George III Halfcrown Large Head | The Royal Mint

George III Halfcrown

Fine or Better

  • George III came to the throne in 1760
  • An original halfcrown from the reign of George III
  • Struck in fine silver
  • Available in a minimum of Fine condition
  • Presented in a clear coin wallet with accompanying Royal Mint certificate of authenticity
Price: £115.00
  • Limited Stock
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  • Product code: HISX144

An original halfcrown from the reign of George III

George III’s reign was marked by a series of conflicts around the world. British colonies were lost in the American War of Independence but closer to home, wars with France concluded successfully with the defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo.

The halfcrown was first issued in 1549 during the reign of Edward VI, and from Elizabeth I onwards, crowns were issued during every reign except for Edward VIII until their withdrawal in 1967. Despite their monarchist associations, Oliver Cromwell commissioned a halfcrown bearing his portrait when he appointed himself Lord Protector. This example is offered in ‘Fine or Better’ condition, retaining the clarity and definition of its Royal Arms design.

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