rev. crowned shield, dividing date, the base of the shield garnished with sprays of rose, thistle and shamrock, BRITANNIARUM REX FIDEI DEFENSOR, edge plain, 8.38g. (Montagu 533; Murdoch 149; Nobleman 12; Douglas-Morris 121 [this coin]; Num. Chron. Vol. XIII (1850-51), p.124, No.62), slight scratch behind neck-tie, otherwise as struck, exceedingly rare " /> Pattern Guinea, 1813, by Thomas Wyon, small short haired, laureate bust right, W below, similar to the "Military" type, GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA, <I>rev.</I> crowned shield, dividing date, the base of the shield garnished with sprays of rose, thistle and shamrock, BRITANNIARUM REX FIDEI DEFENSOR, <I>edge</I> plain, 8.38g. (Montagu 533; Murdoch 149; Nobleman 12; Douglas-Morris 121 [this coin]; Num. Chron. Vol. XIII (1850-51), p.124, No.62), <I>slight scratch behind neck-tie, otherwise as struck, exceedingly rare</I> | Christie's