5 Shilling / 1 Dollar    (sold for $550.0)

Description: Great Britain. Bank Dollar - 5 Shillings, 1804. S.3768; Dav-101; KM-Tn1. Obverse: Kuchler's bust of George III. Reverse: Britannia, with shield, seated left within oval cameo. A nice example of an unusual coin which was current for Five Shillings until 1811 and revalued at Five Shillings and sixpence until withdrawn from circulation in 1817. NGC graded AU-50. Estimated Value $450 - 500. Categories:
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This coin has been sold for   $550.0

Notes: http://www.goldbergcoins.com/view-auctions/catalog/id/4/lot/16134/ $450 - $500 2010-09-19

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Coin Group
 Denomination: 5 Shilling
1 Dollar
 Metal: Silver
 State: United Kingdom of Great Britain and ...
British Empire (1497 - 1949)
 Person: George III (1738-1820)
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Description:   English
Coin variations: 68 instance(s)
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