Due to the expenses of the Napoleonic wars, very few British coins were minted in the late 18th century.
The only two British Coins to be minted in 1790 were the gold Guinea and the Half-Guinea coins. Both have a "spade" shaped shield on the reverse.
The both have the inscription "GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA" on the obverse, and "M B F ET H REX F D B ET L D S R I A T ET E" on the reverse.
The Guinea in good condition, might fetch anything from £250 to £825 GBP.
The Half-Guinea in good condition, might fetch anything from £150 to £600 GBP.
If either of these are not the coin you refer to, you may have a privately minted coin or token.
Please check your coin and provide more detail. There were only two British coins produced by the Royal Mint in 1790 being the gold Guinea and Half-Guinea coins and neither of them had anything remotely resembling that legend on either of them.
Jean Georges Lefranc de Pompignan died in 1790.
There were no British Farthings minted from 1776 to 1798 inclusive.
Nikolai Mikhailovich Karamzin has written: 'Letters of a Russian traveler 1789-1790'
abour 5 cents
1790 - 1706 = 84
1790/7 = 255.714285
$1790 is £1475.10
1790 + 1959 = 3749
Yes and it is: 1790/5 = 358
Scott Number 300, green 1 cent, has the dates 1706 to 1790 (Franklin's birth and death) on them. It was issued in 1902. Mint condition can be purchased for $15 from a dealer. Used is of little or no value. But there is an imperforate (no little holes) that has a value of around $50 new or used.
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There were 6 slave states by 1790.
The population of Georgia in 1790 was 82,548 people.
The National Capital In 1790 was Philadelphia.
Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question. Anthony dollars were minted in 1979-81 and 1999. None contain any silver, and circulation versions have no extra value. There are no US silver dollars of any type dated 1790.
The 1790 census recorded 434,373 residents.
Henry James Pye 1790-1813
There were no Republicans in 1790.
Virginia was the state that had the highest population in 1790.
The 1790 Biathlon Trainer is rated at 450 FPS
how many people lived in maryland in 1790
1, 2, 5, 10, 179, 358, 895, 1790