SKU: 7375

£895.00

Roses and plumes in angles. Much underlying mint brilliance, the legends with a mirrored iridescence.

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Anne (1702-1714), silver Sixpence, 1705, pre-union with Scotland (1702-1707), roses and plumes in angles, late shields, 5 strings to harp. Obv. Draped bust facing left. Rev. Crowned cruciform shields, roses and plumes in angles, date split by English crown. 3.01g, die axis 6h (S.3594; Bull 1450). Obverse a little weakly struck as is common for this year type, some very minor faint flecking on obverse, else with a steely grey tone and much underlying mint brilliance, the legends with a mirrored iridescence, an impressive example. Good extremely fine and rare in this grade.

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5 strings to harp, late shields, Roses and plumes in angles

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S.3594; Bull 1450

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Rare in this grade

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