|Coin||Sixpence 1790 (Pattern)|
This was a pattern by the Soho Mint, designed by Jean-Pierre Droz, which was eventually not selected for mass production.
Within an open olive wreath, a crowned monogram GR (for Georgius Rex, from Latin: George, King).
Britannia, draped, seated on globe facing left holding spear and olive branch; resting at right, oval shield bearing the crosses of St. George ans St. Andrew; around, BRITANNIA 1790.
|Reverse Inscription||BRITANNIA 1790|
|Currency||Pound Sterling (Great Britain)|
|Period||Pound Sterling (1707 - 1801)|
|Coin Type||Sixpence (Pattern)|
|Monarch||King George III|
|Face Value||6 (x Penny)|
|Orientation||Same (Medal Alignment, Axis 0 / Axis 12)|