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1711 Anne Shilling Post-Union

1711 Queen Anne Silver Shilling Obverse

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A collectable silver Shilling of Queen Anne dated 1711 from the post Union period with Scotland. The obverse features the fourth draped bust of the queen facing left, with the reverse showing crowned shields of arms representing Great Britain, France and Ireland, the angles between the shields are plain. The combined Scottish and English arms to the reverse were introduced when the Treaty of Union came into effect in May 1707, uniting the legislatures of the two nations. Though the states had been ruled by the same monarch since 1603, they had retained separate parliaments which were united in the Parliament of Great Britain. The coins of Queen Anne have many variations and make an interesting period to collect, this economical coin could start or add to your collection for this popular monarch.
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Fourth bust, facing right, no mark below for London mint. Legend: 'ANNA · DEI · GRATIA'.


Crowned cruciform shields of royal arms, plain angles. Legend: '1711 · MAG BRI · FR ET · HIB REG · 1711'.


GF - A darker grey tone with lighter highlights, no real issues for Fine or better. 


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