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Spencer Collection British Maundy Set George II 1740 - The Number One Finest Set of All Time

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Current Statistics
Rank

1
GPA with Top Bonuses

62.000
GPA Weighted

62.000
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

62.000

Spencer Collection British Maundy Set George II 1740

Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
Penny 612534 1740 1D Mdy MS63 1 1 11
Great Britain, 1D from George II Maundy set 1740, Young laureate Head, S3716, a delightful set graded as follows by PCGS: Penny MS63, Twopence MS63, Threepence MS64, Fourpence AU58. The three Mint State pieces have a uniform luster and most pleasing dark blue toning and are well struck. The AU piece has almost matching toning, so that the set appears original, despite the light wear on the largest coin. Very scarce so well preserved. From the Exeter College Collection
Two Pence 612544 1740 2D Mdy MS63 1 1 11
Great Britain, 2D from George II Maundy set 1740, Young laureate Head, S3716, a delightful set graded as follows by PCGS: Penny MS63, Twopence MS63, Threepence MS64, Fourpence AU58. The three Mint State pieces have a uniform luster and most pleasing dark blue toning and are well struck. The AU piece has almost matching toning, so that the set appears original, despite the light wear on the largest coin. Very scarce so well preserved. From the Exeter College Collection
Three Pence 612554 1740 3D Mdy MS64 2 1 21
Great Britain, 3D from George II Maundy set 1740, Young laureate Head, S3716, a delightful set graded as follows by PCGS: Penny MS63, Twopence MS63, Threepence MS64, Fourpence AU58. The three Mint State pieces have a uniform luster and most pleasing dark blue toning and are well struck. The AU piece has almost matching toning, so that the set appears original, despite the light wear on the largest coin. Very scarce so well preserved. From the Exeter College Collection
Four Pence 164346 1740 4D Mdy AU58 1 2 12
Great Britain, 4D from George II Maundy set 1740, Young laureate Head, S3716, a delightful set graded as follows by PCGS: Penny MS63, Twopence MS63, Threepence MS64, 4D AU58. The three Mint State pieces have a uniform luster and most pleasing dark blue toning and are well struck. The AU piece has almost matching toning, so that the set appears original, despite the light wear on the largest coin. Very scarce so well preserved. From the Exeter College Collection