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'George III Gold Five Guineas' Pattern Replica

  • Marking the 200th Anniversary of George III's death
  • A stunning replica of one of the last Gold Guinea Patterns
  • Preciously layered with 24-carat gold
  • Available

Your exclusive advantages:
  • Complete your collection with confidence - you are free to cancel this service at any time
  • Save a minimum of 10% on each item within the collection
  • Receive a FREE display case or folder with each collection
Amount due: £44.50

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

Amount due: £44.50

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

In 1760, George III became King of Great Britain and Ireland, and Elector of Hanover. He... more
'George III Gold Five Guineas' Pattern Replica

In 1760, George III became King of Great Britain and Ireland, and Elector of Hanover.

He is widely remembered for the loss of the colonies in North America, following the American War of Independence. However, he was far more successful in Great Britain and Europe: with victories over Napoleon at Trafalgar and Waterloo, Britain emerged as a leading power and ended Napoleon's domination in Europe. George III was the third monarch from the House of Hanover, and the first one to be born in England and to use English as his first language.

His later years were overshadowed by a mysterious mental illness, and when he became unfit to rule, his eldest son ruled as Prince Regent. George III died at Windsor Castle on 29th January 1820, after a long reign of almost 60 years. It was also the end of an era for the British Gold Guinea, which was replaced by the Sovereign in 1813.

George III Five Guineas gold patterns were made in 1770, 1773, and 1777, but were never issued into circulation, so they only ever existed as a pattern issue for each of the three years. The gold patterns were only struck in the smallest quantities - it is believed there are less than ten of each date. They are obviously extremely rare and it is thought that just three of each year have turned up in the last 45 years.

Limitation: 9,999 complete collections
Weight: 32 g
Material (details): Copper, gold-plated
First issued: 2009
Diameter: 40 mm
Obverse: George III
Reverse: Crowned Quartered Shield
Quality: Proof

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The Windsor Mint® collector service

By ordering an item inclusive of our collector service, you will receive further items in the same collection automatically (in approximately monthly intervals) for approval (approval sale). This means, you are free to return any items delivered within 27 days after receipt, without any reasons or questions asked. Any money paid for the item will be refunded automatically and without any hassle for you. This service guarantees that you will be able to complete a collection started as far as you wish, without fear to miss out on items in the collection. You can pause or cancel this collector service at any time by a simple information to us. Any details can also be found in our Terms and Conditions.

Your advantages joining our collector service:

• Massive savings – You don't only save massively on the starter item, you also secure regular discounts of at least 10% compared to the prices of individual items
• You will receive a FREE collection case or album as part of your edition
• You will receive a certificate of ownership with your edition
• You have the guarantee to be able to own a complete collection - without any missing items. Once you order a starter item with collector service, our experts make sure that all other items stay reserved for you and are released only when you cancel this service.
• You will beat collectors buying individual items only to rare issues, due to your completion guarantee.

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