The Coinage Of William Wood referred to as Rosa Americana Coins came about due to William Wood obtaining a patent from George I to make tokens for the American Colonies. Because his coins were not widely adopted, Wood stopped minting coins in 1723.
- Contains: 2 oz. Troy .999 Fine Silver
- Obverse: Bust of King George I, the legend surrounding depicts one of several forms of the King’s name and the title.
- Reverse: Tudor Rose with Crown above, with legend of “ROSA AMERICANA” and “UTILE DULCI” (The Useful and Agreeable).
- Weight: 2.00 troy ounce
- Finish: Antiqued
- Purity: .999 fine
- Edge: reeded
- Diameter: 39mm
- Thickness: ~6mm