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Third guinea of George III

This small gold coin was sent in by Edward J. Burns and I was asked for my opinion as to its possible market value.

The coin is a third guinea of George III, which has the second head of the king on the obverse and is dated 1804 on the reverse. A third guinea was a high face value coin to lose in the early 19th century. However, anyone with a coin like this in their possession was probably rich enough to afford to lose it.


There are a few scuffs to the head of George III on the obverse but the coin is otherwise in VF condition, so it should still be worth around £220.

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