Five Guineas 1706 QVINTO edge, Shield of Post-Union type S.3566 EF and lustrous with a small planchet fault below the first A of ANNA and in the corresponding position on the reverse below the E of REG, nevertheless a splendid example with a hint of red toning in the reverse legend. Queen Anne Gold coinage seldom encountered in high grades, and would make a spectacular centrepiece to any collection, similar grade pieces were reported to be on offer with a £70,000 plus ticket price at recent London Coin Fairs
Half Guinea 1711 S.3575 VF the obverse with some hairlines and a couple of small striking flaws, our archive database shows only 13 sales of Queen Anne Half Guineas since 2003, many of these in low grade, this certainly the best grade example of this date we have offered
Two Guineas 1711 S.3569 GVF with a heavy wide scratch on the crown over the Irish shield, and also a depression on the crown to the French shield suggesting possibly once in jewellery, Queen Anne Two Guineas are hard to find in any grade
Guinea 1707 First Draped Bust S3570 approaching VF and found recently in a chimney in an old house in Norfolk, probably a scarcer date than catalogues suggest, we have listed over 30 Queen Anne Guineas in recent years this being the only 1707
Guinea 1781 Pattern or Trial in copper with double reverse, after the original currency design by J.Tanner, Plain edge, reverse inverted, struck on a thick flan weighing 6.95 grammes, similar to Wilson and Rasmussen 96 but struck in copper, we note these two patterns also exhibit the recut last 1 in the date as the gold piece, UNC and excessively rare
Guinea 1781 Pattern or Trial in copper with double reverse, after the original currency design by J.Tanner, Plain edge, reverse inverted, struck on a thin flan weighing 4.01 grammes, similar to Wilson and Rasmussen 96 but struck in copper, we note these two patterns also exhibit the recut last 1 in the date as the gold piece, UNC and excessively rare
Two Guineas 1711 S.3569 GVF with a heavy wide scratch on the crown over the Irish shield, and also a depression on the crown to the French shield suggestion possibly once in jewellery, all Queen Anne Two Guineas hard to find
Two Guineas 1711 S.3569 VF or near so with traces of a mount having been skilfully removed from the rim , all Queen Anne Two Guineas hard to find, this being only the fourth we have offered since 2003 and only the second dated 1711, the previous piece described as Good Fine realised £2200 hammer price in our Auction A130 (September 2010 sale, Lot 1978)
HalfpennyAnneundatedpattern in copper Dies 2+B* Peck 726 the reverse showing the relevant rust-spots, also with a significant multiple striking to the left of the stalk and rose leaves, comes with old collector's ticket, About UNC Rare and unusual, and compares favourably to the example in the Nicholson collection
Guinea 1714 Queen Anne S3574 pleasing bold VF with good eye appeal reverse better with sharp and prooflike fields, some uneven wear towards the rim below the bust and correspondingly on the reverse being a slight distraction
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