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William IV was the third son of George III and ascended the throne after the death of his brother, George IV. The majority of his nearly seven-year reign was dominated by the reform crisis, which saw the introduction of the Great Reform Bill, giving the British people a more accurate representation in parliament.

This William IV Groat is year-dated 1836 and has been graded as AU75. The obverse features the coinage portrait of William IV designed by the legendary William Wyon RA. The reverse features a design of a seated Britannia facing to the right, holding a trident and a shield.


Specification Value
Denomination Groat
Alloy .925 Sterling Silver
Weight 1.89 g
Diameter 16.00mm
Reverse Designer William Wyon
Specification Value
Obverse Designer William Wyon
Quality Circulating
Year 1836
Pure Metal Type Silver
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