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E GeorgeII Peck 833 Silver Proof Halfpenny, 1729. Peck-833. George II / Britannia. Design of currency issue. TextObvRev
Seaby 3666George II AV Five Guineas. Old head left / Crowned coat-of-arms. Edge: DECVS...VICESIMO SECVNDO.
Seaby 36682 Guineas, 1739. S.3668; Fr-337. George II. Old head. Light golden tone.
Seaby 3669 2 Guineas, 1740/39. S. 3669; Fr-337. George II. Old head.
Seaby 3670 Guinea, 1727. S.3670; Fr-339; KM-562. George II. 1st Young Head. First type, large reverse shields, small obverse letters.
Seaby 3671 Guinea, 1728. George II, First young laureate Head, second style with slightly smaller lettering in the legends. S-3671. Fr-339.
Seaby 3674 Guinea, 1733. S.3674; Fr-339; KM-573.3. George II. Second, Young head. Not in the Terner collection.
Seaby 3680 Guinea, 1758. S.3680; Fr-344; KM-588. George II. Old head.
Seaby 3681Gold Proof Half Guinea, 1728. George II. Young laureate bust. S-3681. WR-75. Plain edge. R4, 11-20 known. Extremely rare.
Seaby 3683George II AV Half Guinea. Dated 1746. Intermediate laureate head left / Crowned & garnished coat-of-arms. Schneider II 603.
Seaby 3685Half Guinea, 1750. S.3685; Fr-349; KM-587. George II, Old Head.
Seaby 3686Silver Crown, 1732. George II. Young laureate bust. Roses & Plumes in reverse angles. S-3686. Edge not viewable in the slab but designated as ESC-117, or SEXTO regnal year, by NGC.
Seaby 3687George II AR Crown. Young Head issue. DECIMO QVARTO & dated 1741. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left / Crowned cruciform shields; rose in each quarter. ESC 123.
Seaby 3688Silver Crown, 1743. George II. Old laureate bust left. / Four crowned coats of arms in cross pattern, roses in the angles. S-3688. Edge not readable in the slab but designated as ESC-124, or regnal year SEPTIMO, by NGC.
Seaby 3689Silver Crown, 1746 LIMA. George II. Old laureate bust. S-3689. Edge not readable in the slab. Recut 6 in date. Bifurcated letters in the legends.
Seaby 3690 Crown, 1750. S.3690; ESC-127; Dav-1351. George II. Old laureate head left.
Seaby 3691George II, AR halfcrown. Struck 1731. Youthful, laureate, draped bust left. / Four crowned coats of arms in a cross pattern. Seaby 3691 (plate coin in the 2007 edition).TextImage
Seaby 3692Halfcrown, 1732. George II, young draped bust. Roses & Plumes reverse. S-3692. Edge not visible in the slab.
Seaby 3693George II AR Halfcrown. Young Head issue. DVODECIMO & dated 1739. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust left / Crowned cruciform shields; rose in each quarter. ESC 600.
Seaby 3694George II AR Halfcrown. Old Head issue. DECIMO SEPTIMO & dated 1743. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust left / Crowned cruciform shields; rose in each quarter. ESC 603A.
Seaby 3695George II AR Halfcrown. LIMA issue. Dated DECIMO NONO & 1745/3(?). Laureate, draped, & cuirassed older bust left; LIMA beneath / Crowned, cruciform shields around Garter Star; plain quarters.
Seaby 3695AGeorge II AR Halfcrown. Lima issue. Dated 1746. Old bust left; LIMA below / Cruciform crowned coats-of-arms around Garter Star. Edge: DECVS...DECIMO NONO. ESC 606.
Seaby 3696George II AR Halfcrown. Dated 1746. Old bust left / Cruciform crowned coats-of-arms around Garter Star. Edge: DECVS...VICESIMO. ESC 608.
Seaby 3698 Shilling, 1728. S.3698; ESC-1192. George II. Young bust. Roses & plumes in angles.
Seaby 3699George II AR Shilling. Dated 1737. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed young bust left / Crowned, cruciform shields around Garter Star; roses & plumes in quarters. ESC 1200.
Seaby 3700 Shilling, 1728. S.3700; ESC-1191. George II. Young bust. Angles plain. One-year type with plain reverse.
Seaby 3703Shilling, 1745-Lima. S.3703; ESC-1205. George II. Old head. Lima below.
Seaby 3704George II. 1727-1760. AR Shilling. Dated 1758. Laureate bust left / Cruciform arms.
Seaby 3707 Sixpence, 1728. S.3707; ESC-1606; KM-564.3. George II. Young head. Roses & plumes in angles.
Seaby 3708 Sixpence, 1739. S.3708; ESC-1612; KM-564.4. George II. Young head. Roses in angles. Rare variety with O over R in legend.
Seaby 3712Silver Fourpence, 1731. George II. S-3712. Young bust.
Seaby 3715ASilver Penny, 1750. George II. S-3715A Young head.
Seaby 3717Proof copper Halfpenny, 1729. George II Young Head. S-3717. P-835, Rare.
Seaby 3718 Halfpenny, 1740. S.3718. George II. Old laureate bust left.
Seaby 3719George II AE Halfpenny. Old Head issue. Dated 1751. Laureate & cuirassed bust left / Britannia seated left on globe, holding olive branch & spear, & leaning on ornamental oval shield. Peck 881.
Seaby 3720Proof Farthing, 1730 (first year for farthings) of George II. Young laureate Head. S-3720 (no Proof listed). Peck-857.
Seaby 3721 Farthing, 1741. S.3721. George II. Old laureate head.
Seaby 3722George II AE Farthing. Old Head issue. Dated 1754. Laureate & cuirassed bust left / Britannia seated left on globe, holding olive branch & spear, & leaning on ornamental oval shield. Peck 892.
Seaby 6608Ireland. George II AE Farthing. D&F-558. GEORGIVS II REX, laureate left-facing Irish portrait / HIBERNIA 17-37, crowned harp, D&F 558,

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