George III, Sierra Leone Patina Bronzed Copper

In the reign of King George III, what is now Sierra Leone was under British control. INA made some fantastic low mintage Patina Retro-Patterns to show what their coinage might have looked like, had they been issued. The bust of King George III is the same bust as used on the famous Bank of England Dollar. They are beautiful pieces, here we present them in Bronzed Copper Uncirculated. The reverse has a lion with a pair of hands shaking above and are retro-dated 1808. You will love it.
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SKU: PAT0189
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