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KM 450.3William IV AR Rupee. India issue. 11.4 g. Dated 1835. Calcutta mint. WILLIAM IIII KING, bare head right, incuse F on truncation. / EAST INDIA COMPANY around ONE RUPEE in two lines within wreath, date 1835 between two flowers below. KM 450.3.TextImage
Seaby 3829BWilliam IV, AV sovereign, 1837. 7.88 g. GULIELMUS IIII D G BRITANNIAR REX F D, bare head right. / ANNO 1837 beneath crowned arms in ornate shield. Seaby 3829B.TextImage
Seaby 3833William IV, 1830-1837. AR Crown 1831. Engraver William Wyon. GULIELMUS IIII D G BRITANNIAR REX F D, bare head right. WW (faint) on neck truncation. / ANNO 1831 beneath crowned shield of arms within intricate mantle surrounded by a chain and St. George below. Seaby 3833.TextImage
Seaby 3834William IV AR Halfcrown 1836. 14.1 g. GULIELMUS IIII D G BRITANNIAR REX F D, bare head right. / ANNO 1836 beneath crowned mantled arms surrounded by a chain and St. George below. Seaby 3834.TextImage
Seaby 3835William IV. 1830-1837. AR Shilling (23mm, 5.6 g). Dated 1836. GULIELMUS IIII D G BRITANNIAR FEX F D, bare head right. / ONE SHILLING in two lines within crowned wreath. ESC 1268; Seaby 3835.TextImage
Seaby 3837William IV 'Royal Mint 1836' AR Groat, 1.86 gr, 16.34 mm. Dated 1836 AD. GULIELMUS IIII D: G: BRITANNIAR: REX F: D:, head right / FOUR PENCE, Britannia, helmeted, seated right, holding trident and resting right hand on shield. Date 1836 below. S. 3837; 1918; BSC 380.TextImage
Seaby 3844William IV AR Maundy Penny. 0.46 g. Dated 1833. GULIELMUS IIII D G BRIATANNIAR REX F D, bare head right. / 18-33 to left and right of crowned "1". Seaby 3844; ESC 2551.TextImage
Seaby 3845William IV. 1830-1837. AE Penny (34mm, 18.98 g). Dated 1837. GULIELMUS IIII DEI GRATIA, bare head right. / BRITANNIAR REX FID DEF, Helmeted Britannia sitting right on outcropping, holding oval shield and trident; shamrock, rose and thistle below. Peck 1460; Seaby 3845.TextImage
Seaby 3848William IV AE Farthing, Copper, 4.65 g. GULIELMUS DEI GRATIA, Plain bust right, date 1835 below / BRITANNIAR:REX FID:DEF:, Britannia seated right, holding trident and resting hand on shield, incuse line to centre of saltire cross on shield, rose, shamrock and thistle below. S. 3848; Peck 1472.TextImage
Seaby 3849William IV AE half farthing. 1835. For use in Ceylon. GULIELMUS IIII DEI GRATIA, bare head right, date 1835 below. / BRITANNIAR REX FID DEF, Britannia seated right, holding trident and resting hand on shield, rose, shamrock and thistle below. Seaby 3849.TextImage
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