1745 English Shilling


Very common British silver coin. About the size of a quarter but much thinner. Issued under the rule of King George II (1727-60), this shilling is marked LIMA below the head. This mark denotes this coin as being struck from Spanish-American silver that was seized by the British at Lima. Our copy is cast from lead free pewter.

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Item # CO-526

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