·M·BR·FR·ET·HIB·REX·F·D·

Translation: George by the Grace of God King of Great Britain France and Ireland Defender of the Faith

Engraver: John Croker

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Reverse: Crowned cruciform shields around central Garter star, divided date above, legend around.

Lettering: BRVN ET·L·DVX S·R·I·A TH ET·EL·17 23·
C SS C SS

Translation: Duke of Brunswick and Lueneburg, Arch Treasurer and Prince Elector of the Holy Roman Empire

Engraver: Johann Ochs

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Edge: Diagonal reeding

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Country
Ruler George I (1714-27)
Face Value 6 pence
Year of issue 1723
Metal Silver
Fineness 925
Catalogue # KM# 553.2; SPINK 3652; ESC 1612
Weight, g. 2,88
Diameter, mm. 21,1
Our code F710
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