Shilling 1826 ESC 1257 Choice UNC and nicely toned, slabbed and graded LCGS 85, the joint finest known of 38 examples thus far recorded by the LCGS Population Report, Ex-London Coins Auction A138 2/9/2012 Lot 2573
Shilling 1826 Lion on Crown appear to be a Roman 1 in the date, the 1 with a flaw to the right, the top of the 1 certainly has both serifs, the lower part has the right serif missing, NVF/GF and unusual
Shilling 1826 with 6 over 2 in the date ESC 1257A and rarity 3 UNC with a pleasing grey tone with a hint of gold, some fine light scratches obverse field have resulted in the coin which has been graded as UNC by CGS and is in their holder with a Yellow Ticket which means the coins has been rejected for a numerical grade owing to the scratches but authenticated as the rare overdate type and graded as UNC with scratches, listed as simply Extremely Rare by Spink with no price given
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