ANNE FIVE GUINEAS
1703-1714
Anne Five Guineas 1703-1706
(Obverse 1, Reverse 1)
The five guineas coin was issued from 1703-1714 but not in
every year. It was the largest and most valuable gold coin
issued during the reign of Anne.

The Anne five guinea coin has two different obverse and four
different reverse designs.

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

The obverse and reverse was engraved by John Crocker.
Anne Five Guineas 1706
(Obverse 1, Reverse 2)
Anne Five Guineas 1709
(Obverse 1, Reverse 3)
Anne Five Guineas 1711, 1713 & 1714
(Obverse 2, Reverse 4)
Position of VIGO
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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1703-1714 Gold 41.8 grams, 38mm Diameter.
Courtesy of Carl Norton
Courtesy of Carl Norton
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