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George III, 1760-1820. Bank Of England One Shilling And Sixpence Token, 1812.

George III, 1760-1820. Bank Of England One Shilling And Sixpence Token, 1812.

  • Due to the lack of coinage and pocket change in the early 19th century, the Bank of England was forced to produce its own silver Tokens. These coins were chosen with a view that they would not conflict with the official denominations such as Halfcrowns and Shillings. All of these Tokens were banned following the great recoinage of 1816.

     

    This One Shilling and Sixpence Bank Token dated 1812 has an attractive tone, making it a pleasing coin with good eye appeal.

     

    To order this coin or request a postage quote

    (free UK delivery), please contact Tim at: info@timothymedhurst.co.uk

  • We strive for client saisfaction. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, if returned within 14 days then a full refund will be issued.