1711 Queen Anne shilling featuring the post-union coinage reverse.
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Anne was the second child of King James II and succeeded to the throne when William III died in 1702.
The Act of Union in 1707 (the unification of England and Scotland) meant a change in the Royal Arms, which is reflected on the coinage. The post-union coins show feature the English and Scottish lions together in the top and bottom pales. The coinage before the union had these appear on separate shields.
Bust of Anne facing left, the absence of any mintmark below the bust denotes that this coin was struck at the Royal mint. The obverse inscription reads: ANNA DEI GRATIA
Post Union reverse, featuring crowned cruciform shields as previously, but on opposing pair of shields is now halved vertically, with the three English leopards and the single Scottish rampant lion. The other shields bear a harp and three fleurs-de-lys. The reverse legend reads: MAG BRI FR ET HIB REG 1711
The edge is milled.
Spink reference 3618.
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