East India Company, George IV Patina Goldine UNC

In its day the East India Company (E. I. C.) was one of the most important and richest companies in the world. Much of its wealth came from the Indian sub-Continent. Many people who worked for it under some rather harsh conditions, came home very as very wealthy people. Enough to enjoy a very good retirement. Here we present the Patina Retro-Pattern of George IV in cupro-nickel in Uncirculated condition. The obverse portraits of the Monarchs are as nice as any you would find on British coins of these Monarchs.
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SKU: PAT0277
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