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Spencer Collection #3 - 6th

Current Statistics
Rank

6
GPA with Top Bonuses

64.800
GPA Weighted

64.800
Complete

33.33%
Set Rating

20.250

Spencer Collection #3

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
Charles II (1670-1685)
James II (1685-1688)
William and Mary (1688-1694)
William III (1694-1702)
Anne (1702-1714)
George I (1714-1727)
George II (1727-1760)
George III (1760-1820) 202229 1797 1D MS64BN 22 5 7838
Great Britain, George III Copper Penny Dated 1797 and the First Ever British Copper Penny, PCGS MS64BN, Fresh Mint Luster, S.3777, KM-618, Reverse features Lady Britannia seated before the ocean with a clipper ship in the background, the inspiration for the U.S. Seated Liberty series and Trade Dollars. Compare Cheshire Auction, May 30 - June 1, 2005, Lot 2485, (Sale 31: The Pre-Long Beach) where an NGC MS-61 realized over $1000.00.
George IV (1820-1830)
William IV (1830-1837)
Victoria (1837-1901) 202407 1848/7 1D MS64RB 2 513436
Great Britain, Victoria Penny, 1848/7 Overdate Variety, MS64RB, KM-739, S.3948, Gorgeous Red/Brown Mottled Color, Finest Known in RB
Edward VII (1901-1910) 203530 1908 1D Mdy PL64 3 15 144202
Great Britain, 1D Maundy Silver dated 1908. Edward VII. Part of a Well Matched Set, each grades PL MS64.
George V (1910-1936) 203021 1931 1D MS65RB 4 9728
Great Britain, George V Penny Dated 1931, Gem, Tied for Finest
George VI (1936-1952) 158974 1947 1D MS64RB 4 1 110205
Great Britain, 1D Dated 1947, MS64RB
Elizabeth II (1953-1967) 1D