rev. the Three Graces standing with shield between harp and thistle, quiver and palm branch in exergue, FOEDUS INVIOLABLE, edge plain (ESC.223; L&S.152), slight cabinet friction on the reverse, otherwise nearly FDC, most attractive colourful tone, rare " /> George III, Pattern Crown, 1817, by W. Wyon, "The Three Graces", struck in silver, laureate head right, date below, GEORGIUS III D: G: BRITANNIARUM REX F:D:, <I>rev. </I>the Three Graces standing with shield between harp and thistle, quiver and palm branch in exergue, FOEDUS INVIOLABLE, <I>edge</I> plain (ESC.223; L&S.152), <I>slight cabinet friction on the reverse, otherwise nearly FDC, most attractive colourful tone, rare</I> | Christie's