Facing Bust

Some articles on facing bust, bust:

Threepence (British Coin) - Early 18th Century
... The obverse shows a left-facing bust of the queen, with the inscription while the reverse shows the crowned "3" and (1703–5, 1707), (1706), or (1708–13) ... The obverse shows a right-facing bust of the king, with the inscription while the reverse shows the crowned "3" and ... The obverse shows a left-facing bust of the king, with the inscription while the reverse shows the crowned "3" and ...
Tuppence - The Hanoverians (1714–1837) - Silver Pennies
12 mm diameter coin weighing 0.5 gram, with a right-facing bust of George I and the inscription continuing onto the other side with around the crowned "I" ... the sixpence and larger silver coins an older bust of the king was used from 1743 onwards, the small silver coins continued to use a young portrait of him throughout his reign ... The penny had a left-facing bust of George II and the inscription continuing onto the other side with around the crowned "I" ...

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