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GM27882

Anne 1714 Guinea, third bust

Anne (1702-14), gold Guinea, 1714, Post-Union, third draped bust left, legend surrounding, ANNA.DEI. GRATIA., toothed border around rim both sides,rev. Post-Union crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles, garter star at centre, date either side of top crown, .MAG BRI. FR ET. HIB REG., weight 8.21g (Schneider -; Bull EGC 479; Farey 0570; MCE 226; S.3574).Toned with many surface marks and wear to high points, about fine.

This gold Guinea dates to the period when Sir Isaac Newton was the Master of the Mint, and John Croker was the Chief Engraver of the coinage. Queen Anne died on the 1st August 1714 though the output of gold during this year was the largest of the reign with a calendar year output for the whole of 1714 of £1,313,907.

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