Crowns were a rare sight during the reigns of George III and George IV. Even though George III reigned for sixty years, crowns were only issued during the final three years of his reign. Indeed, when the crown was finally produced in 1818, it was the first time one had been made since 1751!
In true ‘like father, like son’ tradition, George IV’s reign only saw crowns issued for two years – 1821 and 1822.
This collection brings together a George III crown and a George IV crown. The beautiful coins feature Benedetto Pistrucci’s famous image of St George and the Dragon. They are among the first silver coins to bear this image.
The coins are struck in 925/1000 silver and are encapsulated for protection. They’ll come mounted on a richly-finished wooden panel, which can lie flat or be set at an angle within the handsome display chest provided at no extra charge.
Coins are 39mm in diameter. Display is 7¾" x 5½" x 1¾".
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Any time you place an order with Danbury Mint, your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you are not delighted with any purchase, you may return it within 90 days of receipt for a FULL refund – including our postage & handling charge!
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Items can be returned using the downloadable returns label below. We recommend obtaining a certificate of posting (free) if returning via the post office. Please include all paperwork with your return. If you have any questions or would prefer us to send you a returns label by post, please email Customer Services.
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