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Peck 727 Pattern silver Halfpenny (1712-14). Queen Anne. Undated. Rev: early, sharply engraved Britannia motif, resembling Queen Anne in facial features and body style, crown suspended in the air above her. Peck-727. 29 mm. TextImage
Peck 728 Pattern copper Halfpenny (1712-14. Queen Anne. Britannia reverse, large crown above the symbolic majesty. TextImage
Peck 730 Pattern Halfpenny, Copper, Undated. Reverse of a rose with eight leaves and a thistle with two leaves, on a single stem, signifying the Act of Union of England and Scotland in 1707. Peck 730. TextImage
Peck 746 Pattern Farthing in silver, 1713. Queen Anne. Britannia seated on globe, with shield beneath her left arm. Flan 23mm. Date at the end of the legend.TextImage
Peck 747 Pattern Farthing in silver, 1713. Queen Anne, string of pearls binding up the queen's hair. Peck-747. Britannia seated on globe, with shield beneath her left arm, within a niche or portico.Text Image
Peck 758Pattern Farthing in silver, 1714. Queen Anne. Britannia seated on globe, her left arm raised to hold the spear or trident at its upper end.TextImage
Seaby 3562Proof gold Guinea, 1702. Queen Anne. Pre-Union First Bust. Seaby 3562.TextImage
Seaby 3569 Queen Anne. AV 2 Guineas, 1711. Seaby 3569; Fr-319. Draped bust left. / Crowned cruciform shields sceptres in angles.TextImage
Seaby 3574 Anne, AV Guinea. 1702-1714. AV Guinea, 26 mm, 8.3 g. Post-Union issue. Tower (London) mint. Dated 1714. ANNA DEI GRATIA, draped bust left, with hair tied in fillet / MAG BRI FR ET HIB REG 1714, crowned cruciform coats-of-arms around rayed Garter star; sceptres in quarters. Schneider 537; MCE 225; Seaby 3574; Fr 320; KM 534. TextImage
Seaby 3576Anne AR Crown. VIGO issue. Dated TERTIO and 1703. Draped First bust left, in fillet; VIGO below / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around Garter Star; plain quarters. ESC 99.TextImage
Seaby 3581Anne, AR Halfcrown, 1704. Plumes in angles. Seaby 3581; ESC-570. TextImage
Seaby 3583Anne Shilling, 1702. First bust. Plain in angles. Seaby 3583; ESC-1128. TextImage
Seaby 3586Anne. AR Vigo Shilling, 1703. London. 5.91 g. ANNA DEI GRATIA, draped second bust left, VIGO beneath bust. / MAG BRIT FRA ET HIB HEG 1703, four crowned shields. Seaby 3586; ESC-1131.TextImage
Seaby 3588Queen Anne. AR Shilling, 1705, Second bust. Plumes in reverse field stand for West County silver. Seaby 3588. TextImage
Seaby 3589Queen Anne. AR Shilling, 1705, ANNA DEI GRATIA, draped second bust left. Roses and Plumes. Seaby 3589. Hallmark insignia denotes silver supplied by the Company for Smelting Down Lead.TextImage
Seaby 3590Anne AR Sixpence. VIGO issue. 22mm, 2.96 g. Dated 1703. Draped bust left, in fillet; VIGO below / Crowned cruciform shields. ESC 1582.TextImage
Seaby 3593 Anne. AR Sixpence, 1705. Late shields, plumes in reverse angles. Seaby 3593; ESC-1584; KM-516.4. TextImage
Seaby 3600Anne AR Crown. Edinburgh mint. Second bust left; E below / Cruciform crowned coats-of-arms around Garter Star. Edge: DECVS...SEXTO. ESC 103.TextImage
Seaby 3601 Anne. AR Crown, 1707. Edge, SEPTIMO. Angles plain. Seaby 3601; ESC-104; Dav-1341. TextImage
Seaby 3604 Anne. AR Halfcrown, 1708. Post-Union reverse, showing the re-arranged insignia on the shield, to denote the union of Scotland with the other kingdoms. Seaby 3604.TextImage
Seaby 3605Anne, 1702-1714, AR Half Crown 1707e. Edinburgh mint. 34mm, 14.96 g. ANNA DEI GRATIA, draped bust left, with hair tied in fillet. E below. RY Sexto on edge. / MAG BRI FR ET HIB REG 1707, Crowned cruciform coats-of-arms around rayed Garter star. Seaby 3605; KM 525.2; ESC 575.TextImage
Seaby 3610 Anne AR Shilling, 1708. Angles plain. Seaby 3610; ESC-1141. TextImage
Seaby 3617Anne AR Shilling. Dated 1714. ANNA DEI GRATIA, Draped Fourth bust left, in fillet / MAG BRI FR ET HIB REG 1714, Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around Garter Star; roses and plumes in quarters. Seaby 3617; ESC 1161.TextImage
Seaby 3619 Anne. AR Sixpence, 1707. After Union with Scotland. Angles plain. Seaby 3619; ESC-1587; KM-522.1.TextImage
Seaby 3625Anne AE Farthing, 1714. S-3625. P-741. Small flan. Normal Britannia reverse. TextImage
Eimer 423Anne. 1702-1714. AR Medal, 70 mm. The Union with Scotland, 1713, by John Croker. ANNA DEI GRATIA MAG BRITAN FRA ET HIB REGINA, crowned and cuirassed bust left. NOVÆ PALLADIVM TROIÆ, Anne as Pallas Athena, standing front on low base, looking left, holding spear and resting hand on shield decorated with a gorgoneion. MI 298/115; Eimer 423.TextImage
Eimer 437Anne, 1702-1714, AE 40mm medallion. Capture of Tournai. By J. Croker. Dated 1709 (in Roman numerals). ANNA D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REGINA, draped bust left wearing pearl diadem, I C below. / TORNACO EXPVGNATO, Britannia as Pallas Athena seated facing slightly right, leaning on shield decorated with gorgoneion, and holding spear with mural crown, arms and banners to left; city-view in background. MDCCIX in exergue. MI 354/190; Eimer 437.TextImage
Eimer 460Anne. 1702-1714. AR Medal, 34.5mm, 15.60 g. Peace of Utrecht. By J. Croker. Dated 1713 (in Roman numerals). ANNA D G MAG BRI FR ET HIB REG, laureate and draped bust left. / COMPOSITIS VENERANTVR ARMIS, Britannia standing left, holding olive branch and spear; ships under sail right and a pastoral scene in the background. MDCCXIII in exergue. MI 400/257; Eimer 460.TextImage
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