George IV went outside of the normal Royal Mint process and insisted that a new, more flattering portrait was commissioned and therefore his Sovereigns have two different portraits – the Laureate and Bare Head, causing much conflict between the designer of his Laureate portrait, the fiery Benedetto Pistrucci, and William Wyon.
*Please note that the image is for illustration purposes. The coin you receive may differ but will be of Fine condition.
|Alloy||22 Carat Gold|
|Reverse Designer||Jean Baptiste Merlen|
|Obverse Designer||William Wyon|
|Pure Metal Type||Gold|