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FM20292

Anne 1713 Crown, third bust, roses and plumes reverse

Regular price £1,950
Regular price Sale price £1,950

Anne (1702-14), silver Crown, 1713, third draped bust left, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, ANNA. DEI. GRATIA., rev. crowned emblematic Post-Union cruciform shields, eight strings to Irish harp, garter star at centre, roses and plumes in alternate angles, date either side of top crown, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, .MAG. BRI.FR. ET.HIB. REG., edge inscribed in raised letters and dated, +DECVS. ET. TVTAMEN ANNO. REGNI. DVODECIMO., 30.00g (Bull 1349; ESC 109; S.3603). Toned with some light marks, good very fine to almost extremely fine and the final year and type of the reign for this denomination.

The Latin legends translate as "Anne, by the grace of God," on obverse and on the reverse as "Queen of Great Britain, France and Ireland," additionally on the edge as "an ornament and a safeguard, in the twelfth year of the reign."

We note the silver output for the calendar year of 1713 was a mere £7,232 which pales into insignificance when compared to the over half a million coined in gold that year. This small output and would have been spread across Crowns, Halfcrowns and Small silver only.

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