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Anne 1708 Threepence, Post-Union issue

Anne (1702-14), silver Threepence, 1708, third draped bust left, legend and toothed border surrounding both sides, ANNA. DEI. GRATIA., rev. crowned 3 reverse, date either side of top crown, Post-Union reverse legend, MAG. BRI. FR. ET. HIB. REG., weight 1.30g (Bull 1500; ESC 2011; S.3596B). With flecks and streaks both side in colourful toning, raised die flaw on forehead, otherwise good very fine.

The Latin legends translate as "Anne by the grace of God" on obverse, and on the reverse "Queen of Great Britian, France and Ireland."

We note the silver output for the calendar year of 1708 was £11,628 which would have consisted of Crowns, Halfcrowns, Shillings and Sixpences and small silver.

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