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A Lima half-crown; obverse
A Lima half-crown. Obverse: Bust of George II (left), laureate, long hair, cloak over armour. Reverse: Four crowned shields, forming with the Star of the garter a St. George's Cross. Upper: England and Scotland. Part of the currency struck from the Spanish silver captured by Admiral Lord George Anson (1697-1762) during his circumnavigation of 1740-44. It came from the galleon 'Nuestra Se
- Image reference: E3818-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London