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1708 Queen Anne Plumes Halfcrown : NGC AU 58

1708 Queen Anne Plumes Halfcrown AU 58 Obverse

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£1,950.00
A very collectable silver Halfcrown of Queen Anne dated 1708, a year after the Act of Union united the states and legislatures of Scotland and England. The obverse features the first draped bust of Anne, facing right. This is the work of the Royal Mint’s Chief Engraver, John Croker. The reverse shows crowned cruciform shields of arms around a centre garter star. This example has plumes in the angles, one of three types seen in this issue. The edge displays the regnal year in Latin: ‘SEPTIMO’ (seventh). Queen Anne had been on the throne since 1702 and would rule for another six years after this Halfcrown was minted, until her death in 1714.
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Obverse

First draped bust of Queen Anne facing left. Legend around reads 'ANNE · DEI · GRATIA ·'. By engraver John Croker.

Reverse

Crowned cruciform shields of arms with plumes in the angles around garter star at the centre. Legend around reads 'MAG BRI · FR ET · HIB REG · 1708 ·'.

Edge

Regnal year in Latin with inscription 'DECVS ET TVTAMEN ANNO REGNI SEPTIMO'.

Grade

This coin has been graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation as AU 58 (NGC Cert # 6029549-002).

A grade of AU 58 reflects an About Uncirculated coin with slight wear to the highest points of the design but full details.

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