This is the 1775 George III gold guinea coin. This coin is struck from 22 carat gold and weighs 8.35 grams.
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The guinea was introduced into the British coinage in 1663 under Charles II, and continued until 1813 in the reign of George III.
At least six different types of guinea were issued for George III, from 1761 to 1813, including the well-known spade (or spade ace) version.
The obverse of the coin features the fourth laureate portrait of King George III.
The reverse of the coin shows the crowned ornate shield.
|Diameter||25 to 26 mm.|
|Actual gold content||0.2461 ounces.|
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Bullion coins are provided as is and on occasion may have some minor scratches or edge knocks. These are not regarded as faulty or damaged goods as their gold content and value as a bullion coin is not affected. Any coin sold for a value less than a 180% intrinsic is considered a bullion coin.
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