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FM20311

Anne 1711 Sixpence, large lis in French Arms

Anne (1702-14), silver Post-Union Sixpence, 1711, draped bust left, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, ANNA. DEI. GRATIA., rev. crowned cruciform Post-Union wide shields, five strings to Irish harp, larger lis in French arms, garter star at centre, date either side of top crown, J type 1s, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, .MAG BRI. FR ET. HIB REG., weight 3.03g (Bull 1461; ESC 1546A; S.3619). Dark attractive tone, some flecking both sides otherwise practically extremely fine.

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

We note the calendar year output of silver in 1711 amounted to £76,781 which was used to strike Shillings and Sixpences only.

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