ANNE SHILLING
1702-1714
Anne Shilling 1702
(Obverse 1, Reverse 1)
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Roses and Plumes, &
Plumes
Position of VIGO & E Mark
There are five different obverse and two different reverses
issued for the shillings of Anne's reign.

Some however have  different issue marks in angles on the
reverses.
Roses & Plumes - silver from "Company for smelting down
lead with Pitcole and Seacole"
Plumes - silver from Wales.

Coins with VIGO below bust indicate that they were struck
using silver captured from Spanish ships at Vigo bay.

Coins with E or E* below bust indicate that they were made in
Edinburgh.

The obverse was by John Croker and the Edinburgh obverse
by a Scottish engraver.
Anne Shilling 1703-1707
(Obverse 2, Reverse 2)
Anne Shilling 1707-1711
(Obverse 3, Reverse 2)
Anne Shilling 1708 & 1709
(Obverse 4, Reverse 2)
Anne Shilling 1710-1714
(Reverse 5, Reverse 2)
1705 saw the Treaty of Union between Scotland
and England. So instead of having separate shields
the shields of Scotland and england were merged.
The Treaty Of Union
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Before the Union
After the Union
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1702-1714 Silver, 6 grams, 26mm Diameter.
From a private collection
From a private collection
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