There is only one obverse and one reverse design
issued for the two guineas of William & Mary.

The reverse of the William & Mary two guineas like the
other gold coins of this series was a totally a new design
unlike any before or after until George II. Instead of the
more traditional four shield design separated by four
sceptres it has all the shields in one ornamental shield
or garter with a single crown above.

The William & Mary two guineas was only minted for
three  years 1691, 1693 & 1694 and every year can be
found with the elephant and castle mark.
The Elephant and castle below bust donates that the
gold used came from the Africa Company.

No guineas were minted at local provincial mints.
WILLIAM & MARY TWO GUINEAS
1691, 1693 & 1694
William & Mary Two Guineas 1691, 1693 & 1694
(Obverse 1, Reverse 1)
Elephant & Castle
1691,1693 & 1694 Gold, 16.8 grams, 32mm Diameter.
GEORGE IV
GEORGE III
GEORGE II
GEORGE I
ANNE
WILLIAM III
WILLIAM & MARY
VICTORIA
EDWARD VII
ERROR COINS
GEORGE V
GEORGE VI
WILLIAM IV
EDWARD VIII
GRADING COINS
PRICE GUIDE
CROMWELL
JAMES II
CHARLES II
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