George I Shilling 1720 Very Fine Condition


This George I Shilling, minted in the year 1720, presents a captivating snapshot of the numismatic legacy from the early 18th century. The obverse proudly displays the regal profile of King George I, reflecting the artistic craftsmanship of the era with intricate details that stand the test of time.

On the reverse, the coin features the iconic crowned cruciform shields, surrounded by decorative embellishments, providing a glimpse into the heraldic grandeur of the period. In Very Fine condition, this coin showcases well-preserved features, maintaining a pleasing level of detail despite the passage of over three centuries.

The surfaces exhibit a charming patina, adding character to this historical artifact. This George I Shilling serves as both a tangible connection to the reign of King George I and a testament to the economic and cultural milieu of its time.

For collectors and enthusiasts alike, this coin in Very Fine condition represents an opportunity to own a piece of history that transcends centuries. Its well-maintained state allows for a closer appreciation of the craftsmanship and historical significance embedded within, making it a distinguished addition to any numismatic collection.

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