A team of artists has designed a bronze statue of King George III in a gold, copper and silver alloy.
The sculpture is part of a project called “The Kings Treasure.”
The bronze statue is an original piece from the King’s Treasury, a collection of gold and silver coins and silver barrettes from England.
“The King’s Treasure is an international initiative to help preserve and celebrate British history and culture,” the artists write in a press release.
The statues were created by a group of artisans from England who were commissioned by the British Museum to create an original bronze sculpture of King Edward VIII and Queen Mary in silver, gold and copper alloy.
Each piece of the sculpture will be engraved with a personal name and address.
The sculptures will be sold in London, with proceeds going to the British Library.